Upcoming Book discussion features author Nancy Kelly
Fall Book Discussion, Thursday, October 22, 2020, 1:00-3:00 pm
Glebe Fellowship Hall
Health Council is pleased to be sponsoring a book discussion led by the author, Nancy Vernon Kelly, a member of our own Mount Zion community. In Souls at Risk, Nancy describes her memories, beginning in childhood, of the roots and consequences of her writer-producer father’s sudden turn to right-wing extremism which continued for many years, ingrained in Cold War American-Soviet hostility.
By July 1, please call Di Groffen in the Church Office (519-886-5820) to 1) register and 2) let her know if you want her to order a book for you. The books will cost approximately $15-$20 each. Feel free to order a book even if you can't make the discussion!
Souls at Risk weaves together the long view of a personal, public, and historical story that includes both the disruption of extremism and the disruption of grace. While remembering the unwelcome parts of life with hateful extremism, Nancy also delights in the memory of experiences and people who kept her young soul from completely flattening out in a turbulent time.
By July 1, please call Di Groffen in the Church Office (519-886-5820) to 1) register and 2) let her know if you want her to order a book for you.
If social-isolation is still a recommendation on this date, we will have the discussion by Zoom.