Book on table in library


Due to the coronavirus outbreak Reveille will hold Sunday worship services and activities online. Please check our home page for the weekly service and opportunities for all ages to connect with us! We hope to see you in person soon. To reach out to a member of our team click here.


The Reveille Memorial Library contains books in all non-fiction categories, including biography and audiovisual materials. Many resources are available for Bible study, teacher/leader development, and personal enrichment.

The library has a designated shelf for books authored by Reveille members and is proud to showcase these books and offer them for reading to our congregation. Other donations of books authored by Reveille members are welcome.

Reveille Authors and Books

  • Carolyn R. Blaylock, 2305 Finds a Home
  • Jack Boykin
    Basic Income Property Appraisal
    Land Valuation: Adjustment Procedures and Assignment
    Investing in a Vacation Home for Pleasure and Profit
    The Real Estate Handbook
    The Valuation of Real Estate
  • Melvin Ely, Israel on the Appomattox: A Southern Experiment in Black Freedom from the 1790s Through the Civil War
  • Michael Gryboski, A Spiral into Marvelous Light
  • Glennie T. Miller, Think on These Things: Living to See Three Centuries and Still Ticking
  • Anne Poarch, Flight
  • Robert J. (“Bobby”) Spiers, Jr., Memoirs of a Musician
  • William Archer Wright, Jr., Recollections and Reflections: Seventy-six Good Years
  • Christine Young, Little Book of Memoirs: The Life Story of a Richmonder

The library is closed at this time due to the coronavirus outbreak.


Carol Ann Estes is our librarian and she has an impressive background with 16 years of experience including high school, community college, and county library positions  and a position at the Library of Virginia. As a child, she even organized her family’s books by subject!  Email Carol Ann Estes


Come by the book exchange cart located outside the library to find inspirational fiction and nonfiction books. You may take a book from the cart or donate a book with an inspirational or religious theme.


For more information about the library, please contact:
Carol Ann Estes
(804) 359-6041 (Church Office)

Library Rules and Guidelines