Book Clubs and Bible Studies

Are you looking for community? Are you looking for a place to share your thoughts and your faith? Check out some of the wonderful groups we have gathering throughout the year.

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Weekly Scripture Study

This group gathers weekly for Mass and Rosary at the parish (and adoration once a month) followed by sharing and reflection on the upcoming Sunday readings. Using St. Charles Borromeo's MS Bible study as a start, sharing also includes lector notes, history, liturgical season and personal sharing.

What began as a Lenten practice nearly 10 years ago, this group is one of women, men, young, old, long-term and short-term members of various faith traditions. We are a family of believers who take each Mass as a serious learning, growing and living opportunity. We develop a deeper and more personal embrace of the Gospel with our awesome Lord and Savior.

It is a great way to enrich life each week!


Parish Book Club

We meet during the school year on the first and third Thursday of the month (with exceptions for holidays and Holy Days) about 8:45 in Parish Hall 1, shortly after daily Mass.

Everyone is welcome to come to our meetings every time, or just when a book interests them. Sometimes we have a half dozen people, other times we may have twenty or more. 

The first week of the month we discuss a book. The third Thursday we meet and either read together from a religious or philosophical book, or discuss a book like that. 

March 1 - "America's First Daughter" by Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie

March 15 - pg 27 in "Prayerfulness" by Dr. Robert Wicks

April 5 - "Ordinary Grace" by William Kent Krueger

March 15 - "Prayerfulness" by Dr. Robert Wicks

May 3 - "The Whip" by Karen Kondazian

We are not a structured group. Sometimes readers may bring discussion questions or summaries. 

Sometimes we have a snack and we usually have coffee. 


The Ten Commandments: Laws of the Heart Dvd Series Are the Ten Commandments a set of rules, or a way of life? How does each call us to reflect and act? What does it mean to love God and neighbor in a world of violence and fear that threatens our lives and our souls? Joan Chittister answers these questions and more in this honest inquiry into what it means to be born in the image and likeness of God.

Start your new year with this 6-week DVD series on this resource beginning Thursday, January 4th and continuing the following five Thursdays.

8:30am in the Gathering Area at Resurrection.