Peter Green: November 2018
This Saturday, 24th November at 2pm, The Good Faith Book Club will discuss Jim Wallis's book, On God's Side. The book talks about what religion forgets and politics hasn't learned about serving the common good.
Jim Wallis has written ten books and is confidant of US Presidents, though not, we suspect, the current incumbent. What will we make of this particular book? If you would like to find out, do come and join us. As the Charity Christmas Card Shop is open in the church, we are meeting in Room 2. The kettle will be on before we start and a warm welcome awaits you.
To see summaries of our previous discussions, click here.
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