FPC Book Club
The FPC Book Club is an excellent opportunity for church members who enjoy reading to connect over shared literary interests. Participants read and discuss books, which may include Christian literature, inspirational works, fiction, or non-fiction that align with the values and themes of the church. The book club fosters a sense of intellectual and spiritual growth while building strong bonds among members through meaningful discussions.
The FPC Book Club meets monthly on the second Thursday of the month at 2:00 PM in the Parlor Room. This group selects books based on member interests and recommendations. Check here for current and past reading selections.
About the Current Book Selection:
The book selection for December is The Bill of Obligations: The Ten Habits of Good Citizens by Richard Haass. Most people view the Bill of Rights as the guide to what our rights as citizens ought to be. The author argues that we have other obligations as citizens that should be placed on the same footing as the Bill of Rights. These are commitments that we make to our fellow citizens and to the government to uphold democracy and counter the growing apathy, anger, disinformation and violence that threaten us all. The book illuminates how we can rediscover and recover the attitudes and behaviors that have contributed so much to this country's success as a great nation.