Park Street Church
Who We Are
Park Street Church is a historic church, on Boston's Freedom Trail. Founded in 1809 by a group of 26 Trinitarians against the rising New England Unitarian tide, it has since remained a bastion for Bible-believing Trinitarians. The Boston Globe has dubbed it the "flagship of Evangelical churches," as one of the senior pastors was instrumental in starting two Evangelical seminaries, World Relief, Christianity Today, and helped to get Billy Graham started on his mid-(20th-)century Intercontinental Crusade.
Park Street has three services: 8:30am, 11am, and 4pm, where the morning services are described as "relaxed Traditional" and the evening service is described as more contemporary. Currently the tagline is "seeking truth in the company of friends." Park Street Church tends to address current issues of faith and practice as well as challenges from the timeless wisdom of Scripture, which is normative for faith and life.
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