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Hidden FiguresTwo new nonfiction adult books are ready for checkout. Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly uncovers the contributions of black women in the aviation and space programs of our country. If you have seen the movie, I would encourage you to read the book as well. The movie draws on the many myths surrounding the main characters while the books tells the more accurate story but is just as fascinating.

Hillbilly ElegyHillbilly Elegy by J.D.Vance gives a good assessment of the working poor whites in this country while engaging us in the story of Vance’s life in Kentucky and Ohio. Caution: the language is coarse.

I want to thank all of you who participated in the Children’s Literacy book campaign for our library, especially Kevin Kabacinski who gave a generous donation in honor of his father. Eighteen books were purchased for our young people. They are ready to be checked out!

Our library subscribes to magazines that you can either read in the library or just take home and bring back when you have finished.

The Presbyterian Outlook is published weekly, with articles on a wide range of topics and a Bible study. 
Presbyterians Today is available six times a year and is filled with stories about Presbyterians like you and me and churches like ours. It also includes meditations for Lent and Advent.

Horizons is an official publication of Presbyterian Women, is issued six times a year, and is good reading for all. The emphasis is on mission, peace and justice and Bible study.

GuidePosts is a monthly publication with meditations for each day.

The latest issues are on the sofa table in the library.

Nancy Siewert



fruit-of-the-spirit-tree11The Congregation is invited to participate in the All-Church Bible Study being held on the first Wednesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. starting on November 2nd.

The focus of this study will be on the “Fruits of the Spirit” led by Kathleen Ford. Please plan on joining in on the conversation.




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