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The UPC librarian, Sue Dryer (a former high school librarian) is always happy to pre-arrange a time for personal research and homework help.
Can’t find it? Book suggestions for acquisition are always appreciated!
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays: 9am–7:30pm
Sundays: 8am–1pm & 4:30–9pm
Sue, the librarian is available by appointment for one-on-one assistance in research of any kind, including homework.
Sue Dryer, Librarian
In addition to her part-time work at UPC, Sue works as librarian at Park Shore Retirement Community, acts as consultant for the library at First Presbyterian Church Bellevue, substitutes in K–12 libraries in Seattle Public Schools, and is the English Language editor of Pleroma, a Romanian theological journal. She has worked as an information professional for private companies including Microsoft and Expeditors, and has her own back-of-the-book indexing business. Sue enjoys helping people of all ages with their information needs.
The UPC periodical collection includes: Biblical Archaeology Review, Books and Culture, Christian Century, Christian Research Journal, Christianity Today, Crux, Debt-Proof Living, First Things, Horizons,Image, Interpretation, Leadership, Presbyterian Outlook, Presbyterians Today, Radix, Sojourners, Sports Spectrum, Theology Matters, and Touchstone.
The following periodicals are now only available online: Lumunos (formerly Faith @ Work), and Ethix: Business,Technology, Ethics, published by Seattle Pacific University.
Periodicals are part of the UPC Library collection, and must align with the Collection Development Policy. Please do not make a gift subscription to the library without prior approval of the librarian.
Recommended Reading Lists
Descriptions of commentaries available in the UPC Library
Suggested resources for Lent and Easter
Grief resources in the UPC library for adults, children and teens
Resources for college students and those who care about them
All materials, including sermon and class tapes, need to be checked out and returned by the due date in order to keep the resources in circulation. Checkout is for a period of three weeks. Replacement donations for lost materials are $25 per book; $7 per audiocassette; $15 per CD; $20 per DVD. New materials can be checked out only after overdue materials are renewed, returned, or a donation has been made for replacement. There are no fines, but a patron may be blocked from further checkout if items are not returned.
Donations are rarely accepted due to limited shelf space, and because the vast majority of books suggested for donation are already in the collection or would not circulate. If you have books you think may be an exception to this policy, please email a list of the titles, publishers, and publishing dates to Susan, and we will check if they are already in the collection, and if not, determine if they fit our selection policy. Books should be current (not published before 2009), in excellent shape (no underlining or highlighting), and in keeping with the selection policy which supports the beliefs of University Presbyterian Church. Monetary donations gladly accepted for purchases of newly published works in support of our sermon and class series. Please do not leave books for donation without prior approval by the librarian.