Come visit the library!

We have books for all ages!

Come grab a good book, a comfy seat, and spend an hour or two with us refueling your soul and mind!

Come Visit the Library

Our library is open Monday – Thursdays 8a-5p
We have a great selection of books and media for all ages.
All are welcome, whatever your connection to the church.

The library is located in the Main Building, room 113 along the north hallway.

About the Library
Self-Serve Check out

Instructions are on the red cabinet by the front desk. If you are a first time visitor to the library please fill out a yellow registration card as well as your individual book slips.

Donations

Donations are welcome any time, and may be added to our collection, put into our annual book sale, or given to another ministry in the Denver area. Please do not bring in old cassettes or videotapes, or old shabby books. Thanks.

Finding What You Want

A library can be intimidating with all those shelves, but our shelves are labeled for easy browsing.  Here is a quick guide to the general categories.

150s      Psychology, Interpersonal Relations

220’s    BIBLE – Reference books, Bible biography, commentaries, etc.

230’s    THEOLOGY – Character of God, Jesus Christ, salvation, defending the faith

240’s    CHRISTIAN LIFE – Prayer, witnessing, suffering, marriage and family

260’s    CHRISTIANITY AND SOCIETY – Social issues, missions, etc.

270’s    CHURCH HISTORY

280’s    CHRISTIAN DENOMINATIONS

290’s    OTHER RELIGIONS

300s     Financial issue

600s     Medical, Mental illnesses

800s     LITERATURE, POETRY

900s     HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY

Sharing encouraging resources

Book of the Month


Fault Lines: The Social Justice Movement and Evangelicalism’s Looming Catastrophe
by Voddie Baucham

There is more to the social justice movement than we may realize. In this powerful book, Voddie Baucham, a preacher, professor and cultural apologist explains the worldview behind the social justice movement and Critical Race Theory – revealing how it has led to internal denominational conflict, canceled careers and lost livlihoods.

New & Recommended

More special topic book lists at the library desk 

Race and Justice – Two issues that don’t seem to go away

Our Newest  – The first two on this list are CCPC authors!

Best Fiction Fiction is often a matter of preference, but these are worth looking at

Give Them Heros – Biographies to share with your children

Loving GodLearning to love God more is a lifetime adventure

The Bible

The Bible is at the core of our faith and practice.
Here are three things to help you grow. 

Bible For Lifegetting acquainted with the Bible, learning to use it in your devotional life, and getting started memorizing it. 

Reading the Bible How to get going your first time through, with or without a plan. 

Personal Bible StudyBible study guides and other resources to help you learn more and go deeper.  

Marriage & Family

Marriage & Parenting

MarriageOur best books for getting ready for marriage and for living it for the long term. 

Spiritual Parenting Raising your children in the faith, whatever their ages 

Holy (and Healthy) SexualityHere are helps for tackling that most important task of parenting. 

Reading with your children

About

This is a wonderful way to share some quiet and loving time together.  Reading is active, interactive, and stimulating in ways totally lacking in even the best of screen-time.  It is also self-pacing, allowing time to ponder, imagine, and share. 

Families TogetherBooks everyone can enjoy

Father & Son Boy books for sharing. 

Mother & DaughterBooks especially for moms and their daughters

Teens

About

Teenagers are in a special category all their own. They are learning to think like adults but still can feel like children. We have a collection of books and media especially for high school students on the short wall next to Adult Fiction.

Sexual Purity – Helping teens steer through the cultural chaos.

Reading the Adult Collection – For older teens reaching for adulthood.

Ready for College?  Good for parents and teens to read together.

Small Groups

Click the categories below to see what we have!

DVD Sets – Our newest and best!

Books – Great discussion starters.

Current Issues – Living Well in Today’s World

Online Resources

We have lots to share beyond the walls of the library!

Thinking Biblically

Reformed Perspective An online magazine with pieces on a wide range of issues, plus movie and book reviews, a downloadable magazine, and a daily devotional. Look in the right column to sign up for email notices.

Reformation 21 – This is a webzine produced by the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals.

Monergism Directory – Here is a goldmine of articles and essays on all topics theological.

Historic Church Documents – Creeds, catechisms and much more.

Theopedia – A wiki-style source of definitions and thorough articles for theology questions, history, and terminology.

Book Reviews

Tim Challies – This has become a favorite place for me to check reviews. He also keeps a regularly updated list of e-book deals.

Redeemed Reader – Especially for parents, with reviews, reading guides, and much more.

The Gospel Coalition – You can see the newest reviews, select your favorite reviewer or type of book.

Podcasts

Renewing Your Mind with R.C. Sproul – A good place to go for excellent teaching from the Bible. R. C. Sproul is known for making difficult things clear.

White Horse Inn – Lively and accessible discussions on a variety of topics relating to Christianity and the Bible.

5 Minutes in Church History – A weekly sampling of people and events.

Needs Help? Have Questions?

Email the Library Team