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TagsChristian life (184), etc. (145), interpretation (142), Primary fiction (131), Christian fiction (98), Primary non-fiction (78), DVD (69), Spiritual life -- Christianity (50), Juvenile literature (50), Juvenile fiction (46) — see all tags

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About meTemple United Methodist Church is located in the southwest section of San Francisco at 65 Beverly Street.

It is a diverse Christ-centered community committed to ministries of hope, healing and justice.

About my libraryThe Lucille Stone Memorial Library is a collection of approximately 3,600 volumes. It is located on the lower level of the church's Education Building. The collection's strengths are Methodist church history, Wesleyan theology, feminist theology, multiculturalism, biblical studies, and family life. There is also a nice collection of Christian biography and Christian fiction. There are also fiction and non-fiction books for children of all ages.

The Temple UMC call number may be found in the Comments section of each record.

Reference books are shelved at the beginning of the nonfiction books for adults and the call numbers all begin with a "R".

The call numbers for biographical works all begin with a "B."

The call numbers for fiction all begin with a "F."

Books for middle school aged children through high school youth are shelved separately and the call numbers all begin with a "J".

Books for toddlers through primary school aged children are shelved separately and the call numbers all begin with a"P".

The Library also has a small collection of DVDs. The call numbers for the DVDs all begin with "VIDEO." "DVD" has been included in the tag field.

There is no official check out period. Borrowers are simply requested to return books in a timely manner.

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Homepagehttp://www.templeunitedmethodist.org

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Real nameTemple United Methodist Church

Location65 Beverly Street, San Francisco, CA

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Member sinceMay 7, 2009

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