Tea and Book Conversation
2 p.m. ~ Library
Coffee and Book Conversation
7 p.m. ~ Library
Discussion groups are open to all and usually meet on the first Thursday of each month.
Click HERE for a calender of meeting dates and books to be discussed.
If you or your child must read from the AR BookFinder reading list, all AR reading list books are marked on the library shelves.
Teens, do you need Community Service hours? You can get as many hours as you need in the church library. For more information call 642-2200 extension 228 or email us at email@example.com.
The library is in need of persons who can label books, check in or out books, or perform other light tasks. It can be one-time or on-going. We will appreciate one half-hour to whatever your schedule allows. For more information call 642-2200 extension 228 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Honorariums, Memorials, and Donations
Donations, Honorariums and Memorials are accepted at any time in the Library. Contact the Library for more information.
Books on Wheels - Deliver and pick-up library items for people unable to do it themselves. Sign-up to deliver and pick-up, or if you want materials delivered and picked up.
Why the Name, Chris Smith Memorial Library?
Christopher Morgan Smith, the son of Morgan and Bits Smith, and the brother of Robin Smith Vail, was born in 1944 and died in 1958 of a respiratory illness. Morgan and Bits are founding members of Deermeadows Baptist Church. When the sanctuary was being built in 1991, Vic and Dot Royals, Morgan’s business partner and his wife, made a designated gift for the establishment of a library at Deermeadows. The reason for this gift was Chris had a great love of reading and so the memorial was used to recognize Chris’s love of reading and the Christian influence of a Godly family. Upon receipt of the gift to establish the Library, the Deacons passed a resolution that the Library would be named in Chris’s memory.