There are two things we always need, and now more than ever: Jesus and each other. That’s why we are starting Community in the Psalms—a weekly 60-minute virtual gathering where we will read, discuss, and pray a different Psalm together over the course of six weeks.


Join us on Tuesday evening (7-8, 7:30-8:30, or 8-9 p.m.). Registration for each session opens the Thursday before at 4 p.m. Each time slot will cap at the first 20 participants to register. Join us for as many of the six sessions as you’d like.

If you are currently in a community group please contact your leader for more information on how your group will study these Psalms over the next six weeks.


Apr. 21 // Psalm 13 – We Lament
This week we’ll focus on feeling our pain—we don’t have to pretend to be happy right now. This Psalm shows us how to express our hurt and sadness while trusting in Jesus.

Apr. 28 // Psalm 23 – We Follow
This week we’ll focus on following Jesus—even when life is confusing and uncertain. This well-known Psalm shows us the beauty of knowing the presence of Jesus all the days of our lives and trusting in him no matter what.

May 5 // Psalm 46 – We Sit Still
This week we’ll focus on being still before our God. Even as chaos surrounds us, this Psalm teaches the secret of being still and simply knowing that God is still God.

May 12 // Psalm 91 – We Ask
This week we’ll focus on asking God to show up. There are needs everywhere, and this Psalm points us a God who is strong and powerful to be our refuge, our strength, and our protector.

May 19 // Psalm 103 – We Praise
This week we’ll focus on praising our God—as we still have reason to praise. This Psalm tells us why by pointing us towards our fully loving and compassionate Father and leads us to bless his name together.

May 26 // Psalm 136 – We Reflect
This week we’ll focus on seeing the love of God through the generations. This Psalm opens our eyes to God’s steadfast love that has endured every age, every generation, and through every pandemic. We’ll reflect back and lean into his faithful love together.