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St. Andrew’s Library is located in St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church.

 

Hours
Tuesdays 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Sundays 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

 

The library’s collection includes materials for adults and children. You do not have to be a church member to use the library or check out materials.

 

St. Andrew’s Library Committee meets the third Tuesday of every month, from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm.

 

If you’d like to attend a committee meeting or if you have any questions about the library, please contact Krista Keosheyan, keyocean@yahoo.com

 

 

 

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We love books! Blessings to the St. Andrew's Youth on their service at Inside Books Project!
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Our youth are getting ready to serve in the local Austin community during our Spring Break Local Mission Week, and we're proud to make the first announcement of one of the sites where we'll be serving! Inside Books Project is an Austin-based community service volunteer organization that sends free books and educational materials to prisoners in Texas. Inside Books Project works to promote reading, literacy, and education among incarcerated individuals and to educate the general public on issues of incarceration. Stay tuned as we announce more of our service sites as we prepare to do God's work in the world!

We love books! Blessings to the St. Andrews Youth on their service at Inside Books Project!

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Krista KeosheyanWould you all like to take a donation of books/materials?

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This week in Sunday School, our oldest children will learn the story of Saint Columba, a medieval Irish abbot and the founder of Iona Abbey in Scotland. Interested in learning alongside the kids about the Celtic spiritualities that have been represented by Iona through the years? Check out "Christ of the Celts" by J. Philip Newell, the former warden of Iona Abbey! ...

This week in Sunday School, our oldest children will learn the story of Saint Columba, a medieval Irish abbot and the founder of Iona Abbey in Scotland. Interested in learning alongside the kids about the Celtic spiritualities that have been represented by Iona through the years? Check out Christ of the Celts by J. Philip Newell, the former warden of Iona Abbey!

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Krista KeosheyanHey, Ginny Hathaway - "Christ of the Celts" was one of the great books I learned about in your class a couple of summers ago - along with "Saving Paradise"! www.savingparadise.net/authors/

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