The Psalms can speak to us like no other book of the Bible. It incorporates the whole spectrum of human emotion: joy, sadness, anger, doubt, fear, hope. It puts into words, into songs and prayers, what we often feel day-to-day. It gives us a way to express ourselves to God and provides for us the opportunity to change our perspective so that we might see as He does.

Starting August 8th you can join us in-person or online as we journey through the Psalms during the Morning Worship Service (every Sunday at 11:00 am). Bring a friend!

Psalm Reading Plan

Read two psalms a day (perhaps one in the morning and one in the evening). Do this Monday through Friday. Use the weekend to catch up if needed.

  • 8/9—Psalm 1-10
  • 8/16—Psalm 11-20
  • 8/23—Psalm 21-30
  • 8/30—Psalm 31-40
  • 9/6—Psalm 41-50
  • 9/13—Psalm 51-60
  • 9/20—Psalm 61-70
  • 9/27—Psalm 71-80
  • 10/4—Psalm 81-90
  • 10/11—Psalm 91-100
  • 10/18—Psalm 101-110
  • 10/25—Psalm 111-120
  • 11/1—Psalm 121-130
  • 11/8—Psalm 131-140
  • 11/15—Psalm 141-150

Preaching calendar

After an introductory sermon, Pastor Matt will follow the reading plan, preaching from one of the psalms read the previous week.