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A weekly podcast of our Sunday sermons. Park Ave is a bold, inclusive, and creative community where everyone is welcome. We uplift voices and identities that are marginalized elsewhere.

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A weekly podcast of our Sunday sermons. Park Ave is a bold, inclusive, and creative community where everyone is welcome. We uplift voices and identities that are marginalized elsewhere.

    Drowning Out the Noise: The Focus of Your Life 09.27.20

    Drowning Out the Noise: The Focus of Your Life 09.27.20

    We are in the liturgical season of Ordinary Time - in a sermon series called “Drowning Out the Noise: The Focus of Your Life”. This sermon series is inspired by the need to stay focused with the constant influx of terrible news and paradigm shifting realities.

    Come! Let us worship the Spirit of water, breath, earth and fire-This week’s message will be delivered by Pastor Darci Jaret. Our Scripture reading from Deuteronomy 6:4-9 will be read by Charmaine Franklin. We know you will enjoy this rousing sermon and hope you love our online worship!

    About Park Avenue Baptist: Park Ave is a bold, inclusive, and creative community where everyone is welcome. We uplift voices and identities that are marginalized elsewhere. We affirm all ethnicities, racial identities, ages, socio-economic groups, gender identities and sexual orientations because we hold to a theology that refuses to other anyone. At Park avenue our leadership model is non hierarchical and we practice an open pulpit where you will hear a multiplicity of theologically trained voices from different backgrounds and social locations. We don’t just preach and talk about deconstructing systems and structures of power we practice it.

    • 27 min
    Drowning Out the Noise: The Focus of Your Life 09.20.20

    Drowning Out the Noise: The Focus of Your Life 09.20.20

    We are in the liturgical season of Ordinary Time - in a sermon series called “Drowning Out the Noise: The Focus of Your Life”. This sermon series is inspired by the need to stay focused with the constant influx of terrible news and paradigm shifting realities.   Come! Let us worship the Spirit of water, breath, earth and fire-

    This week’s message will be delivered by Reverend Dr. Lisa Allen and our Children's Moment will be delivered by Deacon Daniel Bass.. Our Scripture reading from Exodus 16:2-15 will be read by Alexia Rice-Henry. We know you will enjoy this rousing sermon and hope you love our online worship!   

    About Park Avenue Baptist: Park Ave is a bold, inclusive, and creative community where everyone is welcome. We uplift voices and identities that are marginalized elsewhere. We affirm all ethnicities, racial identities, ages, socio-economic groups, gender identities and sexual orientations because we hold to a theology that refuses to other anyone. At Park avenue our leadership model is non hierarchical and we practice an open pulpit where you will hear a multiplicity of theologically trained voices from different backgrounds and social locations. We don’t just preach and talk about deconstructing systems and structures of power we practice it.

    • 33 min
    Drowning Out the Noise: The Focus of Your Life 09.13.20

    Drowning Out the Noise: The Focus of Your Life 09.13.20

    We are in the liturgical season of Ordinary Time - in a sermon series called “Drowning Out the Noise: The Focus of Your Life”. This sermon series is inspired by the need to stay focused with the constant influx of terrible news and paradigm shifting realities.

    Come! Let us worship the Spirit of water, breath, earth and fire-This week’s message will be delivered by Pastor Henra Chennault. Our Scripture reading from Matthew 14:22-33 will be read by Marquis White. We know you will enjoy this rousing sermon and hope you love our online worship!

    About Park Avenue Baptist: Park Ave is a bold, inclusive, and creative community where everyone is welcome. We uplift voices and identities that are marginalized elsewhere. We affirm all ethnicities, racial identities, ages, socio-economic groups, gender identities and sexual orientations because we hold to a theology that refuses to other anyone. At Park avenue our leadership model is non hierarchical and we practice an open pulpit where you will hear a multiplicity of theologically trained voices from different backgrounds and social locations. We don’t just preach and talk about deconstructing systems and structures of power we practice it.

    • 28 min
    Self-Care Sundays: Remember Your Sacred Story 09.06.20

    Self-Care Sundays: Remember Your Sacred Story 09.06.20

    We have moved into the liturgical season of Ordinary Time and are beginning this new Sermon Series that will span the next couple of months. We are calling it “Self-Care Sundays: Remember Your Sacred Story”. This series is all so many of the important strategies of caring for self that we learn about from ancient wisdom, activist practice and the practice of remembering how to care for our bodies. This was inspired by Emergent Strategy and as such de-centers tWe have moved into the liturgical season of Ordinary Time and are beginning this new Sermon Series that will span the next couple of months. We are calling it “Self-Care Sundays: Remember Your Sacred Story”. This series is all so many of the important strategies of caring for self that we learn about from ancient wisdom, activist practice and the practice of remembering how to care for our bodies. This was inspired by Emergent Strategy and as such de-centers the sermon and makes way for small group discussions, knowing that we all have practices and wisdom to share and in that sharing we go deeper into relationships that are critical to our communities.

    This week’s message will be delivered by Pastor Darci Jaret. Our Scripture reading from Genesis 3:17-24 will be read by Marquis White. We know you will enjoy this rousing sermon and hope you love our online worship!

    About Park Avenue Baptist: Park Ave is a bold, inclusive, and creative community where everyone is welcome. We uplift voices and identities that are marginalized elsewhere. We affirm all ethnicities, racial identities, ages, socio-economic groups, gender identities and sexual orientations because we hold to a theology that refuses to other anyone. At Park avenue our leadership model is non hierarchical and we practice an open pulpit where you will hear a multiplicity of theologically trained voices from different backgrounds and social locations. We don’t just preach and talk about deconstructing systems and structures of power we practice it.he sermon and makes way for small group discussions, knowing that we all have practices and wisdom to share and in that sharing we go deeper into relationships that are critical to our communities.

    • 38 min
    Self-Care Sundays: Remember to Breathe 08.30.20

    Self-Care Sundays: Remember to Breathe 08.30.20

    We have moved into the liturgical season of Ordinary Time and are beginning this new Sermon Series that will span the next couple of months. We are calling it “Self-Care Sundays: Remember to Breathe”. This series is all so many of the important strategies of caring for self that we learn about from ancient wisdom, activist practice and the practice of remembering how to care for our bodies. This was inspired by Emergent Strategy and as such de-centers the sermon and makes way for small group discussions, knowing that we all have practices and wisdom to share and in that sharing we go deeper into relationships that are critical to our communities.

    This week’s message will be delivered by Minister Leea Allen. Our Scripture reading from Ezekiel 37:1-10 will be read by Myles Markham. We know you will enjoy this rousing sermon and hope you love our online worship!

    About Park Avenue Baptist: Park Ave is a bold, inclusive, and creative community where everyone is welcome. We uplift voices and identities that are marginalized elsewhere. We affirm all ethnicities, racial identities, ages, socio-economic groups, gender identities and sexual orientations because we hold to a theology that refuses to other anyone. At Park avenue our leadership model is non hierarchical and we practice an open pulpit where you will hear a multiplicity of theologically trained voices from different backgrounds and social locations. We don’t just preach and talk about deconstructing systems and structures of power we practice it.

    • 45 min
    Self-Care Sundays: Remember to Have Imagination 08.23.20

    Self-Care Sundays: Remember to Have Imagination 08.23.20

    We have moved into the liturgical season of Ordinary Time and are beginning this new Sermon Series that will span the next couple of months. We are calling it “Self-Care Sundays: Remember to Have Imagination”. This series is all so many of the important strategies of caring for self that we learn about from ancient wisdom, activist practice and the practice of remembering how to care for our bodies. This was inspired by Emergent Strategy and as such de-centers the sermon and makes way for small group discussions, knowing that we all have practices and wisdom to share and in that sharing we go deeper into relationships that are critical to our communities.

    This week’s message will be delivered by Cameron Johnson Mdiv. Our Scripture reading from Isaiah 2:1-4 will be read by Acree Macam. We know you will enjoy this rousing sermon and hope you love our online worship!

    About Park Avenue Baptist: Park Ave is a bold, inclusive, and creative community where everyone is welcome. We uplift voices and identities that are marginalized elsewhere. We affirm all ethnicities, racial identities, ages, socio-economic groups, gender identities and sexual orientations because we hold to a theology that refuses to other anyone. At Park avenue our leadership model is non hierarchical and we practice an open pulpit where you will hear a multiplicity of theologically trained voices from different backgrounds and social locations. We don’t just preach and talk about deconstructing systems and structures of power we practice it.

    • 39 min

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