Small Group Resources

We were created to be in relationship with others, but it can be difficult to know where to start. At St Matthew, small groups are a great way for you to start connecting with others and begin experiencing life and fulfilling community together. We’ve assembled resources here from St Matthew and other places that you can use in your group to get into God’s Word together.

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Watch the videos on your own, as a family, or even as a small group. For a small group, with some of the resources above, you can all watch the videos on your own and then gather online to talk about and unpack what you learned.

For 2021, RightNow Media has assembled Bible Study Roadmaps that you can use with your group.

Small Group Discussion Guides

Use these discussion guides with your group, family, or even on your own to unpack and dig into God’s Word. 

Nehemiah 1-2, 4 Small Group Questions

Nehemiah 1-2, 4 Small Group Questions

Week 38 Nehemiah 1-2, 4Sometime after the Jews began to return from Babylon to the land of Israel, a man named Nehemiah caught the eye of King Artaxerxes, the emperor of Persia. He became the mighty monarch’s personal cupbearer—the man who tasted the emperor’s wine...

Daniel 6-7 Small Group Questions

Daniel 6-7 Small Group Questions

Week 37 Daniel 6-7As you read through the Scripture, choose from the following questions to guide discussion in your group. Don't feel that you need to talk about all of them.  Read Daniel 6 In Daniel 6:7 the original conspirators drag other groups into their scheme....

2 Kings 5 Small Group Questions

2 Kings 5 Small Group Questions

Week 35 2 Kings 5As you read through the Scripture, choose from the following questions to guide discussion in your group. Don't feel that you need to talk about all of them.  Read 2 Kings 5   When this story takes place, the people of Aram and Israel were...

1 Kings 18, 2 Kings 2 Small Group Discussion Questions

1 Kings 18, 2 Kings 2 Small Group Discussion Questions

Week 34 1 Kings 18, 2 kings 2As you read through the Scripture, choose from the following questions to guide discussion in your group. Don't feel that you need to talk about all of them.  Read 1 Kings 18:16-40   After announcing to wicked King Ahab the beginning...

2 Kings 22 Small Group Discussion Questions

2 Kings 22 Small Group Discussion Questions

Week 33 2 kings 22Josiah's Reforms Josiah becomes king of Judah at the age of eight. He is the ideal king—ranking with his great-grandfather Hezekiah as a fitting descendant of King David. Assyria’s power is fading, which leaves Josiah free to make religious reforms....

Isaiah 6, 52-53 Small Group Discussion Questions

Isaiah 6, 52-53 Small Group Discussion Questions

Week 32 Isaiah 6, 52-53ISAIAH’S VISION OF GOD AND HIS CALL TO BE A PROPHET Isaiah is called to be a prophet in 742 bc—the year of King Uzziah’s death. Uzziah has enjoyed a long reign, but lived in isolation as a leper during his last years. Isaiah has an awe-inspiring...