Archive and Library
The Nancy Culver Jones Library at FUMC is located on the second floor of the main building and has long been a book and audio/video resource for our church. This outstanding educational facility is staffed by volunteers and is available to church members on Sunday mornings from 9:15 a.m. until 12:15 p.m. New books are continually being added to provide a wealth of information available for checkout for a two-week period. In addition to our library collection, we currently have large screen TV/VCR units, slide projectors, overhead projectors, filmstrip projectors, 16 mm projectors, projection screens as well as CD and DVD players. This equipment is used often for Sunday school classes on Sunday morning, and is used during the week by the children’s ministry as well as for other special events that occur regularly in the church.
Our library staff invites you to stop by the library located in Room 220 and visit our facility. There are areas available for children and for adult reading and study. You will enjoy the experience and we will look forward to your input for our future growth and acquisitions. If you would like to become a part of this exciting facility, contact any of the volunteers present on Sunday morning.
Please call 817/339-5083 for equipment reservations or general information.
The FUMC Archive was officially established in early 2006 by a dedicated group of church members who wanted to ensure the church’s rich history was preserved. The Archive is located in Room 223 of the main church building. Volunteers have worked tirelessly to create a documenting procedure for the items that are already in the church’s possession and for collections that will come to us in the future. If you are interested in seeing the archive or donating FUMC memorabilia to us please call 817/339-2401.
The United Methodist Church General Commission on Archives and & History has a website that highlights the history of the church - click here. The site offers information and resources for a variety of users.