Our library at Orland Park Christian Reformed Church is available and open on Sunday mornings and evenings for both children and adults to browse and check out books, DVDs, and other resources. There are hundreds of titles from which to choose, whether you enjoy historical fiction or a great biography or instructional book. We have many new and classic Christian fiction and non-fiction books to encourage, inspire, challenge, relax, teach, and entertain people of all ages! Check out materials that will build up your faith and encourage you to think and live more like Jesus in your daily life.

If you are looking for something specific, check with the library assistants who are available to help you out. The library is open Sunday mornings before and after both morning worship services, and before and after the 6:00 p.m. evening service.

Library News – March, 2022

Many of us are praying for Christians in the Ukraine during this time. One of the authors in our library, Amy Sorrels, in her book, "Then Sings My Soul" wrote about an earlier time in the Ukraine. There the boy Jakob flees genocide in 1904 to settle in western Michigan eventually. In 1994, as Jakob's daughter is assisting him to clean up his house, she comes across items from the past which help her answer some of the questions brought up by Jakob's increasing dementia. Sorrels wrote this book after visiting Ukraine with the group Mission to Ukraine. Others from our church or who we know have visited Ukraine through international adoption. This book tells a story of conditions there prior to the current crisis. But some things have not changed so very much. 

The season of Lent started this week. In the library we have several titles, both fiction and nonfiction to help you prepare your hearts for Jesus' death and resurrection. Stop in!