Matthew 20:29–34: Sight to the Blind

In Part VI of our ongoing Matthew Series covers Matthew 19:1–22:36. We’ll study several difficult teachings, parables, and miracles of Jesus, bringing us to His triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

Matthew 20:17–28: A Mother’s Request

In Part VI of our ongoing Matthew Series covers Matthew 19:1–22:36. We’ll study several difficult teachings, parables, and miracles of Jesus, bringing us to His triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

Matthew 20:1–16: The Last will be First, and the First Last

In Part VI of our ongoing Matthew Series covers Matthew 19:1–22:36. We’ll study several difficult teachings, parables, and miracles of Jesus, bringing us to His triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

Matthew 19:13–30: A Camel Through the Eye of a Needle

In Part VI of our ongoing Matthew Series covers Matthew 19:1–22:36. We’ll study several difficult teachings, parables, and miracles of Jesus, bringing us to His triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

Matthew 19:1–12: What God Has Joined Together, Let No Man Separate

In Part VI of our ongoing Matthew Series covers Matthew 19:1–22:36. We’ll study several difficult teachings, parables, and miracles of Jesus, bringing us to His triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

Follow His Way of Life

Each year at Park Church, we take several Sundays at the end of summer to rehearse and renew vision for our mission as a church: to make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God and the joy of all people.

This year, we want to clarify what we believe it means to be a “disciple of Jesus”—someone who is learning to be with Jesus and follow His way of life. Over three weeks of Sunday worship and teaching, we’ll discuss what it means to be human, to bear the image of God, to be in union with Jesus and communion with the Father, and to follow Jesus’ way of life in the most practical sense.

Be With Jesus

Each year at Park Church, we take several Sundays at the end of summer to rehearse and renew vision for our mission as a church: to make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God and the joy of all people.

This year, we want to clarify what we believe it means to be a “disciple of Jesus”—someone who is learning to be with Jesus and follow His way of life. Over three weeks of Sunday worship and teaching, we’ll discuss what it means to be human, to bear the image of God, to be in union with Jesus and communion with the Father, and to follow Jesus’ way of life in the most practical sense.

What is a Disciple?

Each year at Park Church, we take several Sundays at the end of summer to rehearse and renew vision for our mission as a church: to make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God and the joy of all people.

This year, we want to clarify what we believe it means to be a “disciple of Jesus”—someone who is learning to be with Jesus and follow His way of life. Over three weeks of Sunday worship and teaching, we’ll discuss what it means to be human, to bear the image of God, to be in union with Jesus and communion with the Father, and to follow Jesus’ way of life in the most practical sense.

Psalm 129

The Psalms give us a vocabulary and a “hymnal” for relating to God through the full range of human experience and emotion, ultimately pointing us to Jesus. This annual series, now in its eleventh year, is called “Christ in the Psalms.”

Psalm 128

The Psalms give us a vocabulary and a “hymnal” for relating to God through the full range of human experience and emotion, ultimately pointing us to Jesus. This annual series, now in its eleventh year, is called “Christ in the Psalms.”