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Open Book Discussion

Normally, the group meets the 2nd Monday of the month at 7:30 pm, usually at a member's house.   All are welcome as we discuss a broad range of fiction and non-fiction, classical and modern.

Because we are unable to gather in person, we will discuss our selection using ZOOM.  If you want to participate but are not on the current mailing list to receive the ZOOM link, please text 773-960-1537.

ALL ARE INVITED TO ATTEND ~ OPEN DISCUSSION



Monday May Book Discussion (Zoom meeting): Monday, May 11, 7:30 pm  Eileen Klees will post Zoom meeting link closer to book discussion date.                   

May 10      Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption (Bryan Stevenson) From the frontlines of social justice comes one of the most urgent voices of our era. Bryan Stevenson is a real-life, modern-day Atticus Finch who, through his work in redeeming innocent people condemned to death, has sought to redeem the country itself. This is a book of great power and courage. It is inspiring and suspenseful—a revelation.(Isabel Wilkerson, author of The Warmth of Other Suns)

June 14     The Age of Innocence (Edith Wharton) The story is set in upper-class New York City in the 1870s. In 1920, The Age of Innocence was serialized in four parts in the Pictorial Review magazine, and later released by D. Appleton and Company as a book in New York and in London. The Age of Innocence centers on an upper-class couple's impending marriage, and the introduction of a woman plagued by scandal whose presence threatens their happiness. Though the novel questions the assumptions and morals of 1870s' New York society, it never devolves into an outright condemnation of the institution. The novel is lauded for its accurate portrayal of how the 19th-century East Coast American upper class lived, and this, combined with the social tragedy, earned Wharton a Pulitzer Prize — the first Pulitzer awarded to a woman. (from the Publisher)
 
In good reading

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Buddhist Meditation

Reverend Marcia Curtis is temporarily canceling the Sunday evening meditation until further notice. For more information please click redlotussangha.org.
We hope to resume the meditation and dharma talks in the next few weeks.

Religious Education

        

Childcare for our youngest is available during services.
                

All children are welcome!   

 

 

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