Book Groups

WEDNESDAY MORNINGS, 9:00AM, Room 029

October 11, 18, 25 and November 1

In this study, will consider what it means to cultivate authentic happiness by reading Wayne Muller’s A Life of Being, Having, and Doing Enough. On the cover of the book is a picture of a glass 1/2 full, or 1/2 empty. Muller invites us to realize it is both half full AND half empty – this is life. In coming to appreciate the ups and downs of life, we begin to cultivate graciousness within that can be shared with others.

TUESDAY MORNINGS, 9:00AM, Room 030

The Tuesday Morning Book Group will resume on November 12, 9:00a.m. to 10:30a.m. in the Fireplace Room, discussing material on a wide range of contemporary theological and faith issues. This series will meet through December 12.

FOURTH WEDNESDAY, 1:30PM, Room 029

This group will meet on November 29th (due the Thanksgiving holiday) and then resume again on the 4th Wednesday in January. New particpants are always welcome!

November 29: “The Wonder”, by Emma Donoghue.

January 24: “Gentleman in Moscow”, by Amor Towles.

February 28: “A Piece of the World”, by Christina Baker Klein.

March 28: “Dead Wake”, by Erik Larsen

April 25: “What She Ate”, by Laura Shapiro

SATURDAY MORNINGS, 9:00AM, ROOM 029

You are invited to participate in Advent Reflections, a Saturday morning discussion preparing us for Advent (see October Newsletter for book title). Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, we will begin meeting on November 18 and resume on December 2, 9 and 16 from 9:00a.m. to 10:15a.m..