The St. Paul’s Book Club offers parishioners an opportunity to engage with some of the great works of classic and contemporary spirituality in an informal and friendly setting. Through reading, reflection and discussion, individuals deepen their engagement with God, further their spiritual development, and enjoy great fellowship with fellow pilgrims.
We are a diverse and lively group with a wide range of interests and backgrounds, and we meet following the 10am service on the first Sunday of each month.
For the year 2018, the Book Club has lined up the following:
04 Feb : Poetry
04 Mar : Grounded: Finding God in the World—A Spiritual Revolution (by Diana Butler Bass)
08 Apr : Environment and Spirituality (to be held at the Betty de Glanville Room)
06 May : Anglicans in Popular Fiction
03 Jun : Pauline Johnson / Emily Carr
08 Jul : LGBTQ2S Spirituality
12 Aug : Books from St. Paul's Library also kown as the Margaret Avery Memorial Library
02 Sep : Dan Brown (A movie night collaboration)
07 Oct : Near Death Experience
04 Nov : Christian - Eastern Spirituality
02 Dec : Cadfael & Company: Crime-solving Monks and Nuns
Unless otherwise stated, we will meet in the King Room.