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Upcoming Events
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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!
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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
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FRI
Foster Parent Training
5:00 PM to 10:00 PM
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SAT
Foster Parent Training
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
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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
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 February 2019

 

This the shortest month of the year

so our highlighted books are all under

200 pages. Hopefully you will find one

you will like to spend some hours with.

 

Our first nonfiction selection is We Died

Before We Came Here by Emily Foreman.

It is the story of Stephen and Emily

Foreman who with their four young child-

moved to work in a NGO in a north African

country. The experiences and friendships

formed with the people there shows a

realistic and powerful testimony of how

God is working.

 

Our second nonfiction selection is I

Once Knew a Woman--A Patchwork of

Seven Unforgettable Americans by Barbara

Jenkins. By converstions and friendships

formed, Jenkings allows us to step inside

the lives of these “ordinary” women. To

let them tell us their stories and share the

hardships, strengths and joys of their

experiences.

 

Our last selection is fiction. Joshua in a

Troubled World which is part of the Joshua

series by Joseph F. Girzone. The author’s

premise is to have Joshua (Jesus) come and

live in our present day world bringing His

words and actions into our present situations.

What would it look like? How would we react?

Hope you will find a selection from above,

our bookcart or library to enjoy.

 

Karen Wambaugh, Librarian