Footsteps Library

Footsteps Library at Wellington Square

Due to COVID-19, Footsteps Library is currently closed. We look forward to opening it again when it is safe to do so.

Footsteps Library is a gathering place where you can find much information and enjoyment for your spiritual growth. Come and browse the display tables and shelves for items to borrow, or download our catalog before you visit. Whatever you are looking for – whether it is spiritual fiction or non-fiction, worship music, DVD sermons, and more – you can find it at Footsteps.


When can I borrow materials?

Library volunteers are happy to assist you on Sundays from after the 9AM service until the 11AM service starts. During church office hours, use the self-checkout method to borrow items.


How long can I borrow materials for?

Check out items for 3 weeks and return to the box outside of Chapel doors. If you need your item for more time it can be renewed for another 3 weeks, stop by and update the record with staff.

Download our Library Catalog

Browse before you borrow! Download our Footsteps Library catalog and find what you’re looking for before coming to the library. With hundreds of different materials, you may want to know what you’re looking for in advance.

Download Footsteps Library Catalog (PDF)

Volunteer at Footsteps Library

We are lookging for volunteers to help Footsteps run smoothly. If you would like to join our team to volunteer Sundays between the services from 10-11am please contact Jane DeBoer by clicking the button below.

Email Jane DeBoer

Footsteps Book Club

Our favourite borrowable materials every week


If you liked THE SHACK, you will love this book. “ Here’s a wonderful feast for the mind and soul! Pull up a chair and eavesdrop on this provocative conversation. If you are like me, you’ll hear questions that match your own- and answers that can change your life.” Lee Stroebel, authour of A CASE […]

In His Place by Harry C. Griffith

Charles Sheldon’s WWJD was a significant challenge in its time, but God calls us to do more than wait until we are facing a decision and then choose to do what we think Jesus would do.  We are to incarnate Christ in our time, being conscious of the presence and power of God within us […]

Of fire and Lions By Mesu Andrews

Survival – A Hebrew girl first tasted the need of it when she escaped nearly 70 years ago as the Babylonian army ransacked Jerusalem and took their finest captives. She thought she’d perfected it in the many years amongst the Magoi and the idol worshippers Court. Now as Daniel’s wife and matriarch of her family, […]

Overcomer: 8 Ways to Live a Life of Unstoppable Strength, Unmovable Faith, and Unbelievable Power By Dr. David Jeremiah

David Jeremiah is the founder of Turning Point, an international ministry committed to providing Christians with sound Bible teaching through radio, television, the internet, live events, books and resource materials. In his new book, Overcomer, he offers his insights on one of the most quoted but least understood passages of the Bible: the apostle Paul’s […]

Slender Reeds: Jochebed’s Hope By Texie Susan Gregory

You will never look at the life of Moses in the same way after meeting his mother and grandmother in this masterful debut novel. Some Bible stories become so familiar that it is often forgotten that they involve real people, real women and men, and real families. You are drawn into the heartbreaking lives of […]

The Words Between Us by Erin Bartels

Robin Windsor has spent most of her life under an assumed name to avoid association with her infamous, incarcerated parents. She was living a peaceful new life running a used bookstore and thought she had put the past behind her. But simultaneously, her store begins experiencing financial difficulties, her father’s upcoming execution is all over […]

Whose Waves These Are, By Amanda Dykes

In the wake of WW11, a grieving fisherman submits a poem to a local news-paper; a rallying cry for hope, purpose and rocks, send me a rock for the person you lost and I will build something life-giving. When the poem spreads farther than he ever intended, Robert Bliss’s humble work changes the tide of a nation. […]



The Things We Knew, by Catherine West

Catherine West creates a well drawn portrait of a family in crisis. Lynette Carlisle lives with her failing father in their Nantucket home. Her mother died when she was twelve and her four siblings have one by one left and never returned. All have blamed their father for their mother’s death but no one will […]

Catching Christmas by Terri Blackstock

As a first-year law associate, Sydney Batson knows she will be updating her resume by New Year’s if she loses her current court case. So when her grandmother gets inexplicably ill while she’s in court, Sydney arranges for a cab to get her to the clinic. The last thing cab driver Finn Parrish wants is […]

Miramar Bay by Davis Bunn

When Connor Larkin boards a late night bus in downtown L.A. he’s not sure where he’s going or what he’s looking for. Putting his acting career-and his finance-on hold, he’s searching for a part of himself he lost on the road to success. Now, with his wedding day approaching, Connor finds himself stepping into the […]

The Secret Slide Money Club Series By Art Rainer (Juvenile Fiction age 6-8)

When Jake, Sophia, and Brody slide down the tube slide at their local park, they are shocked to find themselves in an underground headquarters and transformed into Secret Slide Money Club agents. Soon the friends learn that they’re in an ongoing battle against Albatross, a selfish villain who uses bad money choices to turn other […]