Remembering Dr. Roberto Miranda, Congregation Lion of Judah

Let us pray for and extend our compassion to our sisters and brothers at Congregation Lion of Judah, whose beloved pastor of 40 years, Dr. Roberto S. Miranda, passed away suddenly into the Lord’s presence on May 21, 2022. While we grieve this tremendous loss to the Boston Christian community, we give thanks for the power and love of God that touched many through this beloved servant of Jesus.

On FRI, JUN 3 at 7:00 PM, the City-Wide Prayer Gathering, which was already scheduled to take place at Lion of Judah, will be a special time for the Church of Boston to gather together to show support for Lion of Judah, and to give thanks for the life of this dear brother. Directions to Congregation Lion of Judah can be found here

Last year, Roberto had a conversation with Mark Booker on the Park Street Dialogues podcast. We’re re-releasing that episode now for those who might be interested in hearing Roberto’s story. You can find the podcast in your podcasting app or by clicking the button below.

Listen to podcast with Roberto

Sunday Parking Notice | May 29

Please be aware that this Sunday, Boston’s Run to Remember will take place 7:00 AM–12:00 PM. Road closures may affect parking options around the church, so we recommend planning extra time for your trip to church if you are driving. You can find a map of the course and restricted parking areas here. The Boston Common Garage will be closed from 6:00 AM–12:00 PM.

HOME Ministry – Invitation to Serve our Local Unhoused and Housed Guests

We invite you to join us in serving good food and creating a hospitable atmosphere of safety, calm and conversation in the name and spirit of Jesus, every THU evening (open to guests 5:45-7:15 PM) and/or SAT morning (open to guests 8:30–11:30 AM) in the Fellowship Hall. Please let us know your interest by completing the form below. 

We are looking to build “resilient sustainability” in the HOME community of people serving. This means 1) a core group large enough to own and share responsibilities, for the sake of safety, logistics, pastoral care of other volunteers and guests, and, 2) a larger occasional-volunteer group that can be relied upon, on aggregate, to provide capacity. This balances the need for continuity of relationship with our guests with the practical need for enough people serving sustainably over the long–term.

Questions? Contact Simon & Maria (for Saturdays), or Earle & Anna (for Thursdays) at [email protected]


Volunteer with HOME

Join a Park Street Church Welcome Team

We need your help welcoming! This opportunity is for everyone, but if you’re new to the church, this a great first step for jumping into our community. Joining a Welcome Team or Coffee Hour Team is a wonderful way to connect with others while serving. You’ll join a consistent small group to welcome others into the church at one or two services a month.

To learn more, email [email protected] or click here.

Financial Update

We are pleased to announce that the Emergency Relief–Afghan Fund and the Deacon’s Fund have healthy balances, so feel free to focus on supporting the Ministry & Operations budget and Missions budget as you consider giving in order to keep on pace with budgeted giving.

World Relief

To continue supporting World Relief’s response to the refugee crisis in Ukraine, designate your online gift to “World Relief Sunday – Ukraine” or by writing “Ukraine” on your giving envelope or check memo. Listen to a personal testimony about World Relief from Walter Kim, a former Park Street minister and current president of the National Association of Evangelicals, and visit the link below if you would like to give online. 



Alpha Marriage Course | Sundays, Jun 5–Jul 24

Sundays, JUN 5–JUL 24, 8:15–9:30 PM via Zoom

Led by Chris and Doug May

Beginning on SUN, JUN 5 and ending SUN, JUL 24, we will be presenting the Alpha Marriage Course. This biblical, practical, and very creatively presented program includes a mixture of teaching, interviews from couples of all ethnicities who have participated in the past, and practical exercises. Exercises are done only with your spouse, so introverts need not worry!

The class will be entirely on Zoom, but we hope to have a couple of outdoor gatherings if possible. If you need to miss a session or two it will be possible to redo it later in the week. There is some homework to do during the week, but it is not onerous. We will plan meet on Sunday evenings from 8:15–9:30 PM to give parents with younger children time to get them in bed. The cost is $10 for the books.

Questions? Contact Chris May

Register here

Missionary Info Sessions | Sun, Jun 5

SUN, JUN 5 after all worship services

9:45 AM, Terrace Room
12:30 PM, Sky Room
5:30 PM, Granary Room

Come hear from Greg & Amy, Park Street’s newest missionaries, as they share about their calling to serve in the Middle East and North Africa. Greg & Amy are preparing to head overseas this fall.

Questions? Contact [email protected].

College Ministry House Room Openings

The Wilson House (Park Street’s college ministry house located in Harvard Square) currently has residential openings for one guy and one gal for the fall. Twenty-somethings with a heart for undergrad ministry are encouraged to apply! Especially needed at this time are an Administrative Coordinator and a Social Media Manager. Six volunteer hours per week are required.

Contact [email protected] for an application.

Boston Fellows Program

SEP 2022–MAY 2023 | Apply by JUN 15

Find your calling! Whether your career is soaring or stuck in traffic, you need to know deep down what your work is about, beyond a paycheck, a good career move, or even that dream job. Boston Fellows is a nine-month program for early to mid-career professionals at Park Street to cultivate the insights and spiritual habits necessary for meaningful vocation, in a cohort of peers, spiritual leaders, and professional mentors. For more info and to apply, go to or contact Kelly Madden. Click here to see what the class of 2021 had to say about the program.


Freedom Trail Guides

Park Street Church is looking for parttime historical guides to curate its collection and guide tourists from late June to late August, three days a week. Please find job description and application using the link below.


Lead & Associate Preschool and Elementary Teachers 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. Values that we hold high are trustworthiness, honesty, diligence, open communication, fairness, and politeness. Park Street School offers competitive benefits, generous time off, and a meaningful work environment with like-minded colleagues.

We are recruiting for Lead and Associate Preschool and Elementary Teacher for the 2022-23 school year. We also hire for substitute teachers on a rolling basis.

Please email [email protected] for application instructions.

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].


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