Sundays, 10 AM
Sullivan High School
6631 N Bosworth Ave., Chicago

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Park Community Church – South Rogers Park is located in Chicago’s Rogers Park Neighborhood. Join us each Sunday as we seek to know God and make Him known.

Each message series is carefully designed with people just like you in mind: real people looking for real answers to issues they face everyday. At Park, we’re teaching God’s timeless truths from the Bible that speak to where you’re living today in your friends, family, career, and relationship with Jesus. If it’s real life and important for today, you can be sure at Park we’re talking about it.

We believe it’s what’s inside a person that matters, not the outside. At Park, we feel people should be able to come as they are, and not feel judged. If you dress up or dress down, either way, you’ll find yourself fitting right in with people who genuinely care about you.

Yes! There is free parking in the Sullivan High School parking lot and the lot off of North Greenview Ave. Click here for directions via public transportation.

We have a vibrant children's ministry for those from birth to 5th grade. Each week during the 10 AM worship gathering, our volunteers teach the Bible to kids in a fun and engaging way!

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This year we will be studying verse by verse in the book of Romans. As Martin Luther said, this epistle is "the absolute epitome of the gospel.” Together as one church we will walk through the redemptive journey - starting with the depravity of sin, the sovereign plan of God, and the victory of the cross. So often, the gospel is understood as just the ABC's of our faith. Just something to believe to have eternal salvation. We will learn in Romans that the gospel is the A to Z of our faith because it's the good news of Jesus that saves us, sanctifies us, sustains us, secures us, and satisfies us for all eternity.

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Small Groups

At Park our mission is to know God and make Him known! Our small groups are designed to equip people to know God by studying the bible, praying together and building community. We make God known as we share and reflect Christ in our workplace, homes and neighborhoods, and as we serve in the church and in our communities throughout the city. Small groups are often the source of strong friendships and a place where life transformation can take place.

+ Join a Small Group
Every week small groups meet in homes across our neighborhood, including groups for men, women, married couples, and moms. To join a small group, please follow the button below and we will get you connected!

+ Lead a Group
A small group leader disciples and shepherds people in their group to know God and to make Him known. We seek leaders who are mature in their faith, demonstrate integrity compassion and show faithfulness, availability, and teachability. If you are interested in leading a small group your first step is to attend small group leader training. More information coming soon.


Baptism is our outward expression of our inward faith. It is a way of publicly declaring that you are a follower of Christ. If you’ve never been baptized as a believer, come learn more about what Jesus says on this topic. 


As followers of Christ we are called to serve, and when we serve – we grow! We want to invited you to use your gifts and join one of our growing teams that help create an environment where people can connect with others, hear the Word of God, and worship Jesus. There are many roles open to serve at Park, and we would love to help you use your talents and experiences to lead, care for, and mobilize the church of God. 


Giving is an act of worship. It recognizes God as the owner and source of all we have. It is our cheerful response to God in praise of His radical generosity towards us.


“I thank God in all my remembrance of you, always in every prayer of mine for you all making my prayer with joy, because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now. And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus .” – Philippians 1:3-6

Our mission is simple: We exist to know God and to make Him known, and we get to do that together as one body. Partnership at Park is more than just attending meetings and gatherings. Partnership (what some churches call Membership) is for those who desire to commit to a spiritual family and the vision here at Park.

We believe God desires to accomplish great things through Park Community Church. Lives change when they come in contact with the grace of Jesus, and life change is happening all around us at Park. We invite you to prayerfully consider partnering with us in this work of God, and we are confident that He will complete the work He has begun in, among, and through each of us.

If you are ready to call Park Community Church your church home, we would love to invite you to attend an upcoming Partnership Class to learn more about our mission, vision, and how you can join our church family and partner with us in the Gospel. 





Welcome to E3 Kids, Park South Rogers Park's ministry to children from birth through 5th grade. E3 Kids is based out of a scriptural goal, "That Christ may dwell in your heart through faith," (Ephesians 3:17a) and our threefold process: to engage, equip, and encourage our kids each week. As a parent, you can rest easy knowing that your child is safe because we take safety seriously at E3 Kids. Every volunteer that interacts with your child has been interviewed and screened, including personal reference checks, a criminal background check and safety training. We are excited to serve your family and hope that you will join us at our Sunday morning service.

+ Volunteer with E3 Kids

We are always looking for awesome people to add to our volunteer teams! Our current needs are: Week 1: Nursery (Babies) and Toddlers (walkers), Week 2: Nursery (Babies), Week 3: Nursery (Babies) and Toddlers (walkers), Week 4: Loop Lead and Elementary (1st - 5th grade).

Click here to apply. 


The deacons at South Rogers Park are servants who meet the qualifications of 1 Timothy 3:8-13. The deacons at South Rogers Park serve in many ways to build up the body of Christ. Two primary ways deacons serve are through prayer and care. If you have prayer needs please contact Jason Yeager at or Delly Hansen


At Park, we are committed to reaching the World with the transforming power of the Gospel. Rogers Park is one of the most diverse zip codes in the United States. The nations are at our door. We strive to engage the cultures that God has put around us through hosting international students, volunteering at the south Asian friendship center, working with refugees and going on short or long term term Cross-Cultural Ministry Trips.

We want to be a part of your journey toward taking the next step in being global-minded followers of Jesus. Throughout the year we will have opportunities to engage and serve our refugee population, hear from and pray for our Global Partners serving overseas, support the Park 100 goal, and invite international students into our homes.

Click the button below to email Brett and Liesel Ratliff for more information on how to be involved globally.


The men’s ministry at South Rogers Park builds up men from all walks of life through God’s Word and fellowship. We meet together for a men’s breakfast on the second Saturday of each month. For more information contact Lee Grander at

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Neighborhood Outreach


Refugee Ministry
With Rogers Park having over 80 nations represented in the neighborhood and with the refugee background of so many of our neighbors, we are committed to serving refugee families because of our gospel mission. For more information or to get involved, please contact Brett ( or Liesel ( Ratliff.

Sullivan High School
We love our neighborhood high school in Rogers Park. We gather and pray for the leaders and students of Sullivan. We also serve this school by volunteering hours to paint, clean up, and meet needs at the school. If you are interested in getting involved in caring for Sullivan High School, please contact Kelsey Grander.

After School Tutoring Program
The C24/7 after school program provides opportunities for at-risk elementary students to learn, grow, and thrive in and out of the classroom. Each program day (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday) our students will be picked up by James Crockett, Executive Director and walked to the Jonquil Hotel Learning Center. During the 3 hour program (3:15pm-6:30pm) the students have set time for snacks, homework help, playtime, dinner, Bible Study and a time of personal sharing of their days. For more information, contact James Crockett at

West Rogers Park


Over the past two years God has been stirring in our hearts the desire to see a local church present in West Rogers Park that would reflect and proclaim the good news of Jesus to a community largely made up of refugees and immigrants from South Asia. 

Currently, we are taking the intentional steps of forming a catalytic team to spear-head the formation of a house church network. It is our prayer that in the years to come we will see many individuals in this unique area of the city coming to faith in Jesus and consequently forming a local body of believers that will continue to effectively share the good news of Jesus, in word and deed, to those in the area, throughout the city, and into the world.

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Our lives exist in various environments – work, home, church, school – and our prayer is that the women at Park will live for God’s glory and live on mission in those spheres of influence. Get connected and attend events such as potlucks, bible studies, morning coffee, and other events.

+ Women at Park - SRP
Women at Park SRP is marked by women of all ages coming together to be equipped in pursuing God and to grow in our faith in Jesus. We gather to develop relationships and gracefully live in authentic community with one another. We are committed to creating a safe place to bravely share our stories and share in each other’s struggles, hopes, desires, disappointments, failures and victories. Together, we encourage one another to become more like Christ and to draw our strength and identity from Him. Stay tuned for future events.

+ Moms at Park SRP
We want to empower women to seek a relationship with Jesus first and foremost, and then to see His influence and love flow through them to their families. Moms@Park meets weekly in smaller groups. We gather to learn about and study the Word, to invest time in building relationships, and to pray together. Also, there are occasional fun outings or service projects to invest in each another and our communities. Stay tuned for future events.