It’s been two months since we last gathered together for worship at 31 Park Road. Many of us have kept in touch via Community Group Zoom calls, regularly tuning in to the Park@Home worship videos, or other means of personal communication. And yet, despite the many ways we have to connect, it’s just not the same - and I miss you. One question I’m frequently asked is, “How’s Park doing?” It’s a good question...
Category: <span>From Michael’s Desk</span>
One Way to Love Your Neighbors Today!!!
A lot has happened over the last two weeks. Daily life for most people has changed dramatically, and this new reality naturally raises many questions. How long is this going to last? Am I going to lose my job? How do I teach my kids from home while working a full-time? These are good questions. And there are many more that could be added.
One question that keeps coming to my mind again and again is, “How can we love our neighbors during this time?”
No gathering Sunday, March 15!
I wanted to reach out with an important update regarding Park Church precautions in light of the Coronavirus. Park Church will not gather for worship this Sunday, March 15. We will have more updates regarding the following Sunday (and beyond) in coming days as we learn more about the situation. We'll stay in touch via e-mail, Facebook, and parkchurchnj.com.
Humbled & Hopeful
As many of you know, the elders at Park Church have been in an ongoing conversation with Monmouth Church of Christ (MCC) about the possibility of a future together. For the past several years, MCC has prayerfully wrestled with the question of what’s next for them. Throughout this process...
The First Five (Part II)
Having arrived in New Jersey just over five months ago, I’ve been reflecting on things I’ve learned during this transition. And while there is much I’ve learned by asking questions (e.g. What’s a pork roll? Who’s “Bruce”?), what I’d like to share...
The First Five (Part I)
Having arrived in New Jersey just over five months ago, I’ve been reflecting on things I’ve learned during this transition. And while there is much I’ve learned by asking questions (e.g. What’s a pork roll? Who’s “Bruce”? A jug what?), what I’d like to share...