Building Into the Next Generation
We are looking for an Information Technology Administrator to be responsible and accountable for the smooth running of our computer systems. This person will supervise the implementation and maintenance of our computing needs. The ideal candidate will be able to manage our current system while looking for ways to grow our networks in a cost-effective way to meet future needs. The IT Administrator will be responsible for developing network maintenance and growth plans, managing the MSP, as well as other vendors while keeping the executive team up to date on the latest networking technologies.
On March 29, AD 33, Jesus entered the city of Jerusalem and boldly predicted that he would soon be put to death―executed on a cross, like a common criminal. So began the most important week of the most important person who ever lived.
Can you serve with us at this year's Basics conference for pastors?
Location: The Venue
Start Time: Sat 9, March 2019, noon
End Time: Sat 9, March 2019, 1 p.m.
Sallie and Bob Newcomb have attended every pancake breakfast since they began in 2011, but not because they have a particular love of pancakes.
Each month, Parkside Church publishes a Missions Prayer Calendar that features the prayer requests of a Parkside-supported missionary or organization, as well as information about different countries throughout the world and how you can pray for the people there.
January 30 and 31, 2019: Weather Cancellations
Please note that today, January 30:
- Transit is cancelled.
- Midweek Life Groups may still meet, however meeting is at the discretion of each group's leader.
And tomorrow, January 31:
- Women's Bible Study is cancelled due to area schools being closed.
- Single Mom's meeting is cancelled.
January 20, 2019 Service Update and Cancellations
Please note that today:
- Morning services are still on.
- The evening service, Missions Prayer Time, and Mission Kids are canceled for this evening due to the weather.
As a church, we are all familiar with the prayers that take place regularly throughout our Sunday worship services; however, it is Parkside’s desire to be more intentional about praying together as a church family.
As we think about the upcoming advent season, our good intentions for a relaxed and reflective Christmas are all too often eclipsed by the pace of back-to-back holidays and all that accompanies them: the shopping, decorating, baking, entertaining, and traveling. For others, this season is a reminder of all that's been lost, as another year has come and gone--the time still marked with sadness.
It's especially good then, to pause, to take time each day to reflect on Christ's birth so many years ago. The Gospel of Luke records that the shepherds were told that that this would be "good news, causing great joy for all the people." In this week's Insider, we have chosen two resources to help remind you of the great joy and anticipation found in this season.
Tucked down a short hallway just off of the bustling workroom inside Parkside Church, is a small office with several cubicle-style desks that serves as home base for our pastoral interns: Michael Porter, Ryan Loague, and Erik Veker (pronounced vee-ker).
It is a functional space with desks, chairs, and bookshelves, but more importantly, it is a shared space. When they are all in the building at the same time, you may find them here talking together bolstered by the camaraderie they share as each one of them seeks to discern the call to pastoral ministry. For each of these young men, this year will serve as a proving ground as they learn the ins-and-outs of ministry, as exemplified and taught by Parkside’s pastorate.