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Upcoming Events
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THU
General Church Office Hours
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday-Thursday
Beth Moore Study
10:30 AM
10:30 at LV
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FRI
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SUN
Worship Service
9am - Berlin Center UMC
11am - LeValley UMC
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MON
General Church Office Hours
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday-Thursday
Boy Scouts Meet
7:00 PM
at LVUMC
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TUE
General Church Office Hours
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday-Thursday
Cub Scouts Meet
7:00 PM
at LeValley UMC
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WED
Coffee w/ Pastor
8:00 AM
Have coffee or ? at Sozo's
General Church Office Hours
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday-Thursday
Ionia Food Pantry (Zion UMC)
2:00 PM to 4:30 PM
(Washington Street) Volunteers are always welcome!
Foster Parent Training
5:00 PM to 10:00 PM
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THU
General Church Office Hours
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday-Thursday
Beth Moore Study
10:30 AM
10:30 at LV
Foster Parent Training
5:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Bible Search
LeValley Library
Librarian: Karen Wambaugh
Welcome to the LeValley United Methodist Church Library!
 
The LeValley United Methodist Church has a very resourceful Christian library. The "Book & DVD" cart is located in the commons area before entering into the sanctuary.  You are most encouraged to come and check-out the variety of books and other media materials that are here for your enjoyment and reading adventures!
 
The most valuable, favorite and best book of all time to read is the 'Good book' ~ The HOLY BIBLE.
 
LIBRARY NEWS   
Library News April 2019
 
How wonderful to live in a place that has different seasons. April always sounds like a spring month—but there are cool to cold days and enough showers to provide opportunities to do some reading.
 
We have two fiction offerings this month. The first is the The Angels of Morgan Hill by Donna Van Liere. This story takes place in a small Tennessee town in 1947. It is told by nine year old Jane Gable. It begins with the funeral of her Daddy and the moving of the first African American family to Morgan Hill. The story unfolds over the next year of changes and challenges that come to Jane and her family as well as the town. It is well written, heartwarming and a compelling tale.
 
Our second fiction choice is Other People’s Children by Ellen Fannon. It is a story about Robin and James who become foster parents in Florida. They adopt two children and foster 40 in ten years. The author knows of what she speaks because she and her pastor husband have done this. It is a good day by day look at what fostering really looks like...the frustrations, challenges and joys of this ministry.
 
Our third option this month is the non-fiction book Been There, Done That by Al Roker and his wife Deborah Roberts. It talks of the challenges and joys of marriage and raising a family in today’s world. It is written with humor, wisdom and faith.
 

Karen Wambaugh, Librarian