Good Morning!

One of the Core Values at the Park is Story. The reason for this is that the Bible is a collection of stories. These stories tell of a perfect God and his pursuit of an imperfect people. This pursuit is never ending. We are seeing that unfold at every turn of the page in the scriptures.

You have a story. God is writing his next chapter of you today. The challenge for us is to see what He is up to in the day to day flow of life. The real key is to not just know He is unpacking His story, but to tell it to others. I think you would agree that the story’s we hear of redemption, compassion, and sacrifice inspire us to live differently. This is because God is the inventor of story and His is the best there will ever be. It may be hard to see sometimes, but He is still interacting with His people, so continue to tell the stories of what God is doing.


There are a few other things going on around the Park that we want you to know about:


Exodus Community Groups: Community Groups at the Park track with the Sunday sermons. Starting this Sunday, we are going to be studying Chapter 2 of the book of Exodus. Any time we start a new book of the bible we engage our community to find out if anyone would like to join a new group. Since community is a core value of the Park, we encourage everyone to get into a Community Group. You can find a current list of groups at:
If you have questions, contact Chris at




Missional Partner Spotlight: At the Park we partner with individuals and organizations around our city and the world to extend the great message of the gospel through words and actions. We pray for these partners as well as help fund many of their projects, initiatives, and personal needs. For a complete list of our current partners go to:


Blueprint Ministries is a non-profit organization in the heart of urban San Antonio that provides servant leadership training for youth and adults while restoring homes for elderly, disabled and low income residents.
Blueprint Ministries exists to:
  • Be part of the urban San Antonio community by sharing Christ’s extravagant love, hope and grace.
  • Serve the elderly, physically disabled, and low income homeowners of San Antonio by rebuilding, renovating and improving sub-standard housing.
  • Provide servant leadership opportunities for youth and adult volunteers as they rebuild homes.

Dee Dee Sedgwick leads the charge at Blueprint and does an amazing job instilling passion to so many and modeling servant leadership in our city. If you have any questions about Blueprint please contact them at:


Read Exodus 2 a couple of times this weekend and come ready to take some notes.


Have a great weekend and we look forward to seeing you Sunday!