Everything you need to know about the new and improved St Mark Book Club

  • *All members of St Mark are welcome and encouraged to invite guests. You are also welcome to attend as many or as few meetings as you wish.
  • *Contact Sue Matzke with any questions. Feel free to call, text, or email her.
  • *Meetings will still be the third Thursday of the month with a potluck.
  • *We will be reading and discussing a new book each month.
  • *There will be signups for the potluck portion. You are always welcome to drop in without a dish.
  • Our evening starts with a potluck fellowship dinner for about the first 45 minutes, followed by about 45 minutes of discussion. You are welcome to only join us for the discussion portion, if that suits your needs better.
  • *Books will need to be purchased by individuals or borrowed directly from Sue.
  • Led by Sue Matzke.  Call/text (440)346-5588 or email RaggedyMom@gmail.com

Upcoming St Mark Book Club Information

February 15, 2018 at 6:30pm
 
Garrison Keillor’s Life among the Lutherans
 

Join us for lighter read based on Garrison Keillor’s Lake Wobegon monologues about a fictitious  Lutheran community.

 
Limited library copies available. Can be purchased on Amazon and at Barnes and Noble. 
 
March 15, 2018 at 6:30pm
 

Timothy Keller’s “The Freedom of Self Forgetfulness: The Path to True Christian Joy”

We will look at this super short book that can change the way we look at ourselves and live our lives.

Available on Amazon, new and used.

Ebook edition is also available.

No library copies will be available from Sue.

April 19 2018 at 6:30 pm

 

Jane Johnson’s The Tenth Gift: A Novel

After a modern day woman is given a book of 17th century embroidery patterns, she discovers it is also the diary of a Cornish young woman who was kidnapped by Muslim pirates. We will look at the past and present tensions between Christianity and Islam.

Sue will have library copies to loan.

Available on Amazon, new and used.

Ebook edition is also available.

 

May 10, 2018 at 6:30 pm (Different date due to the Plant Sale)

Rosie Adle and Rebekah Curtis’ “LadyLike: Living Biblically”

Come and see if you agree with what it means to be a Christian woman in our feminized secular society.

Available on Amazon, new and used.

Also available through CPH.

Ebook edition is available.

No library copies will be available from Sue

 

Summer break – see you in September!

 
Questions? Please feel free to contact Sue Matzke. Call/text (440)346-5588 or email RaggedyMom@gmail.com