Daylight Savings This Sunday

Don’t forget to set your clocks forward an hour this Sunday and join us early at 9:30am for breakfast tacos and coffee. Service will begin at 10am.

Lent Guide

The theme of this year’s Lent Guide is “Unity with Christ.” We are looking at the passage in the New Testament that speak of the ways that we are not alone in our daily life, but that in so many ways God is with us and leading us along the way. Our journey this year is to become more aware of the Holy Spirit in our daily lives and how we are to be a changed people because of Him.

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. Click here to view the digital version of the Lent Guide.

Volunteer With Us

Each week we need over 20 volunteers to make Sunday morning run smoothly. One of the best ways to meet others in our church community is through serving once a month. You will serve alongside the same team of people each time you serve. The Park is in great need of people to help serve alongside us on Sunday mornings. We would love to have you join us. We have multiple volunteer teams which allow you to serve before service, during and after. If you would like to hear more about our volunteer opportunities you can click here and we will contact you with more information.

Sunday Morning Community

Join us at 9:30am before service every Sunday for tacos and coffee! This will be a time to say hello to old and new friends each Sunday morning. We hope you will join us!

Care Ministry

If you are in need of counseling of any sort, mentoring, assistance meeting a need, or prayer, we want to come along side you to assist in these things. To find out more on our Care Ministry you can click here.

Neighborhood Parish Meals

The Park has six neighborhood parishes around San Antonio which meet on the 1st and 3rd weeks of the month. We call our faith communities parishes because we desire them to be deeply rooted, faithfully present and Spirit led people who are committed to living on mission in a specific neighborhood. In other words, the name parish implies that we are accepting spiritual responsibility for our neighborhoods by seeking to join God in His renewal of the communities in which we live, work and worship in. If you need help getting get connected to a parish for our 1st and 3rd week gatherings you can click here.

Baptism

If you are interested in baptism we would love to talk more with you. For more information on baptism you can click here and a parish pastor will contact you.

Stay in Contact

If you are experiencing any hardships we want to be there to support you. If you have questions or needs we can help with, email us at info@theparksa.org.

Sunday Morning Live-Streaming

If you will be joining us online, click here to view the live-stream service.

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