Book Studies

Monday Morning Women’s Group

Beginning in January, we will be reading and discussing together “Soul Reset”, by Rev. Junius B. Dotson. We will study the book, as well as follow along for 6 weeks with the church in the New Year Sermon Series on this same book. Soul Reset is a call for the church and all of Jesus’ disciples to reset and reorder their lives around spiritual practices, to learn to walk through our difficult seasons with our souls connected to the source of Living Water so that we don’t burn out or break down. And, if we do burn out or break down, we learn to lift one another up and point one another back to Jesus. This book study will be 6 weeks and begins on January 10, 2022.

We are temporarily meeting via Zoom every Monday from 9:30-11:00 AM, but hope to meet again soon in person in the church parlor. To join us contact Peggy Koenitzer at Paboblenz@comcast.net.

Thursday Morning Women’s Group

We will be reading and discussing “Soul Reset” in conjunction with the January sermon series. We will begin on Thursday, January 6, 2022 from 8:30-10:00 AM. meeting masked and in the Parlor. The book is about “…resetting and reordering our lives around spiritual practices, to learn to walk through our difficult seasons with our souls connected to the source of Living Water…” What a great way to begin 2022! Contact Carol Talbot at 856-235-9346 for info.

Eureka!  Book Club

Rev. Patti Walz will be leading a monthly book club named “Eureka Book Club”. “Eureka Book Club” participants will meet the 4th Tuesday of each month from 6:00 – 7:30 PM in the Heritage Room. Come for dinner (to be ordered from a local restaurant and shared cost).

Each month, participants will read a book that is fodder for discussion, growth, inspiration, and/or discipleship action leading to many “eureka” opportunities. Book club members should read or listen to the book before our first meeting and jot down questions or discussion points to be shared. Each book is available through amazon.com, through the local library system, or any online or actual bookstore.

Contact Rev. Walz revwalz@gmail.com or call the church office 856-235-0450 if you would like to join “Eureka!”

January 25, 2022 – “Living Water” by Obery Hendriks. Author Dr. Hendricks, an ordained elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and life-long social activist, brings to life the biblical story of the woman at the well amidst the cultures and customs of the time. in depth references to historical events. If you prefer to meet by Zoom call Patti Walz at 315-382-0977 and those arrangements will be made.
Due to Omicron concerns, our January 25th meeting will not be in person, but instead via ZOOM at 6:30 PM. Patti Walz will be emailing to members the ZOOM link.