Join us this summer as we study some of the Psalms.

The book of the Psalms presents songs of worship, often used in the corporate worship of God’s people in Israel.  They are powerful words of praise and worship, but they are also very real in that they present the condition of our hearts and our struggles in this life.  The psalms are powerful windows into the heart of our relationship with the Lord and help for our prayer life.  The goal of this series will be to preach through various psalms, be encouraged and challenged in our prayer life (personal and corporate) and see how God is at work in our lives.


  • June 23 “Taste and See that the Lord is Good” (Praise) – Psalm 34
  • June 30 – “Make a Joyful Noise to the Lord” (thanksgiving) – Psalm 98
  • July 7 – “Tell All His Wonderful Works” (Historical Psalm – Praise, confidence in the Lord) – Ps. 105
  • July 14 – “Why Do You Hide Yourself?” (faith when God seems far away – lament) – Psalm 10
  • July 21 – “My Help and My Deliverer” (Christ’s example of trusting the Father) – Psalm 40
  • July 28 – “Have Mercy on Me, O God!” (confession) – Psalm 51  (Communion)
  • Aug 4 – “Save Me, O God!” (faith in the wilderness of life – lament) – Psalm 69
  • Aug 11 – “Trust in God Alone” (turn from idols) – Psalm 115
  • Aug 18 – “Wait for the Lord” (unwavering faith in God) – Psalm 27
  • Aug 25 – “Let Everything Praise the Lord!” (praise – call to worship) – Psalm 150
  • Sept. 1 – “Christ, Our King and Priest” (Christ is exalted) – Psalm 110