Restorative Justice

We routinely take a few Sundays in a row to focus on our mission as a church: we exist to make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God and the joy of all people. Though many of Park Church’s people may know those words, discussing their “why” in detail helps us know where we’re going together.

This year, we want to focus on five practical areas where the mission of God propels us to live in particular ways:

  1. The Global Mission of God (January 8)
  2. Hospitality and Neighboring (January 15)
  3. Restorative Justice (January 22)
  4. Faith and Work (January 29)
  5. Sharing the Good News (February 5)

While no one is called to simultaneously grow and serve equally in every area of the Christian life, there are likely one or two areas that God may invite you into throughout the series. We invite you to pray through and consider the areas of focus above and what that might mean for you.

Hospitality & Neighboring

We routinely take a few Sundays in a row to focus on our mission as a church: we exist to make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God and the joy of all people. Though many of Park Church’s people may know those words, discussing their “why” in detail helps us know where we’re going together.

This year, we want to focus on five practical areas where the mission of God propels us to live in particular ways:

  1. The Global Mission of God (January 8)
  2. Hospitality and Neighboring (January 15)
  3. Restorative Justice (January 22)
  4. Faith and Work (January 29)
  5. Sharing the Good News (February 5)

While no one is called to simultaneously grow and serve equally in every area of the Christian life, there are likely one or two areas that God may invite you into throughout the series. We invite you to pray through and consider the areas of focus above and what that might mean for you.

The Global Mission of God

We routinely take a few Sundays in a row to focus on our mission as a church: we exist to make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God and the joy of all people. Though many of Park Church’s people may know those words, discussing their “why” in detail helps us know where we’re going together.

This year, we want to focus on five practical areas where the mission of God propels us to live in particular ways:

  1. The Global Mission of God (January 8)
  2. Hospitality and Neighboring (January 25)
  3. Restorative Justice (January 22)
  4. Faith and Work (January 29)
  5. Sharing the Good News (February 5)

While no one is called to simultaneously grow and serve equally in every area of the Christian life, there are likely one or two areas that God may invite you into throughout the series. We invite you to pray through and consider the areas of focus above and what that might mean for you.

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.

Downtown: On Mission Together

Each fall we take time to recenter around our mission as a church: to make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God and the joy of all people. This year, over the course of three Sundays, we’re going to focus on what it means to follow Jesus together. After 18 months of being scattered and separated in varying degrees, we want to remind ourselves that we weren’t at all meant to follow Jesus in isolation, but together with His people.

 

Highlands: On Mission Together

Each fall we take time to recenter around our mission as a church: to make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God and the joy of all people. This year, over the course of three Sundays, we’re going to focus on what it means to follow Jesus together. After 18 months of being scattered and separated in varying degrees, we want to remind ourselves that we weren’t at all meant to follow Jesus in isolation, but together with His people.

 

Downtown: Build Community Together

Each fall we take time to recenter around our mission as a church: to make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God and the joy of all people. This year, over the course of three Sundays, we’re going to focus on what it means to follow Jesus together. After 18 months of being scattered and separated in varying degrees, we want to remind ourselves that we weren’t at all meant to follow Jesus in isolation, but together with His people.

 

Highlands: Build Community Together

Each fall we take time to recenter around our mission as a church: to make disciples of Jesus for the glory of God and the joy of all people. This year, over the course of three Sundays, we’re going to focus on what it means to follow Jesus together. After 18 months of being scattered and separated in varying degrees, we want to remind ourselves that we weren’t at all meant to follow Jesus in isolation, but together with His people.