We hope you experience a warm welcome at Forest Park Covenant Church. We invite you to take the next step in your faith journey here with us, and find a place of belonging where you can grow in your relationship with Jesus and experience meaningful ways to serve others.
At Forest Park we welcome all! We strive to be a warm and welcoming place for you to connect with God and others. On Sunday mornings our Worship Center is filled with not only members but guests from out of town and friends. We have a thank you gift for our first time guests and all our guests are invited to enjoy hot coffee and cookies in the Gathering Place following the service. If you are looking for a friendly place to worship, come and join us at Forest Park.
This week we looking forward to seeing you at our 9:30 & 11:00am worship times. Coming up this Sunday we are excited to have the Director of Merge Ministries, Dale Lusk, share the message with us!
Our new message series beginning on Sunday, April 8. BLESS is a new approach to prayer and evangelism. Less about downloading info or memorizing scripts and more about loving our neighbors well! This series will help you get practice evangelism more effortlessly. It will help you follow the mission or Jesus more intentionally.
Every three years more than 5,000 students from across the Evangelical Covenant Church come together in one place to glimpse how they fit into the bigger picture of God's kingdom. At CHIC lives are changed as students are inspired to dive deeper their faith together. Join us July 15-20, 2018 at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville to worship, experience transformation, and make unforgettable memories! For more info on CHIC 2018 please click here or contact Pastor Justin
Worship is our response to all God is and what He has done for us. At Forest Park, we gather together to magnify the Word, the works and the worthiness of God. On Sunday mornings, you will find two forms of worship that differ principally in style of music, but different musical preferences do not separate us from celebrating as a united body. In both services you will find a humble spirit of obedience, reverence, fellowship, sacrifice, celebration and encouragement.