The library contains a permanent collection of books and other materials focused on Humanism, Unitarian Universalism, religion, personal and spiritual growth, social concerns and other issues important to the Society and its members. This collection is located along the north wall of the library and has been developed and is maintained by our members. The books can be checked out for as long as you need them.
The library also sells used books donated by members on all topics. You set the price. Magazines are free. First Unitarian members are great readers and have excellent taste! Come in and look around and find yourself some inexpensive reading for the coming week. If you have books or magazines you think others would enjoy reading, drop them off. The proceeds go to purchase new materials for the permanent collection and other worthy causes.
The permanent collection is cataloged and can be viewed from a laptop or tablet computer in the library or from your own device:
We offer members and visitors a comfortable, welcoming and quiet space to browse, relax and enjoy the materials offered as well as coffee, tea and refreshments – before, after or even during the assembly. A member of the Library Committee is always there to assist you.
The library is on Facebook.
Sunday mornings from 9 AM to noon.
Main floor, north end, overlooking the Walker museum.
The Dietrich Archive
Documents related to the history of the Society and the sermons of Revs. John Dietrich and Carl Storm are available on this site.