A note from the Deacons: Norfield Church welcomes all congregants to join us for in-person worship in the Norfield Sanctuary as well as online via YouTube. The Holy Spirit is truly alive at Norfield, and fills our Sanctuary every Sunday as we join our hearts together in prayer, music, faith and devotion to Jesus Christ. Please feel free to wear a mask if you choose; we will also provide masks to those who need one. To learn more visit Connecticut's COVID-19 guidelines.
Norfield Open Door Book Club
Wednesday, December 7 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Please join us for Norfield’s next Open Door Book Club on Wednesday, December 7th at 7:30 pm in the Banks Room at the Church.
We all enjoyed our November meeting together in-person in the Norfield Church Banks Room (also, Laura Casellas joined us by Zoom — an ongoing blessed connection, no matter where we live). We discussed Clint Smith’s book, How the Word is Passed.
We all shared how deeply touched we were by his hands-on experience and research. We thought his considerable insight made his historical research relative and important today.
For December’s reading, we picked a 1990s book, Body and Soul, by Frank Conroy. The story begins during World War II, when a child musical prodigy is growing up. For more insight, read this review from 1993 in the LA Times.
If you haven’t been in our Book Club before, we’re excited to have you. Please contact Tracy and she’ll add you to the list. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (203) 536-9321. Now that we’re able to gather in person again, we hope to see more of you there. As always, bring a friend!
— Charlene Blount