Our SHUC Library holds more than 3,000 titles on spirituality, Christian history, interfaith topics and social justice – all of which are contemporary issues relevant for today. Launched more than 30 years ago, it is known as one of the best-stocked church libraries in Western Canada.
This wonderful resource feeds the learning appetite of spiritual seekers and congregants alike. Titles are catalogued and renewed at least annually in conjunction with our Fall Book Sale. Pat Hudson and our dedicated Friends of the Library volunteers maintain this program.
If you would like to browse the library, please contact the office at 604-261-6377 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SHUC is conveniently located at 33rd Avenue, a block west of Granville Street, served by the #10 Translink route; there is ample, free street parking too.
Read, watch, and surf suggestions…
The Naked Now: Learning to See as the Mystics See by Richard Rohr
Did God Kill Jesus by Tony Jones
Living the Questions by David Felten and Jeff Procter-Murphy
Inside Out (2015) – Disney-Pixar
War Room (2015) – Provident Films LLC, A Unit of Sony Music
Spotlight (2015) – Anonymous Content
He Named Me Malala (documentary 2015) – Fox Searchlight
The Martian (2015) – Century Fox
Ida (2013) – Oscar for Best Foreign Film in 2014
Man on a Wire (2008) – Documentary about Philippe Petit
42: The Story of An American Legend (2013) – Warner Bros
Amazing Grace (2007) – Four Boys Films