We are meeting online! You are welcome to join us.
If you would like to be part of the online gathering and discussion, please email or call the church office and we’ll add you to the list.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the church office (204) 284-0079 to be included.
Zoom Meetings 1:30-3:30pm on the last Wednesday of the month or as indicated below.
Movies on Sunday afternoons.
Click on the photo above to DOWNLOAD or print the book list. We have a new list of books for 2023/24. Be sure to download it to start reading and join us.
November 29- The Diamond Eye by Kate Quinn
Based on a true story, The Diamond Eye is a haunting novel of heroism born of desperation, of a mother who became a soldier, of a woman who found her place in the world and changed the course of history forever.
January 31, 2024- Truth Telling by Michelle Good
Truth Telling is a collection of essays about the contemporary Indigenous experience in Canada. From resistance and reconciliation to the resurgence and reclamation of Indigenous power, Michelle Good explores the issues through a series of personal essays.
We will also be watching a three-part movie on ‘A Town Like Alice’ over three Monday afternoons (2-4 pm) in February.
February 28, 2024- The Hungry Road by Marita Conlon-McKenna
Inspired by true Irish heroes, The Hungry Road is the heartbreaking story of the Great Irish Famine told by one of Ireland’s best loved writers.
March 27, 2024- Crow Lake by Mary Lawson
Set in the harsh and beautiful landscape of the Canadian Shield, Crow Lake tells the story of a family bound together by loss.
April 24, 2024- Hotline by Dimitri Nasrallah
A vivid love letter to the 1980s and one woman’s struggle to overcome the challenges of immigration.
May 29, 2024- A World of Curiosities by Louise Penny
It’s spring and Three Pines is reemerging after the harsh winter. But not everything buried should come alive again. Not everything lying dormant should reemerge.
September 25, 2024-Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens (also made into a movie)
An exquisite ode to the natural world, a heartbreaking coming-of-age story, and a surprising tale of possible murder.