The Small Group Platform

StudyChurch is the perfect way to keep your small group engaged every day of the week!
See How           Watch the Video

Simple and Effective Tools for Small Groups

Write Lessons

Write your own small group material whether that be companion lessons or a full blown study.

Share Answers

Interact with the lessons by answering questions and then starting conversations on each others answers.

Start Discussions

Discuss anything from the group's main page and be sure to tag members or the whole group so they are notified of the discussion.

What is StudyChurch?

StudyChurch is a group engagement platform for small groups who want to study the Bible together. Think of it like a Facebook group where your members can interact with each other. But StudyChurch is so much more than that.

It is a whole system built around your lesson material. As a group leader, you can create custom material that your group can engage with online. As they answer lesson questions, they will be able to interact with each other's answers.

It's a way to keep connected throughout the week while encouraging each other to spend more time studying the Bible.

Watch this video for a walkthrough of the software. The demo starts at the 1:47 mark. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out!


Here's your new toolbox

Create custom material for your small groups
Collaborate with your groups on study questions
Online messaging. Forget email!
Manage group assignments
Quick activity stream view of group conversations
Much more coming soon!

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