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CollectionsYour library (899), Apologetics & Issues (58), Bibles & Commentaries (16), Biography (146), Children's Library (117), Christian Living (85), Church life & history (45), Devotions (14), Family (54), Fiction (106), Healing (21), Large Print (8), Mission (7), Prayer (54), Teaching (96), All collections (898)

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About my libraryThis is the lending library of St Peters in the City, Presbyterian Church, Tauranga, New Zealand

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Homepagehttp://www.stpeters.org.nz/

Real nameSt Peters in the City

LocationTauranga, New Zealand

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Member sinceMar 3, 2012

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