East Side Arts Council invites you to a classic literature discussion for friends and neighbors. The group is open to anyone interested in fun, fellowship and classical literature, including poetry, fiction, nonfiction and biography.
The Friends of the St. Paul Public Library offers unique lunchtime opportunity with book chats at noon on Wednesdays at Central Library. The book chats are an informal, easy way to hear about great books in the friendly setting of Zelda Coffee on the first floor of Central Library.
Inverhills Church, 8265 Babcock Trail, Inver Grove Heights, has kicked off its fall & spring ministry groups with a new Christian 12 Step Support Group based on the 12 steps of AA and the book "A Hunger for Healing" by Keith Miller.
Join Mary White, OSB, to discuss how to find strength in times of suffering. The discussion will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 5 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Benedictine Center, 2675 Larpenteur Ave. E. in Maplewood. The discussion will use Romans 8, Chapters 31 to 39 as a reference point.
It is getting toward the time when planning starts for the New Year. Each year it is my privilege to give a little challenge to read the Holy Scriptures more. It has probably been 30 years or more since I started to read the Bible through each year.
A truth in taxation hearing hosted by Ramsey County, the city of St. Paul and the St. Paul Public Schools will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12, in the Great Hall of Arlington Senior High School, 1495 Rice St.