The Psalms are the prayer book, the song book, and the journal of the people of God. They are the God breathed prayers of people honestly expressing the full range of human emotion to God. And they are the prayers Jesus prayed on the cross. In our summer Bible study, we immerse ourselves in the Psalms as we learn to pray.
Sundays, 10am, June 18 - September 3
Greenman Elementary (729 W. Galena Blvd, Aurora)
Read the entire Psalter this summer by reading 3 Psalms a day, 5 days a week, for 10 weeks. Or read the Psalter each month by reading 5 Psalms a day for 30 days. Read them all at once or morning, noon, and night. Try memorizing the Psalms with an * next to them.
Download the reading plan and check out all of the other resources below!
6/18 — Psalm 42: Praying the Psalms, Fr. Trevor McMaken
6/25 — Psalm 77: Praying When Depressed, Casey Solgos
7/2 — Psalm 133: Praying in Unity, Fr. Trevor McMaken
7/9 — Psalm 89: Prayers of Lament, Pastor Scott Cunningham
7/16 — Psalm 95: Family Service (City Kids Leaders)
7/23 — Psalm 107: Praying for Redemption, Casey Solgos
7/30 — Psalm 62: Prayers of Trust, Fr. Brett Crull
8/6 — Psalm 127: Praying for Generations, Fr. Trevor McMaken
8/13 — Psalm 119: Praying with Children, Fr. Trevor McMaken
8/20 — Psalm 27: Praying through Beauty, Pastor Bonnie McMaken
8/27 — Psalm 78: Praying from Rest, Fr. Trevor McMaken
9/3 — Psalm 46: Praying in Obedience, Fr. Trevor McMaken
Books (to read with, not instead of the Psalms)
Art & Music
Found is the story of Psalm 23 by the author and illustrator of the Jesus Storybook Bible, Sally Lloyd-Jones and Jago.
Download the Psalms response booklet that City Kids are using each Sunday.