Wondering what to do this summer? We’ve compiled a list of summer reading resources — including books, studies, devotionals and plans — to stay refreshed in God’s Word and to continue growing along your faith journey.
Check it out here.
Access your guide for our 2023 Park Church “Activate and Engage” Ministry Fair.
Graduates will be recognized during the 9:45 a.m. worship service on Sunday, June 11, 2023. If you are a graduating high school or college/university student, and a member of The Park Church, please complete this form no later than Monday, May 22nd in order to participate in Graduation Sunday festivities.
By completing this survey, you’ll help The Park Church become a truly inclusive church. The P.L.U.S. Ministry will use survey responses to determine the best “next steps” for serving families affected by disability.
You can complete this survey in one of two ways:
The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women shares fast facts and more health insights on women and cardiovascular disease.
This book aims to accelerate current and inspire future efforts toward the vision of justice expressed through a Church united across racial, ethnic, and tribal lines.
What Does God Require of Everyone?
Two spiritual leaders and friends—one Black, one White—have seen the injustice and racial hatred that has simmered under the surface of culture for decades, escalating in recent years.
In Required, Bishop Claude Alexander and Dr. Mac Pier, both theologians and practitioners who have crossed the racial divide for over thirty years, take their readers down the pathway of awareness, ownership, and action regarding how Christians participate in the conversation of race from a faith perspective.
Readers will be shown how they can:
- Engage their world with justice, humility, and mercy.
- Model behaviors that bridge difficult divides.
- Follow God’s call toward conciliation and unity.
- Make a practical difference in their own spheres of influence.
The vision of this book is to accelerate current and inspire future efforts toward the vision of justice expressed through a Church united across racial, ethnic, and tribal lines. Over forty Christians and Christian organization, institution, and movement leaders strongly endorse Required as a must-read book on overcoming racial division.
Bible Project designed “One Story that Leads to Jesus” to inspire and equip you to read through the entire Bible in one year. This plan incorporates over 150 animated videos to engage you in the Bible’s brilliant literary design and flow of thought. To receive a weekly reflection guide that corresponds with this one-year reading plan, sign up at bibleproject.com/study.
Get started with The Park Church Counseling Ministry. We provide:
- Counseling: focuses on mental health and emotional well-being
- Spiritual Direction: focuses on experiencing God’s presence, spiritual disciplines and discernment of God’s voice
- Coaching: focuses on career and other significant life transitions
Looking for a dope playlist to listen to while you’re at home?