Study Guides

Designed with our community in mind, these studies are created as a tool to help groups of all kinds and sizes to spend time in God’s Word and connect with each other. To get connected with a community group, email

The Book of James: Undivided

In addition to hearing James preached on Sundays and studying it together in many of our community groups, we have created a Daily Readings Guide (five readings for each week) for you to go through James independently, with your family, or alongside a friend. The book of James speaks into our lives in powerful ways so it’s valuable to reflect on smaller sections and consider how they can transform us. We hope these notes will help us to not merely be hearers of the Word but also doers.

Hebrews: True and Better

The book of Hebrews speaks to followers of Jesus who are growing weary, facing opposition and discouragement, and in danger of drifting or departing from their faith. Hebrews encourages these weary saints to keep moving forward by pointing them back. While God has revealed himself in different ways in the past, he has revealed himself finally in Jesus. While God has worked to save in amazing ways through history, God has given us an unshakable salvation in Jesus. We can hold on to Jesus because, while there are many shadows, he is the reality. While many things offer us hope, he is the anchor for our souls who holds on to us. Jesus is our true and better salvation who brings true and better hope to weary saints.

John: The God Who Is

“The light shines in the darkness, but the darkness has not overcome it.” This light shines in our dark world because God has come near. John’s Gospel tells us what happened when God became flesh and made his dwelling among us. As God encountered broken people. As God demonstrated his authority over sickness and sin. As God revealed his glory in our dark world. In the person of Jesus, we have seen God’s glory, full of grace and truth. Join us as we hear from John’s Gospel, and behold the glory of the God who is.

Philippians: A Reason to Rejoice

Paul’s letter to the Philippians is very much applicable to our lives during this unprecedented season. His letter reminds them and us that amidst these challenges we have a reason to rejoice: our King and Savior, Jesus Christ.

The Unstoppable Word

The book of Acts tells the extraordinary story of how the church was built. From humble beginnings in a Middle Eastern city, Christianity quickly spread through the Roman Empire and from there unto the ends of the earth, carried along by the Spirit of God. Join us this summer as we study God’s unstoppable word and its power as seen in the book of Acts.