Why Trinity’s Book Clubs Are A Great Thing

Reading is good for your brain. ..
Book clubs are sociable and prompt discussion with old or new friends. …
Reading things you might not have otherwise can expand your horizons. …
Book clubs offer a way to reflect on our society today through the lense of faith. …
Book clubs are fun!


eBooks:  Amazon, Apple Books, Barnes & Noble have electronic version at steep discounts ($1.99 as of 5/6/2020).

Virtual Summer Book Club

Grateful:  The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks

Led by Doug Gebhard, Interim Pastor


Contact the church at office@trinitywexford.org for details on how to join via Zoom.

Hardcopies:  Amazon ($16.99 hard/$11.99 soft), Barnes & Noble ($26.99 hard), Books A Million ($26.99 hard), Target ($16.99 hard)

Although most of us know that gratitude is good — and good for us — there is a gap between our desire to be grateful and our ability to behave gratefully.  The implications of the gap are biger than we realize, affecting both our personal and public lives.  In Grateful, Bass weaves together social science research, spiritual wisdom, and contemporary issues as she calls for a richer understanding and practice of gratitude.  What emerges are surprising insights about the power of thankful  living to change how we treat one another, and how we might transform our world.

Join Pastor Doug via Zoom in a 4-week conversation about this book and living in gratitude.

June 17 @ 7 pm – Introduction and Part 1

June 24 @ 7 pm – Part 2

July 1 @ 7 pm – Part 3

July 8 @ 7 pm – Part 4 and Epilogue