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Adults

What's going on for adults...

Adult Ministries at EBIC encompasses a wide variety of activities and ministry activities. We endeavor to develop adult ministries that encourage spiritual development, offer a broad range of worship opportunities, enhance personal discipleship, foster fellowship, and spur service & outreach.

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BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP

Second Monday of each month | 7 pm

We read all types of books, fiction and non-fiction, suggested by group participants. We aim for authors who write well and help us to think about various social, cultural and spiritual issues. We do not necessarily agree with each author's perspective but seek to learn from each other.
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We are currently meeting through ZOOM. Please email   to receive the link for the meeting.

2021 selections

JAN | The Stranger in the Woods: The Extraordinary story of the Last True Hermit | Michael Finkel

FEB | The Great Alone | Kristin Hannah

MAR | Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family | Robert Kolker

APR | The Tattooist of Auschwitz | Heather Morris

MAY | Before and After | Judy Christie and Lisa Wingate

JUN | We Came Here to Shine: A Novel | Susie Orman Schnall

JUL | The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief | Francis Collins

AUG| The Poisonwood Bible | Barbara Kingsolver

SEP | There There | Tommy Orange

OCT | The Center Cannot Hold: My Journey Through Madness | Elyn Saks

NOV | The Giver of Stars | Jojo Moyes

DEC | Christmas at Little Beach Street Bakery | Jenny Colgan

Previous selections

Running with Sherman | Christopher McDougall
The Map of Salt & Stars | Zeyn Joukhadar
Driving While Black | Gretchen Sorrin
A Woman of No Importance: The Untold Story of the American Spy Who Helped Win World War II | Sonia Purnell
Dad is Fat | Jim Gaffigan
Varina | Charles Frazier
The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row | Ray Hinton
Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine | Gail Honeyman
Things We Wish Were True | Marybeth Mayhew Whalen