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SPCK Book Club

SPCK Book Club

Because great books get people talking!

One of the best things about finding a great book is getting to talk about them with other people and share all your favourite parts.

And where better to do that than in a book club?

How it works

We've picked out three of our best books - one each for August, September and October 2018. We'll host the book club online on our Facebook and Twitter, so you can join in wherever you are in the world, and remind you at the start of each month what the pick for that month is. There'll be a special promotion, so if you don't already have a copy of the book you can pick one up at a great price! 

After that? You just need to read the book and join the discussion – there’ll be lots of bookish chat for the whole month and new content every week, including our favourite quotes, blog posts and discussion questions.

Happy reading - we can't wait to talk with you!


The Books

August

Falling Upward

Richard Rohr

Drawing on the wisdom from time-honoured myths, heroic poems, great thinkers and sacred religious texts, the author explores the two halves of life to show that those who have fallen, failed, or ‘gone down’ are the only ones who understand ‘up’.

'Franciscan priest Rohr is a big–picture kind of thinker when it comes to characterizing the human journey. This small, provocative book will make a particularly good gift for a thoughtful, spiritually open man.' - Publishers Weekly 

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September

I Thought There Would Be Cake

Katharine Welby-Roberts

As [Katharine] charts a course that offers ways of coping with everyday issues, we are encouraged to embrace our own self-worth. To recognize the value of our existence. To let ourselves be loved. Exactly as we are.

‘An amazingly honest and soul-baring book.’ - Sarah Hillman, Church Times 

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October

Cycling Out of the Comfort Zone

Charles Guilhamon

Just out of university, Charles Guilhamon and his friend Gabriel de Lépinau take a year out to tour the world by bike. Their travels bring them out of their comfort zone and into contact with people living in isolated or persecuted Christian communities in Syria, Iraq, India, China, Thailand, Senegal and Algeria.


'I hope that this book may help us, like Charles and Gabriel and the Christian communities they encountered, to live our lives more daringly, openly, generously and faithfully.' - Rob Lilwall

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    Katharine Welby-Roberts

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    Charles Guilhamon

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    Richard Rohr

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