I’ve confessed before: I find preaching on the Psalms to be a difficult exercise.
So last summer, we devoted all of July to Psalm 23 in a series called Still.

This summer, we’re back at it again.
Psalm 146-150 — the last five songs in the Psalter — represent a crescendo of praise that concludes the whole collection.

So we’re going to spend five weeks living in those Psalms.

Five weeks exploring what we would sound like if our worship was based more on Israel’s song book than our own understanding of things like “praise,” “church,” or even “music.”

It starts with an experience based on Psalm 146 called “Tell.”


8:30. 10. 11:30.