Opportunities and Resources for Learning and Formation


Book Study Small Group
Tuesdays at 10:00am

On Tuesday mornings at 10:00am from August - June a group of us join together to share in reflection and conversation around books. We read on a diversity of topics from many different authors as we listen, learn and grow from many voices. Many of the studies this year will also be connected to the themes in our Seasonal Discipleship Invitation.

Download The Reading Schedule

Current Book Studies

August 2-23 - The Church of The Wild by Victoria Loorz

Aug 30 - Sept 13 - Wholehearted Faith by Rachel Held Evans

Sept 20 - Oct 4 - Simplicity by Richard Rohr

October 11 - 25 - Genesis for Normal People by Enns and Byas

Nov 1 & 8 - The Lord and His Prayer by NT Wright

Nov 15 - 29 - Meeting God in the Church Year by KC Ireton

Even if you can't join us at this time we hope you can still pick up a copy and share your reflections with us. If you would like a copy of any book please email Pastor Jay


Entering the World
of the Bible

Beginning September 2022 we will start a new small group on Sunday mornings from 8:15-9:00am (before worship) to explore the fascinating and important world of our sacred texts. Each study will be 6 weeks and will cover one chapter of a book along with a 10 minute video of teaching by the author. See our upcoming studies below!

Download the reading schedule and overview of each book!

September 4 - Oct  9

  •  1 Corinthians: Searching the Depths of God by Jaime Clark-Soles

  • October 16 - Nov 20

    • The Difficult Words of Jesus: A Beginner's Guide to Jesus' Most Perplexing Teachings by Amy-Jill Levine

  • Nov 27 - Jan 15 (no meeting Dec 25 or Jan 1)

    • Parables: The Stories Jesus Told by Gregg Carey

  • Jan 22 - Feb 26 

    • Reading the Old Testament Through Jewish Eyes by Rabbi Evan Moffic

  • March 5 - April 16 - Signs and Wonders: A Beginner's Guide to Jesus' Miracles by Amy-Jill Levine (no meeting April 9)

  • April 23 - May 28 -

    • Acts: Catching Up With the Spirit by Matthew Skinner

Be Inspired