Experiencing Forgiveness - Registration Now Open for New Christian Education Class| SUN, OCT 17, 24, 31 | 9:50 am & 5:30 pm

Led by Rev. Michael J. Balboni, Ph.D.

This three-week seminar, beginning on SUN, OCT 17, discusses what forgiveness means, and how we can offer it to those who transgress us.  The seminar will engage questions such as: What is the nature of forgiveness?  Must I forgive someone who does not ask for forgiveness?  What is the relationship of forgiveness and justice?

The seminar will also provide practical strategies toward experiencing emotional release from anger, hurt, and frustration through exercises that overcome victimization narratives, deepening of empathy, developing a humble altruism, and maintaining a heart of forgiveness even in fractured relationships. This seminar is based on the psychoeducational REACH intervention of Dr. Everett Worthington, a Christian and the leading psychology researcher in the field of forgiveness.

This course is available at 9:50 AM and 5:30 PM on Sundays, OCT 17, 24, and 31.

This class will have both in-person and virtual options. Please register below.


Ezekiel: Prophet in Exile (Season Two) - Registration Now Open for Christian Education Class |Sundays | 9:50 am

Led by Drs. Elaine and Perry Phillips, this course begins SUN, OCT 17 and will continue on Sundays until March.

In our first year of studying Ezekiel (chapters 1-18), we encountered intertwining theological emphases: the glory of God; the idolatry of God’s rebellious people; the judgment of exile and promise of return. These themes continue through ch. 24 and will be our initial focus in the fall. The Lord’s Word through Ezekiel transcends temporal and spatial boundaries; we have sobering lessons to learn.

This is an in-depth scriptural exploration of the writings of the prophet Ezekiel. The class is lead by Elaine Phillips and her husband, Perry. Elaine served as a Professor of Old Testament at Gordon College.

New students are welcome. Virtual and in-person options are available. 


Nominations for Candidates for the Nominating Committee

The PSC Deacons’ Subcommittee, tasked with finding candidates for election to the Nominating Committee (who in turn find candidates for election to the Board of Elders), respectfully requests nominations from the PSC membership.  Please contact any member (Heather Lewis, Kirstin Peltz, Christine Vasko, Wally Weld) of the subcommittee with your nominations. 


Scripture Memorization

During “The Gospel of God” Sermon Series this fall, we’ll be working to memorize scripture together as a church. If you haven’t already, be sure to pick up one of the scripture memorization cards of Romans 1:1–7 and Romans 1:16–17  which be available on the back table of the sanctuary and in the Welcome Center. 

Help With Hospitality | Sundays | All Services

The hospitality team is looking for some help setting up refreshments on the Common for Outdoor Coffee Hour during the next couple of weeks, including this Sunday. If you are interested in helping at one of the services, please click the link below to sign up. 


Finances God's Way | SAT, OCT 16 | 10:00 am–3:00 pm

Sort yourself out financially: God’s precepts and practices for personal money management. 

God can give you a sense of peace and control in managing your personal finances with rock-solid principles, and doable best practices. Join a conversation with Yvonne Mitto, Executive Director of Compass New England – Finances God’s Way, and Francine Stafford, Personal Financial Coach. There will be a seminar, interaction, and small-group discussion on topics such as debt, budgeting, saving/investing, and generosity/giving. This event is hosted by Boston Fellows and is open to all. The cost is $15 and lunch is included. Please register by using the link below.

Questions? Contact Boston Fellows


Details about these and other events can be found on the events page!


Second Sunday Meals | SUN, OCT 10 | after all services

Bring your picnic blankets and join us as we eat a meal together on the Common directly across from the church on SUN, OCT 10 following all three services. The meal will be provided. 

If you are interested in helping prepare or serve this meal, please refer to the “Help With Hospitality” paragraph above. 


Park Street All–Church Prayer: October Schedule


  • SAT, OCT 9, 8:30 AM: led by Michael Balboni via Zoom
  • FRI, OCT 15, 7:30 PM: led by Kimberley Morrison via Zoom
  • SAT, OCT 23, 8:30 AM: led by Park Street Missions, Focus on Central Asia via Zoom
  • SAT, OCT 30, 7:00 PM: Mizpah Prayer Awakening

Questions? Contact Michael Balboni: [email protected]

Please pre-register below for all virtual Park Street Prayer events. 



In-Person Worship Service COVID Guidelines

In-Person Worship Guidelines 

8:30 AM–Masking required for all attendees.
11:00 AM & 4:00 PM–Masking is not required, though attendees are very welcome to wear masks. Masking is strongly advised for all who are unvaccinated during the services and while in the building.
Balcony Seating–Reserved at all three worship services for socially distanced seating and for those wearing masks.
Fellowship Hall– Streaming of the 11:00 AM & 4:00 PM services is provided. Attendees will observe masking, social distancing and no singing.

To see a fuller explanation of our COVID-19 guidelines, please visit our webpage at


Details about these and other events can be found on the events page!


Administration Assistant

Park Street Church is looking for qualified applicants for the Administration Assistant position. This position’s responsibilities include being trained on and mastering PSC’s church management software platform, Realm (an ACS Technologies product), providing production support for the church bulletin and other communications media, assisting with digital components of church communication, assisting with Annual Meeting preparation and execution, assisting the Church Administrator by handling requests for information, requests for technology assistance, and other matters.

Please send applications to [email protected] 


Staff Accountant

Park Street Church is looking for qualified applicants for the Staff Accountant position. This position’s responsibilities include managing the Accounts Payable (A/P) function including vendor invoice processing (and negotiating), A/P accounting, check generation, ACH A/P payments, A/P filing, etc. It also includes interacting with staff to verify invoices and account coding, generating monthly reconciliation of key accounts and funds, managing monthly credit card statement processing, including uploading receipts on behalf of the Church Administrator and others as needed, as well as other tasks.

Please send applications to [email protected]


Director of Facilities Management

Park Street Church is looking for qualified applicants for the Director of Facilities Management. This position is responsible for managing Park Street’s downtown properties, as well as overseeing the stewardship of the Wilson House campus in Cambridge, MA, and the operational infrastructure (mechanical, electrical, security, HVAC, technological, etc.) of these critical assets. The position is also responsible for safety and security of the church’s properties and the church’s technology footprint and its efficient and secure operation.

Please send applications to [email protected].


Open Positions at Park Street School

Exemplifying a Christian worldview, Park Street School is an equal opportunity employer and is continuously striving to maintain a faculty and staff with varying backgrounds and cultural experiences. We are reviewing applications for the following positions:

– Grade K-2 Associate Teacher 
– Educational Technology Specialist
– Director of Finance 

If you are interested in being considered, please contact [email protected]

Details about these and other opportunities can be found on our jobs page!