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The Hennage Library
Our parish is blessed with The Hennage Library, a small (1,400) but carefully chosen collection of faith-based materials available to educate, enlighten and entertain members of our congregation.  The Library is located in the lower level of the Parish House and is open from 9am to 5pm on Friday and daily whenever meetings are not scheduled there.  Check the Calendar for availability or call the Parish House (757-229-2891).   
Because there is no librarian, we have provided catalog reports to enable members to find the volumes they are seeking.  A listing of books by Title, by Author, or by Subject are available. There is a listing of what subjects are available in the catalog. The documents can be downloaded.  They are in PDF format, and using a PDF viewer with "search" capabilties work best (i.e. Adobe Reader, etc.).
Books are located on the shelves using their call number, based on the Dewey Classification System.  
There are some collections that need to be accessed with the assistance of one of the members of the Library Committee. These include a collection of DVDs.  The library also has on CDs the entire Bible read by notable personalities. A listing of the audio visual, CDs and DVDs available can be found here.
There is also a Special Collection of rare books that, while they may not be checked out, may be read in the comfort and quiet of the Library (by Title, by Author, or by Subject).  To access any of these resources, please send us an email to coordinate.
How to use the Library
  • Reference Books are to be used only in the Library.
  • All books are to be signed out in the register. 
  • When books are returned, the register should again be used to sign the items back in, and the books placed in the return bin inside the library.
  • Books may be borrowed for a period of 30 days.
  • We thank you for helping us to take care of this wonderful resource so that all may enjoy it.


If you would like to remember or honor a family member or friend, consider the Adopt-A-Book program to donate a book to Bruton Parish’s Hennage Library.  Some Bruton committees recognize the contributions of retiring committee chairs in this way.  You may suggest a suitable book. As with any book donated to the library, it will be reviewed by the committee for consideration. 
If preferred, you can describe the individual you wish to honor and the Library Committee will seek a suitable book and review the choice with you.  The Library Committee will purchase the book at the best available price and let you know the cost.  A check can be written to Bruton Parish Episcopal Church and given to the comptroller with a notation of its purpose. The committee will add a nameplate indicating the person being honored and the donating person or group, if desired.  The book  is then catalogued and placed on the new acquisitions shelves in the library for parishioners’ enjoyment and education. 
Guild of Bruton Authors
The Library Committee has set a deadline of November 1 each year to nominate a member to the James C. Livingston Guild of Bruton Authors (click HERE to access the online form).
    Members of the guild are parishioners who have published one or more books. The guild was begun in 2012, and has more than 41 members.  Members added each year will be announced at the end of the year. 
    Nominations may be sent to Debbie Rinner at authorsguild@ new online casinos with no deposit bonuses, or placed in the library committee box in the Parish House, or made using the online form above.
The Link Library
Click here to access the Link Library, a gateway to internet resources that supplement the book collection.