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Social Activities

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The Open Stacks Book Club

The book club is open to anyone who enjoys the reading of good books and the discussions they inspire, exposure to new ideas and differing viewpoints, and an opportunity to socialize with other book lovers. 

Our next book is Hiding in Plain Sight by our very own Teri Miles. Teri shares the story of her own becoming. It is a real, authentic and truthful memoir. 
We will meet on Friday, March 4 in person in the Geier Room at church and also online on Zoom. We gather at 7 pm and begin discussion at 7:30. Bring a beverage and snack to share. Please let Nan Costello or Bill Bogdan know if you plan to attend online and they will send you the Zoom link.                                                                                                                                                                     
The Classics Book Club                                                                                                                                                                                     

The Classics Club explores works that grapple with the great universal questions that concern both religion and art. We return to such works again and again, always finding more than we expect— unforgettable characters, magnetic plots, and soul-stirring insights. T.S. Eliot once declared, “Dante and Shakespeare divide the world between them. There is no third.” There’s certainly no doubt that the Bard is the greatest of English poets. We invite you to join us for “Shakespeare in his Time and Ours”, a journey through selected plays and contemporary films they have inspired, including Romeo and JulietMacbethAs You Like ItHamlet, and A MIdsummer Night’s Dream. We meet by Zoom every Monday evening at 7:30. Please email John Tallmadge for details and Zoom link. Please join us if you are interested in stimulating discussion and social interaction. 
All are welcome! 

Coffee Hour

The Christian faith not only involves a relationship and communion with God but also with fellow believers. Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church supports this not only through our weekly worship and education but also through other activities. Each Sunday after worship many members and friends gather in the Social Room for Coffee Hour. This time also provides an opportunity for people to sign up for volunteer opportunities and other programs and activities.  We have been off schedule with COVID 19, but hope to resume this important and meaningful gathering time again soon.   

Mount Auburn Nights Out

Our faith community enjoys being in each other’s company. We take advantage of our local cultural scene for the many and varied opportunities that are presented for outings as a group. We call these get-togethers “Mount Auburn Nights Out”. Theatre, concerts, the zoo, children’s performances, he ballet are terrific occasions to mingle together.  We’ve been off schedule with COVID 19, but hope to resume gatherings again soon. 

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