Café Group - New Season!

Café is a St. Paul’s women’s group meeting the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7pm, at different “café” locations around the area. We are a combination book club & fellowship group!

Join us any time!

Don’t have time to read? No problem, just come for fellowship and discussion.

2016/2017 Schedule

DateDiscussionLeaderLocation (7pm)


Oct 11“Orphan Train”Sharp Edge Bistro

Nov 8“Wonder”Sidelines


Jan 10“First Phone Call”Pizza Roma

Feb 14“Promise of a Pencil”Crazy Mocha

Mar 14“The Hiding Place”Mike’s Place

May 9“Same Kind of Different”Sidelines

Questions? or Karen Sebolt 412-741-6541

Orphan Train (p. 278) 2013Christina Baker Kline

As she helps Vivian sort through her possessions and memories, Molly learns that she and Vivian aren’t as different as they seem to be. A young Irish immigrant orphaned in New York City, Vivian was put on a train to the Midwest with hundreds of other children in the early 1900s whose destinies would be determined by luck and chance.

Wonder (p. 320) 2012R. J. Palacio

Auggie was born with a facial difference that has kept him, up until now, from going to school. His new classmates can’t get past Auggie’s extraordinary face. This bestseller, tells the point of view of Auggie, his classmates, his sister and others. These perspectives converge into a struggle with empathy, compassion, and acceptance.

The First Phone Call from Heaven (p.336) 2013Mitch Albom

One morning in the small town of Coldwater, Michigan, the phones start ringing. The voices say they are calling from heaven. Is it the greatest miracle ever? Or some cruel hoax? As news of these strange calls spreads, outsiders flock to Coldwater to be a part of it.

Promise of a Pencil (p.288) 2014Adam Braun

Adam Braun began a successful Wall Street career but while traveling he met a young boy begging on the streets of India, who after being asked what he wanted most in the world, simply answered, “A pencil.” This small request led Braun to the organization he started with just $25 and has since built more than 250 schools around the world.

The Hiding Place (p. 272) 1971Corrie Ten Boom

Corrie Ten Boom stood with her older sister Betsie, watching a concentration camp matron beating a prisoner. "Oh, the poor woman," Corrie cried. "Yes. May God forgive her," Betsie replied. Corrie realized that it was for the souls of the Nazi guards that her sister prayed. A story of Christ's message and the courageous woman who lived to pass it along.

Same Kind of Different as Me (p.245) 2006by Ron Hall

A dangerous, homeless drifter who grew up picking cotton in virtual slavery. An upscale art dealer accustomed to the world of Armani and Chanel. A gutsy woman with a stubborn dream. An inspirational and emotionally gripping story of faith, fortitude, and friendship.