Online Events

Although we cannot meet in person right now, we encourage you to join us virtually for weekly prayer or any of the upcoming events listed below.

Nancy Guthrie Women’s Summer Study

WEDNESDAYS, JUNE 10–JULY 29 • 12pm • Zoom OR
THURSDAYS, JUNE 11–JULY 30 • 7pm • Zoom

Join other women virtually for an 8-week study with Nancy Guthrie, based on her upcoming book God Does His Best Work with Empty.

Do you know what it is like to feel empty? So many of us know what it is like to experience profound emptiness in the form of disappointment, loneliness, boredom, and grief—especially now as we endure the losses that are a part of COVID-19. Over eight sessions together, we’ll see that emptiness is not a problem for God. In fact, God does His best work with “empty” as He fills it with Himself.

Learn more and register by this Friday, June 5, at the link below.

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Refresh30

Thursdays • 2pm

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A weekly, 30-minute Zoom call for the women of Park Church. This is a great opportunity to meet others and grow closer to God together.

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Weekly Prayer

We’ve always desired for prayer to remain at the heart of all we do as a church, and that remains true despite this bizarre season. We would love to have you join us online for this or any of our other weekly prayer gatherings gatherings as we learn to pray together while physically separated.

Boiler Room Prayer

Sundays • 8:30–9am

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Charles H. Spurgeon widely credited the success of his ministry to the hundreds of
people who came before each service to pray for God’s blessing. He often referred to these prayer meetings as the “boiler room”—the driving source of the power of the church. Join us as we listen and cry out to God on behalf of our church and city!

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Wednesday Midday Prayer

Wednesdays • 12–12:30pm(ish)

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Thursday Morning Prayer

Thursdays • 6:30–7:30am

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