Bible Journaling

Bible journaling is a creative way approach to the discipline of reading the Bible. By using pens, markers, colored pencils, and other creative tools you can meditate on God's Word. Some people choose to journal as an expression of private devotion or meditation, as an act of worship, or simply as a way to relax. No previous experience or skills are needed - Simply embrace Bible Journaling with an open mind and a willingness to experience scripture creatively.


Upcoming Events


September 1, "Get Connected," Celebration Campus at 7pm


October 6, "Let Go, Let God," Celebration Campus at 7pm


November 3, "Gratitude," Celebration Campus at 7pm


December 8, "Christmas Gathering," TBD


January 5, "The Quiet Soul," Zoom Call, 7pm


February 2, "Love One Another," Zoom Call, 7pm


March 9, "Lenten Theme," Our Saviour's Campus, After Service


April 6, "Lenten Theme," Our Saviour's Campus, After Service


May 4, "Nurturing Women," Celebration Campus, 7pm



Looking to get involved

in Bible Journaling?

"Bible Journaling is an opportunity to study a verse in scripture. Read the verse and re-read it so that you can reflect on what it means to you and how it makes you feel. You can then express that feeling in your journaling as you underline, highlight, write, draw, color, or paint with watercolors in your Bible. (Yes, you have permission to write in your Bible!) This time of reflection is a quiet, peaceful time to pray and meditate."

- Donna Finke


Looking for ways to do Bible Journaling in a group setting? Check this page with updates on upcoming events or email Jean Jepson.


Looking to experience Bible Journaling on your own at home? Check out these simple instructions


Need a Bible to journal in? Contact Jean Jepson at jeanjepson@oursaviours.com.