Memoirs on religion, July 10, 2021
MADISON – Adjacent to the Shoreline Unitarian Universalist Society parking lot at 297 Boston Post Road in Madison, visitors can drive up and choose a free book to read or donate a book to share with others. Resembling an oversized birdhouse, this small, free chartered library is part of a network of more than 100,000 book-sharing boxes registered in 108 countries around the world.
The children of the congregation’s Faith Formation religious education program decided to provide books to share and inspire a love of reading in others. Led by Faith Formation Principal and Music Director Amy Buckley, The Little Free Library is a Coastal Congregation principle of “nurturing the spirit and enriching the spirit.”