We hope you all are off to a great start this new year! Just a few things to keep in mind this week.
It’s time for elder nominations! If you don’t know what that means, or if you have an idea but would like to learn more about how eldership works at Park, keep reading.
NOVEMBER AT PARK CHURCH!
There's a lot going on over during the month of November at Park. So take a look below and mark your calendars!
COMMUNITY GROUPS ARE BACK!
We’re happy to announce our fall season of Community Groups is starting back up on the week of the 18th!
REMINDERS & UPDATES
I was so grateful to see and hear from so many of you at our Park Family Meeting on Sunday. Some of the questions that were asked and comments that were made are already bearing fruit in beautiful and unexpected ways.
Just In Case You Missed It …
On Sunday we took a moment to name and thank God for a few individuals who are stepping up to fill in some gaps on our staff and volunteer teams. In case you missed it, here they are.
Announcing Our New Interim Communications Director!
As many of you know, Associate Pastor Matt Agresti’s transition to Central Baptist has left a significant hole in the day-to-day operations of Park. For example, who will take on the important communication responsibilities that Matt so faithfully stewarded?
Some bittersweet news…
Easter is a reminder of God’s commitment to renewal. What God did for Jesus by raising him from the dead, He has promised to one day do for all creation and has begun to do in and through us, His people. And while it’s exciting to join God in doing a new thing; it can also be hard. Painful even. Change often is.
So it’s with a bittersweet feeling that I want to share some big news.
Matt Agresti, Park Church Associate Pastor of Worship and Communication (and so much more) recently accepted the call of
Renew. Spring 2022.
Once per season, we'll be producing and distributing a newsletter with stories, updates, and prayer requests. It'll be written from a variety of voices from within Park Church, representing various ministries. We are excited to get the first edition into your 'hands' on this Good Friday.
Important mask updates!
As you have no doubt experienced, facing the COVID-19 pandemic has been a long road to travel. As a church, we’ve learned a lot, we’ve made some mistakes, but we have always strived to face it consistently by prioritizing loving God through loving our neighbors. In turn, you have responded wonderfully: bearing with us through outdoor services (including a rainy Christmas Eve!), video worship experiences, and various other restrictions – including masks. Thank you for your graciousness and patience.
With that being said, we are pleased to announce that as of this Sunday March 6, we are no longer asking or requiring anyone to wear a mask.