Monday Lunch Group

"I find a circle of loving friends, a circle that shares my interest in the search for the truth and a group that believes and practices the power of prayer." - Geraldine Bryan

The Monday Lunch Group meets in the Hoffmann Room every Monday. Folks drift in between 12:15 and 12:30 bringing their own lunch. Following lunch and conversation, the group shares concerns and hears suggested prayer topics, and then enters into silent prayer and meditation which precedes the main program. Generally the Monday Lunch Group chooses a book of common interest to read and study over a period of several weeks.

Newcomers and walk-ins (including men!) are welcome.Info from Sue Cottle

March 12:  Monday Lunch Group will continue next Monday with the book When Christians Were Jews by Wayne-Daniel Berard.  Topics in Chapters 10-12 will be appropriate.

March 26: There will be a healing service in the sanctuary.

April 2 and April 9: Susan Joyner will be leading a dialog on the book The Bright Hour: A Memoir of Living and Dying.

The Wake County Library system has 37 copies of the book, and most of these are on the shelf at this time. This book is NOT among their book club kits, so no one can do a bulk checkout. Since the book is readily available at many library branches, I'm not going to organize a group purchase. Make arrangements to get your own copy. (For example, at the Eva Perry Library in Apex there are 4 copies on the shelf at the moment.) The checkout period is 2-weeks, so if you could obtain your own copy from a library branch around March 27 you'd have it a week ahead of time and the checkout period would last through April 9.