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Church Resource Center (CRC) Annual Report January 2004

Prepared by Dn. Danial Doss



  • A listing of Lenten books/CD’s available in the CRC was printed and distributed.


  • Two second-hand wall units with display and book storage areas were placed in the CRC for the lending library.


  • Four bookcases were purchased for the CRC center and placed on the west wall. (Thanks to our Property Team musclemen who helped move furnishings!)
  • The corner for the icon display cases was cleared.
  • There was discussion about enclosing the CRC with walls. However, it was decided to keep the CRC open because walls would deter people from browsing. Also closing it off would cut into Fellowship Hall space that could be used for social events.
  • A set of Saint videos was donated. They are excellent productions recommended for ages 12 and up and are now located in the church office.


    Contents of new book shelves arranged.
  • A suggested Christmas Gift list with selections from the CRC was printed and placed into Sunday bulletins.
  • Lydia Christensen accepted librarianship of the Lending Library with Anthea Lukashonak as assistant.

    Plans for 2004:

  • Lending Library in Progress! New books from SVS and Holy Cross Seminary amounting to more that $1500 had been purchased for the lending library. The books are in cartons ready for the Lydia and Anthea to inventory. Many used books have also been donated. These will be organized also.
  • New books will continually be added to the bookstore.
  • Flyers and book review articles will be circulated.
  • The building up of the Church Library for parishioners will continue. It will consist of books, videos, cassettes