We proclaim to you what we have seen and heard
so that you also may have fellowship with us.
And our fellowship is with the Father
and with his Son, Jesus Christ.

Ephesians 6: 6-8


breakfast Groups at Augustana vary in size, style, format, time and location. Opportunities are available for men and women, young adults and more mature adults. To find more about small group opportunities contact the church office at office@augustana.org.

A sampling of the small groups at Augustana includes:

Book Club
This group of literature lovers meets monthly (usually 6:30 pm on the third Tuesday) to discuss a book and have a potluck supper at church or at a member's home. The next book selections are:

Jan. 21--The Man Who Smiled, mystery by Henning Mankell, hosted by John and Jan Wacker
Feb. 18--My Beloved World, memoir by Sonia Sotomayor
March 18--Killing Lincoln, historical novel by Bill O'Reilly
April 15--And the Mountains Echoed, novel by Khaled Hosseini
May 20--The Company You Keep, historical novel by Neil Gordon
June 17--Crossing to Safety, novel by Wallace Stegner
July 15--Running the Rift, historical novel by Naomi Benaron
Aug. 19--Reader's Choice

Please join us~~All adults are welcome, whether or not you’ve read the book (really!).

Click here to see the books that have been read since the club began in October 2001, listed in chronological order.

Esther-Mary Circle
This group meets at 11:30 am for lunch at the Village Inn on Broadway each month on the third Wednesday, except for December. Throughout the year they enjoy several van trips together, including an annual potluck lunch at Oceanside on the coast. They also provide a ministry of hospitality and food following memorial services at Augustana. One annual event that they host is lunch and Christmas carols at the Albertina Kerr Center.
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martin NeighborSpace
NeighborSpace meets 2-4 pm every Thursday for coffee and pie prepared by Augustana's baker extraordinaire Martin Goplen (pictured at left). This social time takes place in the Augustana library, and church members are regularly joined by staff from the non-profits that call Augustana home, as well as folks who live in the neighborhood. Bring your appetite and drop by for conversation and friendship.

Youth Group 
The Youth Group of teen-agers enjoy numerous social activities, typically on Sunday evenings. All youth and their friends are welcome to participate. The Youth room will soon be renovated. Check out the new design on the poster in the narthex. See the Youth page for more information.