Book Reviews


From time to time parishioners or our parish librarian will review books which we hold in our small lending library.

The parish library is on a bookshelf in the main lounge area, near the creche.

Book Review: Can God Be Trusted? by John G Stackhouse, Jr.

Here’s a book for people who aren’t theologians but want to “face the reality of evil with as many intellectual tools in the cupboard as they can get”. Read more about 'Book Review: Can God Be Trusted? by John G Stackhouse, Jr.'...


Library report November 2018

Well, as I write this immediately after our church fair I am even more reminded of the power of books in our lives. Read more about 'Library report November 2018'...


Book Review: Dance of the Dissident Daughter by Sue Monk Kidd

Recommended to me by a fellow parishioner, this spiritual memoir recounts the inward journey of the writer, a fairly normal church-going traditional wife and mother, best known here for her... Read more about 'Book Review: Dance of the Dissident Daughter by Sue Monk Kidd'...