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The service embodies the richness of worship in the Methodist tradition by being both catholic and evangelical – ministering to head and heart. In the warm and intimate setting of the chapel the congregation hears and responds to God through hymns, prayers, the reading and preaching of scripture, and weekly celebration of Holy Communion. Learn more: http://www.hpumc.org/worship/cox-chapel/
 
Hosted by Park Street Church's senior minister, Mark Booker, Park Street Dialogues is a series of conversations with the intent of connecting followers of Jesus in Boston and beyond. Mark talks with a diverse group of guests about their work and ministry in the city and their perspectives on the work of God in Boston: both in its opportunities and its challenges.
 
Charles Spurgeon was a British Particular Baptist preacher who remains highly influential among Christians of different denominations, among whom he is still known as the "Prince of Preachers". In his lifetime, Spurgeon preached to around 10,000,000 people, often up to 10 times each week at different places. He was the pastor of the congregation of the New Park Street Chapel (later the Metropolitan Tabernacle) in London for 38 years. Spurgeon was a prolific author of many types of works. Thi ...
 
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Arva Byron works at the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families, where she supports adolescents, and a Youth Minister at Roslindale Baptist Church. She and Mark discuss these vocations as well as her radio program, “Live with Arva J,” along the way considering what it means for followers of Jesus to be present in the lives of youth and al…
 
Christian and Mary Grant are seeking to bring the gospel of Jesus to teenagers in the TNT neighborhood of Dorchester in Boston. They’re doing this through a partnership between The Boston Project and Young Life. In this conversation with Mark, they share how they came into this ministry, and they explain the ministry approach of both The Boston Pro…
 
Extravagance is defined as “over-the-top, above and beyond, more than necessary, and lavish excess. In "The Offering,” Pastor Dave Gustavsen shares a story found in Matthew 26, where a woman expresses her love for Jesus in an extravagant way. Discover why we resist extravagance, why we need extravagance, and lastly, the most important kind of extra…
 
Dana Baker leads the Boston Trauma Healing Collaborative, an effort to bring together different entities in Boston that are working on trauma related issues. Dana spent 18 years on the staff at Grace Chapel working as a pastor in intercultural ministry, and she is now working to equip churches in greater Boston to bring Christ-centered healing to t…
 
Security is something that’s desired and needed by every human being – including Jesus! In “The Seed,” Pastor Dave Gustavsen addresses the need for security, the problem with security, and shows us a better kind of security.โดย Dave Gustavsen
 
David Wright is the Executive Director of BMA TenPoint, which is a merger of the Black Ministerial Alliance and the Boston Ten Point Coalition, as well as an adjunct Professor at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary's Boston Campus, Assistant to the Pastor at Peoples Baptist Church, and a board member of several other organizations in the city. In h…
 
In “The Servant,” Pastor John Dere takes a closer look at Jesus, as a servant who came into this world to love others. He compares the world’s view of prestige, to Jesus’ view. When we truly understand the sacrifice that Jesus made, his example of being a servant inspires us to live for him and not for our own selfish gain. Reflection & Discussion …
 
Betsy Cowan Neptune serves as the Chief of Economic Development for the Metropolitan Area Planning Council. In this role, she helps with the development and planning of communities and neighborhoods around greater Boston. In her conversation with Mark, Betsy talks about the challenges that our communities face, and she shares some great ideas for h…
 
Jua Robinson is the Executive Director of Boston Collaborative, an organization that connects networks of Christians to each other and to organizations that help Boston flourish. In this conversation with Mark, he shares his heart that Christians would become known for the key contributions we make to the flourishing of our city. He also tells the …
 
In “The Shepherd,” Pastor Ted Voltmer details Jesus, the Good Shepherd. As the Good Shepherd, Jesus, loves us, helps us, guides us, and protects us in our daily lives. His life demonstrates committed love. As we follow His example, we are called away from being self-focused, from doing “just enough,” and striving to look good. Instead, our lives be…
 
Bryan Wilkerson, senior pastor at Grace Chapel in Lexington, joins Mark Booker for a conversation about Boston culture, challenges in the life of the church, and ways that Boston churches can learn from and work with each other. Bryan tells the story of how he came to have a heart for the city and how that led to a regular gathering of pastors that…
 
In the first message of “The Cross-Shaped Life” series, "The Lamb," Pastor Dave Gustavsen takes a closer look at how Jesus, the Lamb of God, lived with great vulnerability. He didn’t play it safe, and exposed himself to harm and loss all the time. What might it look like for us to live with this same vulnerability? We could choose to take risks, ra…
 
Barry Kang, lead pastor and planter at Symphony Church in Boston, talks with Mark Booker about his call to pastoral ministry and his move to Boston in 2010 to plant a church that would reach college students. Barry and Mark also discuss how Symphony Church is seeking to serve the city and the challenges they face in doing so. In addition to leading…
 
In "Reason #6: The Church is Anti-Science" Pastor Dave Gustavsen takes a closer look at the perception that the church opposes science. Throughout history, there have been times when the church has been very anti-science. If we interpret the Bible responsibly and accurately, we can come to a place where science doesn’t threaten our belief in Script…
 
Culture has made big strides in recognizing and valuing women. Yet, within the church, people see certain doors that are only open to men. And for some people—both men and women—this is a big reason that they’re done with church. Pastor Dave Gustavsen and Heather Horn address these issues in "Reason #5: The Church Represses Women." The following bo…
 
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