What does it look like to follow Jesus at Park Church? What centers us? What are our core values and our core practices? Find out in this series!
Reimagine Park Church
Searching For Wisdom (Part 4)
Searching For Wisdom (Part 3)
Searching For Wisdom (Part 2)
Renewal: God’s Vision for the World He Loves
As we picture our vision as a church, is looks like following Jesus together for the renewal of all things. All things? All things! That’s God’s vision at least, and so it’s ours as well. But what is this renewal all about? That’s what we address in this new series that leads up to God’s ultimate act of renewal: the resurrection of Jesus.
We Are (the Church)
In our last series, we heard who Jesus is as our Messiah: our Prophet, Priest, & King. The question now is, because of who Jesus is, who are we? As his followers, and together as the community of his followers, who are we? What are we? Why are we? We’ll answer these questions in a new 4 part series called “We Are (the Church)”.
Who Do You Say I Am?
"Who do you say I am?" This is the most important question - and answer - that exists in our lives...it's a question that we answer, whether we know it or not. So who is Jesus, and more pressing, who is Jesus for you? In this series, we'll explore who he is.
On January 23, we will be unveiling a new vision from God for Park Church - a picture of what could be, because of what should be. In order to prepare us for the vision launch, we will be spending some weeks hearing about the vision that God has, and that God has given to his people in powerful ways.
Wait For It
We’re all waiting for something. In fact, it could be said that most of our lives are spent, in some way, waiting. Waiting for a relationship, a job, our financial situation to change, the pain to go away. The things we find ourselves waiting for tell us a lot about who we are, especially our deepest longings. Most importantly, they tell us about the one to whom all our longings point. This Advent, we are beginning a new series called “Wait For It.” We’ll walk through some reflections from the ancient poet/prophet, Isaiah, exploring what the things we wait for reveals about us – and how, ultimately, they point toward the God who has come to us in Jesus.
I Thank, Therefore I Am
Unhappiness, anxiety, discontentment, feeling ‘less-than’. Why do they seem to be winning the day? In part, because we’ve forgotten how to live out of gratitude. What we find when we learn to live thankful lives is that we do become happier, less anxious, more content – and more than that, we become more than what we were, we become fully ourselves, fully human – and it transforms us. Make sure you hear this series. You’ll be thankful you did.
Follow me. This is Jesus’ invitation to each and every one of us, including you. But the question is: what exactly does he mean? With this foundational series, we will answer that question in a way that is simple and yet powerful, easy to grab onto and yet the challenge of a lifetime.