Simply put, we’re a group of people seeking truth and authentic community. And you’re invited to join in. We don’t expect you to agree with everything we do or say. We just ask that you’re open to considering the possibility that there is a God who loves and pursues you. We exist to facilitate life change. We believe this occurs through encounters with God and His people, connecting with God’s people around God’s Word, and serving each other–our community–the world.
Madison Park provides opportunities for you to encounter God in meaningful ways. We recognize that worship is not about us…it’s about God. We do everything we can to bring you and God together.
By “encounter God,” we mean come face to face with God. This may happen in worship, in relationship with other Christians, or in service experiences where the nature of Christ is lived out.
Madison Park provides opportunities for you to connect with people dealing with life. We know life can be difficult. We believe you will find support and encouragement for the journey.
We experience life change when we intentionally gather in Christ-centered community to study, discuss, and act upon what we read in Scripture. We encourage everyone to find a Connect Group that will help you grow in your relationship with God and others.
Contact Andrew Kovar with questions on how to get involved.
Madison Park provides opportunities for you to serve God in significant ways. We believe that service opportunities are unlimited, and people should “discover” and find un-addressed needs and act.
“Therefore I urge you, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies a living and holy sacrifice, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service of worship.” -Romans 12:1 (NASB)
So where are we going?
Only God really knows. But our history has shown us that it’s a journey of seeking God’s direction, stepping out in faith and trusting God to do something truly meaningful in and through a bunch of imperfect people. We’ve seen that kind of faith and dependence affect people within our community, our city and, increasingly, our world.
We expect God to continue to lead us through hard decisions that challenge us. We’ll do these things because we believe that God uses them to bring all of us into a life of freedom. And we like the sound of that.