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Our featured speaker is Rev. Lindsay Hardin Freeman. She will discuss her groundbreaking book, Bible Women: All Their Words and Why They Matter.
Per her website: “My passion is women of the Bible. Through writing and speaking, I share their stories. Scripture, tradition, reason, and humor are my tools. My goals are to free Bible women from their dreary literary caskets—and in that process, draw contemporary women deeper into God’s sacred circle.”
As always, there will be a book swap, time to visit the church library, an opportunity to network with other librarians and lunch.
The board members believe that Rev. Freeman’s presentation could be of interest to members of your church who aren’t on the library committee – e.g., Bible study and women’s groups. This meeting could also be an opportunity for you to promote your library.
Your guests should be included on your registration form. As always, any member of your church can attend the meeting at the $15 member rate, even if s/he isn’t on the library committee.
This information was taken from the Off The Shelf 2017 spring edition.
Jessica Zillhart, talked about selection of religious materials in the public library system. Jessica is currently a Materials Selection Librarian at the St. Paul Public Library. She’s also a member of Ebooks Minnesota’s collection development task force and she’s involved with the Digital Public Library of America’s Content Curation Corps for their Open Ebooks Initiative. Her presentation was very interesting as well as enlightening.
Gary from Magers and Quinn Booksellers (3038 Hennepin Avenue South, Minneapolis 55408) presented a lot of useful information on new and popular books. Many of us were not aware of this bookstore. Gary Mazzone is their outreach and sales director-a great source of information for our group. Magers and Quinn Booksellers is the largest independent, family-owned bookstore in Minnesota. As Gary reminded us small businesses are the mainstay of America and we are encouraged to support them.
A big thank you to all the publishers who donated books that Magers and Quinn could distribute at our meeting. Everyone got 3 to 4 brand news books for their libraries.
Check them out at http://www.magersandquinn.com
If you do not receive the Off the Shelf newsletter you will find the registration form under Forms on this website or you may email the editor at email@example.com for more information.
TCACLA Spring Meeting
Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church
511 Groveland Ave., Minneapolis, MN 55403
May 14, 2016
9:15 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
The next TCACLA meeting will be on Saturday, May 14, at Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church. Our featured speaker is Natalia Peterson, author of I’m Not the Pastor’s Wife; I’m Just Married to Him.
From the author’s website: “Enter Talia, a worldly woman raised in a lively, embracing community of Ukrainian immigrants. A chance meeting with a Lutheran pastor, Charles, surprisingly takes them down the aisle. Talia has always been the big-city individualist – Charles is a small-town guy raised on a dairy farm. Talia has an unfettered spirit and personality – Charles has been called to serve as a Lutheran congregation in a small, conservative and very Scandinavian community.”
This memoir is full of quirky observations and candid stories, sometimes humorous and other times tragic, that are intended to show the reader what it takes to find the strength to lead an authentic life.
The Spring issue of Off the Shelf will include a complete schedule for the morning, along with a registration form. If you are not a member, do not receive the newsletter and would like to attend, please contact the editor of Off The Shelf for a registration form
at firstname.lastname@example.org. There also is a registration for on this website under the Forms tab.
The Faith & Life Lecture Series exists to create welcoming and accessible public forums for members of the Twin Cities community to hear nationally known speakers reflect on how Christian faith is related to different dimensions of everyday life. The talks are always free public events. The lectures typically last about 50 minutes, followed by a brief period for Q&A after the presentation by the speaker. After the Q&A, speakers are generally available for one-on-one discussion with members of the audience during an informal reception. At most lectures, material by the speaker or related to the lecture subject — books, CDs, or artwork — is available for sale.
Check it out at http://faith-and-life.org/about-faith-life