Sign up by Monday 27th of June!
The Soul Tread Book Club is expanding! There are now three options for participants:
Read along at your own pace and join in with our community on Facebook to discuss all things book related. You’ll receive a reader guide that will enhance your understanding of the book and give prompts for reflection. Come along to our special book club events, too!
Join us on the first Monday of the Month for our Zoom Book Club, from 8pm to 9:30pm AEDT (Melb/Syd/Can/Hob). Which group will you be in Augustine of Hipster, Tealogians or The Reading Corner? Reader guide, Facebook group and access to our special book club events is included!
Host or join a local book club in a home, church or café! This is a great opportunity for discipleship or to build community within your church/ministry – or just to get some friends together. If you are interested in hosting, find two people, a location and a time to meet each month. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send you further instructions (and we’ll advertise your group, so it grows!) All hosts will receive a leader guide with book related ice breaker activities and discussion questions.
Cost: $15 for Semester 2, 2022
What is included?
- Reader guides for you and leader guides for the hosts created by Danielle Carey from @halfdesertedstreets
- Access to the Soul Tread Book Club group on Facebook
- Free access to all special Book Club events on Zoom, including one with Karen Swallow Prior and one with Rich Villodas!
- Access to our monthly Zoom Book Club or a local book club
Books for Semester 2, 2022
THE SCARLET LETTER by Nathaniel Hawthorne
A Guide to Reading & Reflecting by Karen Swallow Prior
**Purchase from The Little Lost Bookshop here
GOOD AND BEAUTIFUL AND KIND by Rich Villodas
Becoming Whole in a Fractured World
**Preorder from The Little Lost Bookshop here
EXILES by Jane Harper
**We'll let you know when it's ready to order
“The book club has helped broaden my reading – touching titles I wouldn’t normally consider, or finally picking up that book I’ve been meaning to get to for far too long. Not only this: but great thoughts of both authors and other readers are brought to the discussion, and I notice and learn things from these books I couldn’t on my own.”
– Brydan D.