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
The library is currently being renovated and has moved down the hall to the Community room. Come and check us out!
The library is closed on Sundays during the summer, June 21st to August 30th.