Seeing Jesus Together includes the 2022 edition of The Community Bible Reading Journal. The “CBR Journal” was created as a discipleship tool for one small church in 2012. It was created to help the members of that church connect with God through His Word and one another in His Word daily. The CBR Journal began to spread, almost immediately, in a viral fashion around the globe.
Through friendship and word of mouth, over 100,000 copies of The CBR Journal have been provided to disciples of Jesus in at least 8 countries. A recent survey of diverse participants confirmed that The CBR Journal is highly effective at creating and/or strengthening a healthy Bible Reading Discipline in the life of a believer.
Improving upon and Adding to The CBR Journal
In 2021, the Board of ICONICITY (the 501(c)(3) that oversees The CBR Journal) gathered 75+ CBR Journal participants into Focus Groups to see if they could build a tool that would help believers engage other discipleship environments (beyond Daily Bible Reading) in a more healthy and beneficial way.
Based on those Focus Groups, ICONICITY created the first edition of Seeing Jesus Together for 2022. Seeing Jesus Together helps disciples:
- See Jesus in Solitude (the 2022 edition of The CBR Journal)
- See Jesus with One Another (3-5 men or women discipling “one another”)
- See Jesus at the Weekly Church Gathering.
Frequently Asked Questions
As you arrive, our amazing parking team will guide you where to park. This team also offers a golf cart shuttle service from the lower parking lot and further parking areas.
It’s good to arrive around 10-15 minutes to allow for parking and ensure a seat in the worship center.
As far as dress for our Sunday gatherings, you are encouraged to come as you are, whether it’s shorts or a suit. Our members and attendees typically dress casual.
Yes! Summit Kids offers classes for Base Camp (birth – 4 years), Expedition (K-3rd Grade), and Grapple (4th – 5th Grade) during the 9AM and 11AM services.
Our volunteers are trained and screened and classroom teacher-to-child ratios are maintained to ensure child safety.
If it’s your first time checking in your children, first head to the check-in desk at the Summit Kids lobby. After your first visit, you will be able to check-in using the self-service kiosks. There will be several volunteers that are available to assist you should you need help. Classes open up 20 minutes before each service begins. Once you have checked in to the system you will receive security stickers for your child and yourself. These serve two purposes:
Child Pick-up: you must present your sticker to match the child’s before they are released.
Allergy Information is printed on the sticker for quick reference for teachers.
We have a time of communion each week and invite those who are believers to partake.
Please click the link to our Belief’s Page
We use the ESV for our gatherings but feel free to use whichever translation you have.