Pilgrim Church Offers A Free Little Library

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Pilgrim Congregational Church, UCC has established a take a book, return a book, free book exchange.

“The Free Little Library is a way to encourage our neighbors to share with each other their favorite books” said Rev. Williamson. “We encourage people to mark their favorite passage or slip a note of encouragement inside of the pages of the books they donate.” The little library is a free service of the church. People need not feel obligated to donate a book, but are encouraged to return books when they are done reading them so that others may enjoy them as well.

The Free Little Library is on the church grounds at 400 Glenwood Drive. It is strategically placed on East Third Street side of the church building across the street from the Glenwood Youth and Family Center.

If you have any questions about the Free Little Library you can Contact Pilgrim Congregational Church at (423) 698-5682 or mail@pilgrim-church.com. If you email the church, please mark the subject line as “Free Little Library”.



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