A Common Faith is a fascinating short work by John Dewey where he proposes a pragmatic approach to religion that is in marked contrast to William James. His ideas were meant to find a way to bring us all together with respect to religious faith and action but in reality may be the source of great controversy and heated debate. In any case this quick read should inspire some good discussion.
A Common Faith is available in local libraries and in inexpensive editions from your favorite online booksellers. We have not been able to locate a public domain version on the Internet but if you run across one please share with the group.