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2 minutes reading time (310 words)

Tuesday Morning Small Group reading "Take this Bread" by Sara Miles

Take This Bread for WebThe Tuesday Morning Small Group has begun a seven-week study based on the book Take this Bread (© 2008) by Sara Miles. The author, raised an atheist, wandered into a church, received communion, and found herself transformed. The mysterious sacrament of communion has sustained Miles ever since, in a faith she’d scorned, in work she’d never imagined. In this astonishing story, she tells how the seeds of her conversion were sown, and what her life has been like since she took that bread. The first of seven sessions began Tuesday, April 7, 2015.

The group meets at 6:00am at the Peachtree Restaurant on Highway 99 in Hazel Dell. Facilitated by Pr. Peter, the study and conversation ends when the first group member has to leave for work, usually around 7:05am. Pr. Peter supplies a reading schedule (see below). There is always an open seat at the table for newcomers and guests. For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 574-7081. Everyone is welcome. Full breakfast options range from $6-$8.

Pr. Peter invites you to be his guest at the Tuesday Morning Small Group at the Peachtree. The text Take this Bread may be purchased at in paperback ($13.04) or Kindle ($9.99) versions.

Take this Bread reading schedule
Tuseday Morning Sml Grp Sml for Web1. April 7 - chapters 1-5, paperback pgs. 3-53
2. April 14 - chapters 6-9, paperback pgs. 54-97
3. April 21 - chapters 10-13, paperback pgs. 98-140
4. April 28 - chapters 14-16, paperback pgs. 141-178
5. May 5 - chapters 17-19, paperback pgs. 179-217
6. May 12 - chapters 20-22, paperback pgs. 218-249
7. May 19 - chapters 23-25, paperback pgs. 250-280

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