We would like to briefly share what we have come to understand as being truly important in our church.
This is a sense of what I believe is of utmost importance to the family life of our church.
- Pastor Mike Fraga
Songs of praise & worship and reading God’s Word together focuses our attention on Jesus and prepares us to hear God’s Word.
Prayer is always offered for the needs of the people in our church, our loved ones who are not, and for God’s will to be accomplished in our world.
Pastor Mike considers biblical preaching a sacred trust.
Through prayer, study, and reliance upon the Spirit of God, he brings a message that points us to the glory of Christ.
We believe that when God’s Word is faithfully proclaimed, God’s voice is truly heard.
It’s a time to recharge and reconnect with one another over dinner.
We discuss our thoughts and questions about the Sunday message and discover new insights that were not shared on Sunday.
In our highly spiritualized culture, it’s easy to absorb wrong ideas about God—and then pass those wrong ideas or assumptions to our children and to others. Wrong ideas about God make the Bible confusing and hinders our spiritual growth.
We desire to be a people who "worship God in spirit and in truth."
True worship always combines heart and head, emotion and thought, affection and reflection because truth without emotion produces dead orthodoxy and a church full of artificial admirers; and emotion without truth produces empty excitement and cultivates people who refuse the discipline of rigorous faith-building thought.
"Dinner & a Bible" is the place where we study the Bible in an interactive way.
New Hope Opportunities is a community center in the heart of the most dangerous city in the
world, San Pedro Sula, Honduras. We provide educational opportunities for children, youth and
adults so that they can have hope for a better future. We are known in the community as “The
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Each January a group from Parkside Church and their friends make their way to our Honduras
The team brings much needed medical care to hundreds of people each year who could otherwise receive little to no help at all.
Over the years, the Mas Vida team has seen thousands of patients.