Resource Center

Whether it’s family movie night, bedtime story time, mom or dad’s time to unwind or time for some Christian inspiration, the Resource Center has something special for you.  The WUMCRC is located in Room 212 in the Sanctuary Building. The mobile library is volunteer dependent so if interested, please contact The library is open from 9:15 to 12:15 on Sunday mornings.

How to Join


The Resource Center is located in Room 212 in the Main Sanctuary building.

In order to reserve media online, write a review or check out media from the center, you must first have an account.  You can request an account one of two ways.

1. Submit this online Resource Center Membership Information Form and then pick up your patron card in the file box on the wall by Room 212.
2. Stop by an information table in Helms Hall or in the Family Life Center and fill out a form. Allow a week for you and your family members to be added to the system.
Once added, you can select the Register Account button located at the top right corner of the website to login and set your password.

Click here to visit the Resource Center Account Website.


You can view all of the books, DVD’s, CD’s, Video Games and Periodicals that are  available for check-out from the WUMCRC located in Room 212 in the Main Sanctuary Building.

There are great reads including books by Christian Fiction authors, Karen Kingsbury, Tracie Peterson, Lori Wick and Robert Whitlow. The Resource Center also has a large selection of VeggieTale, Disney and Nick Jr. DVD’s.  There is a large variety of Easy Readers, picture and chapter books.  The Teen section is growing and there are board books for the little ones so there is something for every age.

For questions, please contact Melanie Eaton.

For more information on the kinds of things we’re looking for, see our donation policy here: Book & Media Donation Policy.

It is the mission of the Weddington UMC Resource Center to provide current and appropriate media resources and programs that minister to all ages and all groups of the WUMC congregation and it’s community, so that as a Christian body, we may all intentionally grow in faith.