Our heart as a church is to share the Gospel message and grow believers. We urge you to invite your friends, but it already feels full. You’ve probably felt it yourself in the bustling foyer between services, or when we’ve asked you to slide in or help us identify open seats in services. You’ve experienced it when you were ushered to a far-away parking spot.
That’s the tension we feel right now. We’re running out of room. Our children’s spaces are nearing capacity on Sunday mornings. Our students have outgrown their spaces and meet throughout the halls, even in offices, and it’s becoming harder for our next generation ministries to be effective with discipleship in tight spaces.
Because of these challenges, we’re facing obstacles to connection at LifePark. For families coming for the first time, it looks like we’re full. Our growth and limited space is a barrier for newcomers.
Our packed parking lot and full services might be sending a message to first-time visitors that there’s no room for anyone else, and plugging in will be tough amongst our big, well-established crowds. Instead, we long to contend for their hearts, and remove any obstacles to the gospel.
You know what it feels like to find a fit at LifePark. You know what it looks like to have a place on Sunday morning—a family and welcoming environment ready to receive you. A place to serve and an experience on which you can depend.
You already have your seat at the table and now others want to squeeze in. Will you help us make room for more?