Our online catalog is now available for users!
Trinity’s libraries consist of an adult collection, the McKenzie Library, and a children’s collection, the Carolyn Hart Children’s Library.
McKenzie Library is Trinity’s adult resource library, which features materials for personal, intellectual, and spiritual growth. The library’s volumes include books on Methodism, Christianity, world religions, theology, devotions, parenting, and social issues, among others. The library is named for Guy and Sarah McKenzie, who were generous supporters of Trinity and its library.
A large reference collection contains Bible commentaries, concordances, dictionaries, encyclopedias, atlases, and contemporary and historical United Methodist materials.
Carolyn Hart Children’s Library
The Carolyn Hart Memorial Children’s Library includes colorful picture books, Bibles, and some reference material appropriate for preschoolers and children in elementary school. Topics include Bible stories, contemporary stories emphasizing Christian beliefs and values, books on Christian holidays, and biographical or historical accounts. This library collection is named for Carolyn Hart, a long-time elementary Sunday School superintendent who left a bequest to create a children’s library at Trinity.
The catalog for the Trinity adult and children’s libraries is now available online. You can search by author, title, subject, or keyword to see what books are available. Please search here.
Check-out is self-service. Cards on the back of books should be signed, dated, and left in the check-out box. Books may be checked out for three weeks and should be returned to the library when it is open or to the church office when the library is closed.
Sundays: 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a. m.
Wednesdays: 4:00 p. m. – 6:30 p.m.
Church office staff can open the library at other times upon request.
Both the adult and children’s libraries are located on the first floor near the Welcome Center,
For information about the library or to request new materials, email Gloria Colvin.
1. Gifts will be accepted and considered by the Library Committee for addition to the library.
2. The Library Committee will make the final decision about adding an item to the library’s collection.
3. Items added to the collection must complement the library’s mission and must be physically useful for circulation.
4. Any items not added to the collection will be donated to the LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library.
5. A copy of this gift policy will be provided to anyone wanting to donate items to the library.