The group has been meeting for about 10 years and currently has a core group of six to eight members. Club member Sheila Warner said they choose books that might have a moral or spiritual theme but are not necessarily religious. The next book the group will read is Christina Baker Kline's "Orphan Train," which Warner said "asks good moral questions" and "shows how our culture has changed from that time." The novel tells the story of the fictional Vivian Daly, who was sent from New York City to the Midwest on an orphan train in 1929, the year the orphan trains ended, according to the author's website. Orphan trains transported abandoned children from the East Coast, mainly New England, to the midwest from 1854 to 1929 in search of families who would take them in.