Our Beliefs

The Parkway Church has been in existence for over twenty years.  We are led by the teachings of

Jesus Christ through the stewardship of four shepherds, six deacons, 

a preaching minister, young adult/college minister, and office administrator. 

Our congregation consists of members from different generational, racial, and socio-economical backgrounds.  

Our mission mantra is “the greatest command” Matthew 22:37-39: Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.”

What Can You Expect?

Parkway is a family.  We love each other and try to fulfill each others needs as seen in the early church.  We also appreciate those who visit, and we desire to adopt you into our family. 


At Parkway we take a slightly different approach to our Sunday gathering time.  Many churches gear their worship to the visitors, but we gear our services toward our family.  Just as friends are invited to family gatherings, we too invite our friends and guests to be part of our weekly family reunion.     


Each Sunday A.M. service will include activities that were practiced weekly in the early church:


We will sing songs of praise.  The songs will be projected on screens and are easy to read; however, if you have difficulty seeing the screen, you may request a songbook.   


We will pray.  Our services typically begin and end with prayer.  There will also be prayers offered intermittently throughout the service.


We will observe the Lord’s Supper.  This memorial has been observed for almost 2000 years, since the establishment of Christ’s church.  We continue the weekly fellowship by remembering Christ’s sacrificed body and blood by partaking of emblems that represent them. 


We will collect an offering.  We could not accomplish what we do without a collection of funds.  The collection allows us to carry on our local work as well as support many other wonderful ministries.


Visitors should not feel obligated to make an offering to support this family’s requirements; however, if you would like to assist in our work, we appreciate your help. 


We will have a lesson.  Each week we will have an encouraging message from God’s Holy Word. 


If you have any questions, concerns, or prayer requests, please speak to an elder or one of the ministers.  We will be honored to hear what you have to say and hopefully welcome you as part of this wonderful family of God.