Book Club

Our Savior Book Club

The Our Savior Book Club was started by Jane Nicklas in September 2010 as a fun way to get together. We take turns choosing books and meet on the first Thursday of every month to talk about our current book (and everything else!).

In addition to the fellowship, the best thing about our club is the opportunity to read books that we would ordinarily not think of on our own. We read classics, current bestsellers, mysteries, biographies, memoirs, nonfiction, funny books, sad books, even books about dogs!

Some of our favorites include “The Help”, “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society”, “The Thirteenth Tale”, “Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons”, “Sum It Up”, “Unbroken”, “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn”, “The Stupidest Angel”, “The Language of Flowers”, The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto”, “Stir: My Broken Brain and the Meals That Brought Me Home”, “Christmas Jars”, and “Next Year in Havana”. To date, we have read over fifty books!

Meetings are held in a member’s home, and whoever chose the book for that month provides refreshments and leads the discussion. We would love for you to join us; for information contact Carol Tucek at the church office.

Book Club Selections 2019-20
Sept. 5 – “Next Year in Havana” by Chanel Cleeton
Oct. 3 – “Under the Tuscan Sun” by Frances Mayes
Nov. 7 – “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens
Dec. 5 – “A Shoe Addict’s Christmas” by Beth Harbison and “The Shoe Box” by Francine Rivers
Jan. 9 – “Rainwater” by Sandra Brown
Feb. 6 – “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” by L. Frank Baum
Mar. 5 – “Educated, A Memoir” by Tara Westover
Apr. 2 – “Night Moves “ by Randy Wade White
May 7 – “The Gown” by Jennifer Robson

Selection  Highlight
After the death of her beloved grandmother, a Cuban-American woman travels to Havana, where she discovers the roots of her identity--and unearths a family secret hidden since the revolution...
Sept. 5th

“Next Year in Havana” by Chanel Cleeton
After the death of her beloved grandmother, a Cuban-American woman travels to Havana, where she discovers the roots of her identity–and unearths a family secret hidden since the revolution…