Founded in 1978 with a bequest by philanthropist Florence S. M. Crofut, the John P. Webster Library provides a diverse collection of religious and secular resources and services to engage religious and spiritual growth, inspiration, learning and fellowship for all ages. The library is open to the public – we look forward to welcoming you!
The library offers a variety of services and programs to the community:
- Diverse collection of over 8,000 religious and secular resources
- Pre K through Middle School collection
- Book Group Kits available for loan
- Research assistance
- Awakening the Spirit book discussion (each Monday).
- Food for Thought book discussion (first Thursday of the month).
- Special programs
- First Church of Christ Archives
- Art Gallery
- Member of the statewide library system, iConn
- WiFi access