Fourth Tuesdays (with exceptions), 7:00 to 8:30 p.m, Michaux House, Fagan Parlor
January 28: Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
Lewis’s classic reflection on faith and theology that sheds new truths as relevant today as they were when written- based on BBC Broadcasts- in the 1940s.
February 18: Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson
A story of justice and redemption which Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Desmond Tutu found “as gripping as it is disturbing.
March 24: Rules of Civility by Amor Towles
This sophisticated debut novel, by the author of The Gentleman from Moscow, shares a young woman’s journey as triggered by photo of a former acquaintance.
April 2:8 We Face The Dawn by Elizabeth Edds
Edds, a local journalist, provides a painstaking and eye-opening account of the efforts of Richmond lawyers Spottswood Robinson and Oliver Hill in shaping civil rights.
May 28: Clock Dance by Anne Tyler
Classic Anne Tyler, full of zany Baltimore characters confronting life’s changes with humor and compassion.