Cultural Engagement

Refugee Crisis

Thoughts on the Refugee Crisis, from Park’s Global Team ::

In light of the events of the last few days that significantly impact those fleeing violence in places like Syria and Iraq, our desire is that followers of Christ at Park Community Church would be aware of and have opportunities to act on behalf of the most vulnerable.

God calls us to love our neighbor and to welcome the stranger. In Matthew 25:35-40, Jesus said that what we do for the least of these, we do for him...

Why We Teach Our Children to be Christian

Before my wife and I put our children to sleep, we sing a song and pray.

Recently, they started picking up our routine. My daughter sings along. My son mumbles noises shaped like the melody. They slightly bow their heads and say amen. I’m fully aware they are mostly unaware of the details and depth of the Christian faith woven through the song and prayer. But they are picking up on something...

Laquan McDonald Statement

Our city is struggling today and we as a church body are mourning. We mourn for the family of Laquan McDonald and that those closest to him were forced to publicly relive the horrific events that occurred over a year ago. We mourn that we live in a world, with broken people and broken systems.  A world that requires a video to be brought to light before justice is served. We mourn because the imago dei (the image of God) in this young man and countless others like him has been disregarded...