Safety Protocols for In-Person Sunday Morning Gathering
As we continue to rent Aggie Park for the next month, we are bound by their rules. Like many private businesses, they are still requiring people to wear masks when inside the facility, so we will also ask you to do the same. If sitting inside, please continue to keep your mask on for the entirety of the service. As we consider our next meeting space, we will reevaluate based on the rules of the space, CDC guidelines, and TEA guidelines. So for the next month, masks are required inside of the facility at Aggie Park. As always, you are welcome to drop the mask if sitting outside for worship. We will continue to live-stream our services for those of you who are taking extra precautions or just prefer to not wear a mask at all. We love all of you, respect your opinions, and pray you will be patient as we struggle to navigate this season.
Good Friday Tenebrae Service
‘Tenebrae’ means darkness or shadows. As we come to the end of Lent, we begin a journey into darkness to a place of deep shadows. This service is a somber service where we read scripture from the last week of Jesus’ life and sing together. We enter into the depth of sadness and darkness that would have been felt after Jesus died on the cross, before Easter Sunday. This service is a preparation to celebrate Easter Sunday morning. Click here to join us on April 2nd for a streamed Tenebrae Service at noon.
Easter Sunday Registration
Join us for our Easter events on Easter Sunday. We will have a photo op, egg hunt, and a children’s service prior to our 10 am church service. Events start at 9:15am, so come early to join in on the fun! To register to attend Easter Sunday you can click here.
Lent Guide: Journey to the Cross
We want this season of Lent to be one where together we are not just meditating on the things of God, but one where we are practicing them together. In order to help with this, we have created this Lent Guide that includes mediations, prayers, and some practices for us to do together. To view our Lent guide, worship playlist, Daily Office and more, click here.
Missional Partner Need
Jacob and Alison Kemp are two of our long time Missional Partners currently serving in Albania. We are excited that they will be coming back to San Antonio for the summer! Their family is currently looking for a car and a place to rent or stay for free while in San Antonio, May 9-August 24. If you are able to help support the Kemps, you can contact Jacob and Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is open two weeks in advance to join in person at Aggie Park at 10am. Click on the links below to register to attend. Indoor and outdoor (weather permitting) seating options are available with safety protocols put in place. Please review our safety protocols prior to attending by clicking here.
Click here to join the live-stream service each week. This is a new platform to view our streamed services which allows all of our online viewers to interact with one another in one place.
We believe baptism represents a special time in the life of the believer and in the church. Baptism is a sacramental work of the Holy Spirit that is an outward sign of an inward change in the life of a follower of Jesus. We are planning a baptism service in May. If you are interested in learning more about baptism or signing up to be baptized, click here and a pastor will contact you.
If you have a child who would like to be dedicated, we will have a dedication service on Mother’s Day this year. To sign up, please click here. If your child would like to be baptized you can contact us for resources to do with your child prior to getting baptized. Contact Family Ministries at FM@theparksa.org for more information.
If you’re looking for more ways to connect with others we want to help! We have prayerfully thought through how to best disciple and form deeper relationships among our church in 2021. If you are interested in finding out more information you can click here. We would love to reach out and share more with you!
If we can pray for you, please contact your parish pastor directly or you can submit a prayer request by clicking here. We have a prayer team who will join you in prayer.
Stay in Contact
If you are experiencing any hardships during this time, we want to be there to support you. If you have questions or needs we can help with, email us at email@example.com or you can click here to submit a request. If you are able to offer assistance to others you can click here.