Friday Morning Book Group
Meets monthly on the third Friday at 10:30 a.m. All meetings in person in Sheffield Room at Cathedral Village with the exception of January, February, and March (on Zoom). If you are interested in joining this group, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org so you can receive pertinent updates.
USG 3rd Friday Morning Book Group Selections for 2023-2024 (Name in bold is discussion leader)
October 20th Hello Beautiful Ann Napolitano 400 pp. Bonnie Libby and Maddie Nash
November 17th The Light Pirate Lilly Brooks Dalton 336 pp. Deborah Coleman
December 15th The Uncommon Reader Alan Bennett 120 pp. Nancy Anderson
January 19th The Exceptions Nancy Hopkins 432 pp. Jody Smith
February 16th The Dictionary of Lost Words Pip Williams 359 pp. Dottie Campbell
March 15th Harlem Nocturne: Women Artists and Progressive Politics During World War II Farah Jasmine Griffin Barbara Dowdall
April 19th While I Was Gone Sue Miller 304 pp. Maddie Nash
May 17th The Measure Nikki Erlick 359 pp. Deborah Coleman
June 21th Lucy by the Sea Elizabeth Stroud 288 pp. Jan Young
July 19th Carnegie’s Maid Marie Benedict 274 pp. Ingrid Brown
September 20th Avid Reader Robert Gottlieb 322 pp. Barbara Dowdall
Dinner with Edward: A Story of an Unexpected Friendship Isabel Vincent
Fellowship Point Alice Elliott Dark
USG Book Group List of Books for 2022-2023 Church Year
Kareem Rosser, Crossing the Line, 304 pp.
David McCullough, Johnstown Flood, 300 pp.
JoJo Moyes, The Giver of Stars, 385 pp.
Farah Jasmine Griffin, Read Until You Understand, 271 pp.
Penelope Fitzgerald, The Book Shop, 156 pp.
Charmaine Wilkerson, Black Cake, 400 pp.
Edith Wharton, Mother’s Recompense , 272 pp.
Michelle Huneven, Search, 400 pp.
Geraldine Brooks, Horse, 401 pp.
Lorene Cary, Ladysitting, 254 pp.
Sylvia Beach, Shakespeare and Company, 230 pp.
September 15th: Anne Tyler, The French Braid, 244 pp.