The PCPC Library/Bookstore is a useful resource for the whole church. We have over 26,000 books, audios, and videos on all subjects for all ages. We concentrate on Reformed literature in our religion section. We also have a variety of adult fiction, biographies, and other nonfiction books. Our children and youth sections include many books on school reading lists as well as recreational reading.
The PCPC Library is supported by donations of books and memorial funds as well as a budget from the church. The PCPC Library catalog is now available at library2.pcpc.org. Our hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 am-5:00 pm (to 6:00 pm on Wednesday) and Sunday, 9:00 am-1:00 pm. It is your library; check it out.
If you would like to view the PCPC Bookstore’s inventory, you can do so by going to pcpcbookstore.org.
If you would like to subscribe to the once-monthly email to learn of new additions to the Library and Bookstore, email us at [email protected].
Dear PCPC Bookstore Insider,
In this special edition of the monthly Bookstore email we want to introduce you, your friends, coworkers, and family members to a unique yet little known opportunity here at PCPC. The Pegasus Fellowship is an intensive program that invites one to grow theologically, devotionally, and practically for the good of our city. One aspect of the program involves reading and discussing great books. Blake Schwarz has highlighted some of them for us.
Blake, who has his Masters of Divinity from Reformed Theological Seminary, was Dean of The Cambridge School before coming to work at PCPC full time to develop The Pegasus Fellowship under our [email protected] umbrella. Learn more about The Pegasus Fellowship or apply for the next cohort (deadline is May 15) at www.pegasusfellowship.com.