Volunteers play a major role in the ministry of the Christian Church Leadership Foundation, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the setting up of the Elliott Library at the CCL Center in Florence, Kentucky.
Several groups of local volunteers have assisted in the library by shelving books under the supervision of library director Jim Lloyd.
Recently CCU alumni Lynn Lusby Pratt and author Lena Wood spent time at the CCL Center shelving books and arranging artifacts in display cases. Lena was a student when the library was moved from Old Main to the Crouch building in 1969, and her recent social media posts (below) offer a “then and now” comparison.
Another valuable volunteer and CCU alumnus, Rick Beyer, has spent hours at the Center erecting library shelves, stacking books, and preparing empty boxes for shipment to another local non-profit ministry group.
Volunteers are still needed for this massive project. Here are some ways volunteers can help.
- Shelve books
- Flatten and stack empty book boxes
- Organize archive materials
- Arrange artifacts for display
- Help with other organizational and display projects
We love our volunteers and appreciate their hard work on behalf of our ministry. If you, your family, or a group from your church would like to help us complete the library set up, please contact Jim Lloyd, director of the Elliott Library, at [email protected], or call 513-324-1279.
If you would like to become a financial partner in this vital work, you may send a check to: CCL Foundation, PO Box 14208, Cincinnati, OH 45250, or make a secure online donation at https://ccleadership.org/.