Every winter, apple trees become “dormant.” They do not produce fruit and, on the surface, it seems like nothing important is happening. They just sit there – cold, dreary, and fruitless. However, winter “dormancy” for apple trees – though it seems like a wasted season – is actually vitally important for their health and growth. Similarly...it’s winter. It’s cold. It's snowy. And COVID is still here. With our eyes on spring, warmer weather, and the hope of a vaccine, it’s easy to lose sight of what God wants to do in you right now - even in this "dormant" season. So here’s the question: How might God be inviting you to grow during this season? That's what we'll being to explore in our new series, "Be Still". Check it out here!
Author: admin (Matt Agresti)
Dear Park Family and Friends, I have a vivid memory of one morning last March. I was eating breakfast at Americana Diner with my family and in-laws who were about to leave after a brief visit. The news anchors on the flatscreen TVs were consumed with the rapidly spreading coronavirus. I was consumed with the question of what this would mean for Park. That upcoming Sunday became our first Park@Home. Despite the adaptability and excellence with which our staff were able to pivot (special shoutout to Matt Agresti), after making the decision to move worship online, I remember thinking to myself, “I hope this doesn’t last more than a month.” And nearly one year later, here we are.
Happy February! Now on with the updates...We hope you had a wonderful snowy week, and are gearing up for a super weekend. We want to keep you up-to-date on some of the big goings ons at Park, so here's a video update from Michael (click the video above). This month's update hits on:Park Kids and the Family Pastor search, Sunday gatherings, Community Groups. We hope this is helpful to keep you up to date on some big things happening at Park. Let us know what sort of updates you'd like in the future.