Matthew 9:35–38: The Shepherd & the Harvest

Jesus has certainly come to heal and transform individuals through His love and power, but He also commissions His followers to be agents of His healing power and love in a world that is ripe for a new kind of Kingdom and a new kind of King.

 

Matthew 9:14–17: Jesus & Religion

While Jesus’ arrival should have been celebrated, the meaning and joy of His arrival was missed by those who had lost sight of the meaning and purpose behind their religious practices—the hope of God’s presence with His people. Jesus had come to be that presence and to bring the dawn of a new age, and that meant everything was about to change.

 

Matthew 9:1–8: Jesus, Friends, and Forgiveness

To show the legitimacy of His authority and the scope of His mission, Jesus not only forgives the man’s sins, but also restores his body and his place within the community. In this act, Jesus is showing that He truly is the Son of God, who has the power and the authority to heal and transform people from the inside out.

Easter at Park Church Downtown

Welcome to the service replay from Easter Sunday at Park Church Downtown! Whenever you’re watching this, it’s a joy to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus together. This was also our public launch as Park Church Downtown!

 

Community

This was our third preview service for Park Church Downtown. The four Sundays in March are an opportunity to explore and get involved in our new congregation Downtown prior to our official public launch on Easter Sunday, April 4. Today we’re in a mini-series called Who Are We? We’ll discuss community.

 

The Gospel of Grace

This was our first preview service for Park Church Downtown. The four Sundays in March are an opportunity to explore and get involved in our new congregation Downtown prior to our official public launch on Easter Sunday, April 4. Today we’re starting a mini-series called Who Are We? We’ll discuss the gospel of grace.