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?
Author: admin (Matt Agresti)
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!
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.
EASTER EGG HUNT
Sunday, April 10th after the service
Join us for an outdoor Easter Egg Hunt, right here at 31 Park! All children are welcome (parents too!). Invite some friends and families!
GOOD FRIDAY EVENSONG
Friday, April 15 at 6:30
Join us for this very special Good Friday service, where together we will remember and celebrate the death of Jesus for the world. We’ll sing songs, thank God, and celebrate communion together. Childcare available.
EASTER SUNDAY: 9:30 AT 31 PARK!
Come to our special Easter service, and celebrate the resurrection of Jesus with us - and the renewal we find in him! Full childcare and classes will be provided. Invite someone new!
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.
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.
How can we help Ukraine?
As you are aware, war has broken out in Ukraine. Women and children are escaping as refugees, people are injured and dying, the country is the grip of fear and grief, peace has been lost. As Michael said last week via email, we feel helpless – but we want to help anyway. So the question is, how can we help? Two ways:
through prayer and through generosity.
In our Community Groups this week, we will spend the majority of the time in prayer for the war in Ukraine. If you are not part of a Community Group but would like to join us in prayer together, contact Matt Agresti and he will connect you with a Group (hurry though, many Groups meet tonight!). You could also reach out to one of our Group leaders directly.
We give because God has given everything to us. We give because we have more than we need. We give because our brothers and sisters across the globe are in need.
We encourage you to give any reputable relief organization, such as World Vision or Convoy of Hope.
Pray and give today.
Park Church Leadership
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)”.