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What is the Book Group?

Our Book Group meets in St Peter and St Paul, Tring at 6.45pm normally on the 4th Sunday of the month. There is an alternative communion before the service which starts at 6.00pm.

 

We read a wide range of books from novels to books about spirituality to autobiographies (see our ever growing list of past books).

 

How do we pick them?

Well often members of the group suggest books for us to read. Sometimes they are explicitly theological and at times the ‘religion’ is not so obvious – however, in general, they all have something to say about our faith.

 

We meet for about ninety minutes and chat about the book over a glass of wine and some crisps. It is very relaxed, people are welcome to take a full part in the discussion or simply come and hear other people’s views. One of the best things about this group is the wide range of experience and backgrounds of our members so you frequently get a fresh perspective on the book

 

We are always pleased to be joined by new members whether it is to become a regular or you might prefer just to drop in occasionally.

 

If you should like to know more, please get in touch with Didier.

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View list of past books

The Next Few Months

Lent Films Adult Enquirers Course Bible Study Live the Challenge One Off Course Communion before Confirmation Confirmation

More Education:

Nehemiah_

21st October 6.45pm in Tring Church

Book of Nehemiah from the Old Testament of the bible.

 

 

 

 

25th November 6.45pm in Tring Church

Atonement by Ian McEwan

 

No book club in December

27th January  Advent for Everyone: A Journey through Luke by Tom Wright

 

24th February Heresies and how to avoid them: why it matters what Christians believe by Ben Quash and Michael Ward (editors)

 

Lenten classic for next year will be Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy to be discussed on 28 April 2019