Book Club

The ‘Book Club’ is an opportunity to read books and meet with others to discuss what we thought of the book and what we may have learned from it. We meet on a Monday evening, usually about every six weeks. Anyone is welcome to read the suggested book and come along on the evening to discuss, debate or just listen to what others have to say. The books we read will hopefully help us in our daily life as we follow Jesus and try to be more like him.


‘Deep Church’ by Jim Belcher – 5 November 2018

A Million Miles in a Thousand Years by Donald Miller – 25 June 2018

‘Speaking Christian: Recovering the Lost Meaning of Christian Words’ by Marcus J. Borg – 16 April 2018

‘A Gift of Love’ by Martin Luther King, Jr – 29 January 2018

‘Setting Our Affections Upon Glory’ by Martyn Lloyd-Jones – 4 December 2017

‘Jesus Have I Loved, But Paul?’ by J.R. Daniel Kirk – 23 October 2017

‘The Best of AP Adams’ – 5 September 2017

‘Finding God in the Waves’ by Mike McHargue – 24 April 2017

Against the Flow’ by John Lennox – 6 March 2017

‘How to be a bad Christian’ by Dave Tomlinson – 16 January 2017

‘Falling Upwards’ by Richard Rohr – 28 November 2016

‘Those Who Show Up’ by Andy Flanagan – 10 October 2016

‘The Bible Tells Me So’ by Peter Enns – 22 August 2016

‘Paradoxology’ by Krish Kandiah – 20 June 2016
‘Fellowship of Differents’ by Scot McKnight – 18 April 2016
‘Naked Spirituality – by Brian McLaren – 7 March 2016
‘The Sunflower’ by Simon Wiesenthal – 18 January 2016
‘The pursuit of God’ by A. W. Tozer – 23 November 2015

‘The Weight of Glory’ by CS Lewis – 5 October 2015

‘Thinking, Loving, Doing’ by Rick Warren, Francis Chan & John Piper – 31 August 2015

The Me I Want To Be’ by John Ortberg – 29 June 2015

‘Imagine Church’ by Neil Hudson – 11 May 2015

‘Faith Unraveled’ by Rachel Held Evans – 2 March 2015

‘Un-Conditional’ by Justin Lee – 12 January 2015
‘Consumer Detox’ by Mark Powley – 3 November 2014
‘The Shack’ by Wm Paul Young – 15 September 2014

‘Renovation of the Heart’ by Dallas Willard – 28 July 2014

‘Living the Resurrection: The Risen Christ is everyday life’ by Eugene Peterson – 19 May 2014
‘The King Jesus Gospel’ by Scot McKnight – 31 March 2014
‘Genius, grace and grief’ by Gaius Davies – 10 February 2014
‘Life Together’ by Dietrich Bonhoeffer – 9 December 2013
‘What we talk about when we talk about God’ by Rob Bell – 28 October 2013
‘Not So Secret’ by Graham Orr – 16 September 2013
‘Simply Jesus’: who he was, what he did, why it matters’ by  N T Wright – 10 June 2013
‘Unapologetic: Why, despite everything, Christianity can still make surprising emotional sense’ by Francis Spufford – 29 April 2013
‘Abiding: The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2013’ by Ben Quash – 11 March 2013
‘I was just wandering…’ by Jeff Lucas – 28 January 2013
‘The Practice Of The Presence Of God’ by Brother Lawrence – 10 December 2012
‘If God, then What’ by Andrew Wilson – 29 October 2012
‘John Wesley – A Biography’ by Stephen Tomkins – 17 September 2012
‘What’s so Amazing about Grace’ by Philip Yancey – 30 July 2012
‘Mere Christianity’ by C.S. Lewis – 28 May 2012
‘King’s Cross’ by Timothy Keller – 16 April 2012



Sunday 21 October 2018

Rev Robin Waugh will lead the Girls’ Brigade Enrolment service at 11.00 am and Sammy Stanfield will be the preacher at the evening service at 7.00 pm. We give a warm welcome to anyone wanting to visit our church and spend time in fellowship with us. Please make yourself known to the minister or door steward.

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