Park Church is one church in two congregations:
Capacity is limited at all services, so please RSVP by using the links above if you are planning to attend. While we do leave space for last-minute attendees to walk in and join us, your RSVP helps us plan and be prepared to notify you of any exposures that may occur. At both congregations, our 10am service is streamed live and replayable later.
Note: Please park at the Masonic Center at Federal and 36th, if possible. This is an easy, practical way to love and serve our neighbors.
Our children’s ministry, Park Kids, is available online and in-person. Our in-person ministry makes use of pre-registered cohorts for regular Park Church attenders in order to follow state and local guidelines for meeting safety. For visitors, we have reserved many in-person kids’ spots in each Park Kids classroom so kids can join us day-of as needed.
Tradicción al Español
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What are our services for?
We come together on Sundays for worship that is shaped both by the ancient rhythms of the Christian church and the conviction that we gather in order to be with our God through the work of Jesus. Our services typically last about an hour and a half.
What is the service like?
Our Sunday gatherings loosely follow a liturgy (order of service) that the Church has followed for hundreds of years. This liturgy is shaped by and centered on the good news of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. We begin every service by reading a CALL TO WORSHIP from Scripture, reminding us of who God is and all He’s done. This leads us to respond in worship through song. In light of God’s holiness, we become increasingly aware of our sin, which leads us to acknowledge our sins through a PRAYER OF CONFESSION. We corporately and personally confess our continual need for God’s mercy and forgiveness. After another song we are ASSURED OF PARDON as God’s promises from Scripture are read over those who have put their trust in Christ’s work on the cross in their place. Together we respond by saying, “Thanks be to God!”
Following the assurance, the biblical passage for the SERMON is read over us. After the reader acknowledges that “this is the Word of the Lord”, we corporately respond by saying, “Thanks be to God!” Through the sermon, the Word of God is then explained and preached to us. The sermon culminates in COMMUNION, where all those who believe that Jesus is Lord and has died and is risen are invited to come forward, take bread, dip it into wine and celebrate the grace that is ours in the body and blood of Jesus. Each week, our service ends with a BENEDICTION or “sending,” where we are blessed and sent into our city as missionaries, reminded that God goes with us as we bear witness to His glory in our various vocations.