Book Club

Summer Book Club Meetings


Please join us Monday, August 26th from 6:30-8:30 at Sue Boisseau’s home. (Please contact the office for the address.)

We will be discussing the book “Catching Fireflies: Teaching Your Heart to See God's Light Everywhere” by Patsy Clairmont. If you would like to join us, the book should be available on Amazon, at your local library, or anywhere you buy/borrow books.

“Looking for a little ‘light’ reading with life-changing truth and ticklish humor? This book is for you.

Popular author and speaker Patsy Clairmont weaves stories and scripture between lasers, lighthouses, and lamps to illuminate the heart and enliven the spirit. Whether you're bored with the routine, struggling through a crisis, or just ready for a good word, Patsy meets you there with vulnerability, inspiration, and an infectious grin.

As a daily devotional or weekend read, ‘Catching Fireflies’ will light up your day even as it brightens your smile.” (Goodreads)


Please join us Monday, September 23rd from 6:30-8:30 (the location has yet to be decided).

We will be discussing the book “The Hidden Side” by Heidi Chiavaroli. If you would like to join us, the book should be available on Amazon, at your local library, or anywhere you buy or borrow books.

“New York, 2016

Natalie Abbott offers answers for hurting listeners on her popular radio program. But she struggles to connect with her teenagers, with her daughter in an unhealthy relationship and her son uncommunicative and isolated. When one member of the family commits an unspeakable act, Natalie is forced to uncover who she truly is under the façade of her radio persona.

New York, 1776

Mercy Howard is shocked when her fiancé, Nathan Hale, is arrested and hanged as a spy. When she’s asked to join the revolutionary spy ring in Manhattan, she sees an opportunity to avenge Nathan’s death. But keeping her true loyalties hidden grows increasingly harder as the charming Major John Andre of the King’s Army becomes more to her than a target for intelligence.

Mercy’s journals comfort Natalie from across the centuries as both women struggle with their own secrets and shame, wondering how deep God’s mercy extends.” (Goodreads)