The life of David

The Sermon on the Mount may be the best known of Jesus’ teachings, but it’s also quite possibly the least understood. Straightforward, practical, and countercultural, this text records Jesus’ description of the ordering of relationships and the expected behavior of a disciple. Join us for this eleven-week deep dive into Jesus’ most famous sermon.

Last Week's Message

Overview: The Book Of Matthew



Sermon Notes Journal

Be sure to pick up a journal as you study the Sermon on the Mount this fall! Use this resource as a tool to follow along each week with the Scripture passage and take additional notes. Journals are available for pick up in the lobby.

Book Recommendations

Below are a few recommended books to read as we study the Sermon on the Mount! You can search for these books in the church Library, on the Libby app, or at your local library/bookstore.


The Message of the Sermon on the Mount, John R. W. Stott

Relationships & Conflict

Resolving Everday Conflict, Ken Sande and Kevin Johnson


The Upside Down Kingdom: Wisdom for Life from the Beatitudes, Chris Castaldo 

Priorities & Worry

Running Scared: Fear, Worry, and the God of Rest, Edward Welch

Upcoming Electives

There will be two electives offered this fall to go along with our coordinated study of the Sermon on the Mount. Stop by a Connection Center for more information about the location and times of these classes.


“Rhythms of the Christian Life”

October 29 & November 5

“Anxiety and the Believer”

November 12 & 19

Preaching Schedule

In preparation for this 11-week sermon series, read the full sermon (Matthew 5-7) as a whole a few times—it is 111 verses and takes less than 15 minutes! You can also listen to the chapters via YouVersionEach week, come back to this overview listed below and read the Scripture verses in preparation for the upcoming week's sermon.

*Note: ABFs, Women's Bible Study, and Men’s Bible Study all have different reading plans to provide appropriate coordination and variation as we study the Sermon on the Mount together this fall.