Wednesday, March 11, 2020


Join the Parish Book Store Book Group in reading Hallelujah, Anyhow!, a memoir by the Rt. Rev. Barbara Harris, the first woman elected to the episcopacy within the Anglican Communion.  The book is available in the Parish Book Store.  Our group is open to all, and our discussions are lively, but always civil.  The date of our discussion of this book will be after Easter, so you have plenty of time to get the book and read! 

Wednesday, February 26, 2020


Gifts of the Dark Wood:  Seven Blessings for the Soulful Skeptics (and Other Wanderers) is the topic of Fr. Cameron’s Lenten discussion at 5:30 p.m. each Sunday in Lent.  The “dark wood” is generally a place to fear and avoid, but it is also “the surest place to meet God.” Those feelings of being lost, tempted and alone are the gifts of the Dark Wood because they cause one to probe, question and discover.  Find the book, along with other Lenten resources at the Parish Book Store.

Wednesday, February 12, 2020


How do we involve our children in Lenten practices?  The Parish Book Store has a number of resources to help you find ways of engagement.  Among our titles are Home, Heart, Spirit:  Family Prayers & Activities for Lent, Faithful Celebrations: Making Time for God From Mardi Gras Through Pentecost, What We Do in Lent:  A Child’s Activity Book, and especially for teens, Lent’s in tents intents in tense intense!:  Daily Lenten Observations for Teens and Young Adults. Come see what else we have for a faithful Lent.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020


Lent begins February 26. The Parish Book Store has resources for keeping a faithful Lent. Among our titles are Living the Way of Love:  A 40-Day Devotional; Christ Walk:  A 40-Day Spiritual Fitness Program, which the Rev. Julia Messer will use in her Lenten program; and Gifts of the Dark Wood, which the Rev. Cameron Randle will use in his Lenten program.  We have other resources available, so come browse.

Wednesday, February 5, 2020


Celebrate Black History Month with selections from the Parish Book Store.  Among our titles are True to our Native Land:  An African American New Testament Commentary, African American History & Devotions: Readings & Activities for Individuals, Families, and Communities and for the younger readers The Sweet Smell of Roses and Rosa.  Come in and browse!

Wednesday, January 29, 2020


The Parish Book Store Book Group will meet Sunday, March 1, after the 10:15 service to discuss Rachel Held Evans’ last book, Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water and Loving the Bible Again, in which she shares her quest to better understand what the Bible is and how it is meant to be read.  The group is open to all, so please read the book and join in the discussion!

Wednesday, January 22, 2020


Surprise your valentine with a gift from the Parish Book Store. We have cards, gifts, and of course, books.  For the younger set we have among our titles Pete the Cat: Valentine’s Day is Cool, Guess How Much I Love You: A Book of Valentines, and The Berenstain Bears’ Valentine Love Bug.  All of these books contain valentines and stickers to share.  For the older set pocket crosses or angel tokens that say “God loves you.”  Come browse and find just the right gift.