Holy Week & Easter Services


Job Opening: Director of Communications

The Director of Communications is responsible for directing and managing the production of communications media of all kinds: website, social media, video media, podcast material, and printed material. To apply, please send a cover letter, resumé, and portfolio to Mike Ahearn.


Park Street Dialogues

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 his conversation with Mark, David reflects on the importance of the church being integrated into the community, and he issues a strong challenge to follow Jesus’s example as we participate in God’s mission together. David and Mark also discuss racial justice and other challenges facing the church in Boston.

New episodes are released on Tuesdays, so be sure to subscribe via Apple PodcastsSpotify, or your favorite podcast app!

Easter Memorial Flowers

On Easter Sunday, many congregants take the opportunity to donate sanctuary flowers in memory of a loved one who has passed away. To participate, please submit the name of the person being remembered and the person making the donation. All entries must be received by Monday, March 29 for bulletin acknowledgment; limit 25 characters. The cost is $20; contact Jennifer O’Mahony to submit a request!

City Engagement Conference

APR 11–18

Come aside for a few hours! The theme of this year’s City Engagement Conference is “Embody: Follow. Seek. Take.” Listen again to the call of Jesus. Hear the voices of our neighbors. See the work of God through his people in the city of Boston. Events are scheduled from APR 11 throughout the week. The conference will culminate with an exciting event you will not want to miss!

Questions? Contact the City Engagement Team


Global Engagement Projects

Sending out Short-Term Missions teams is one of the strategies we use to support the long-term goals of our Park Street missionaries and partners. Due to the global pandemic, our approach for 2021 is to develop Global Engagement Projects, which can be carried out virtually yet still make an impact for the Kingdom. We are looking for team members to use their skills in development, training, mentoring, or encouraging others in a cross-cultural setting.


Logos 2021 Workshop

Offered by SCIO (Scholarship & Christianity in Oxford), and hosted by Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC, Logos 2021 is an online workshop on museums, biblical texts, vocation, and the Christian mind.

The workshop is primarily intended for graduate students (including graduating seniors who will begin advanced studies in Autumn 2021) and Logos alumni who have completed their education. Applicants should be working in Biblical-related studies with a special focus on ancient texts and manuscripts, museum studies and education programmes, history of the Bible, reception history, ancient languages, and related disciplines. Applicants should be considering a vocation in one of these academic fields.

Email Logos at the link below to apply. The application deadline is MAR 21.


Recognition of Graduation

Are you graduating from college or grad school this year? Congratulations! We invite you to send your name, school, and degree to Abigail Herrera (undergrad) or Tim Leary (grad) by THU, APR 15 for bulletin recognition.



Emergency Relief Fund Update

The Emergency Relief Fund continues to support food pantries at our sister churches, provide materials for face masks, help workers engaged in homeless care, purchase groceries for families with a COVID-19 diagnosis, and supply our own food bank (which provides back-up to food pantries around the city). Join in the ongoing work of City Engagement and our partnerships to serve the city!


Mar 1, 2021
Mar 16, 2021
2020–2021 YTD
Total Contributions $5,108.00 $183,568.32
Total Distributions ($7,352.81) ($118,655.00)
NET (Balance) ($2,244.81) $64,913.32

Thank you for your generous giving!



Discovery Apps Hackathon

Calling All Nerds: Are you an amateur nerd, a professional code monkey, someone with strong opinions about XKCD?  Would you love to use some of the time you aren’t spending traveling this year, assisting our missionaries engaging seekers with the Gospel? If so, Park Street Church is sponsoring a Hackathon this MAY to create and improve tools used to share God’s word and replicate organically growing Christian communities in closed countries! We are in need of all skills, from graphic design to app development.

The Hackathon is scheduled for SAT MAY 15, with a few weeks of group study leading up to it. For more info visit www.parkstreet.org/hackathon or email [email protected]. Apply by APR 12

For more info visit the Missions webpage or email the Missions Office.

Women Walking Together

SAT MAR 20, 10:00 AM

Calling all women! Join us for a time of community, walking and talking about our lives, our Lents, and our Lord. Come make a new friend and/or see an old friend in-person! We will walk in small groups, socially distancing, and wearing masks at various locations around the city. Sign up and put Saturday, March 20, at 10:00 am on your calendars! (To host an additional location or ask a question, please contact Sara Robinson).


Midday Lenten Services

Join us on Wednesdays from 12:15–12:45 PM for a short virtual service from the Park Street Sanctuary on your lunch break to celebrate the Lenten season, as we reflect and prepare for Easter. Services include special music, Scripture readings, a short meditation and prayer.


All-Church Prayer for the Middle East

SAT MAR 27, 8:30 AM via Zoom

Please join us for All-Church Prayer for a special focus on our work in the Middle East. Come hear from our missionaries in that part of the world and learn more about what God is doing there. Stay connected to Missions news and updates by signing up for our monthly newsletter at www.parkstreet.org/newsletters. Questions? Contact the Missions Office


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

Live over Zoom after each service:

This link will be live immediately after the 11:00 AM and 4:00 PM services.

Prayer & Praise

Pray for the Congregation

  • “Let your steadfast love, O Lord, be upon us, even as we hope in you” (Psa 33:22);
  • Persevere in faith (Heb 10:36ff.);
  • Please our neighbors for their good, to build them up (Rom 15:2);
  • Seek repentance leading to the knowledge of truth (1 Tim 2:4).

Pray for the People

  • For our Elders: to hear and heed the Holy Spirit as they process many issues: re-opening, meeting the congregation’s needs post re-opening, setting vision/aspiration for the next 3-5 years and developing plans to address 5 areas of needed growth in our church: prayer, hospitality, shepherding, racial reconciliation/justice and the church as a family;
  • For our Deacons & Lay Leaders: compassion and strength in their service to our church family;
  • For our Global Missionaries, W&M Lee: open national borders and COVID-19 vaccinations as they prepare to return to Central Asia in the next few months;
  • For our Staff: drawing the congregation into fervent prayer according to the spiritual hunger and genuine faith that God bestows in His people;
  • Comfort, strength, and healing for the ill of body or mind;
  • Courage and assurance for those struggling with loneliness or feeling anxious or helpless;
  • Hope, opportunity, and encouragement for those seeking jobs and concerned about food and housing security;
  • Wisdom and compassion for all in positions of authority with responsibility for leadership, and clarity in their communications;
  • Perseverance in personal efforts to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus and its variants;
  • Provision for equitable distribution and safe administration of COVID-19 vaccinations.

Pray for Grace

  • To give thanks for those with whom we journey together through Lent;
  • To center on God’s word, commit to prayer, and pursue righteousness;
  • To seek a pure heart and a right spirit that contributes to a life of hope, peace, and joy.