1027 HWy 6 E, Iowa City, IA 52240
Sunday at 10:30 am
Sunday Children's Programming
K-6th Grade offered each Sunday. 7th-12th Grade offered on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month.
A Typical Service
We understand that visiting an unfamiliar church can be a little scary. Having an idea of what to expect can help. Here are some answers to popular questions about visiting Parkview East Campus on a typical Sunday.
Where do I go once I’m inside the church?
Once you’ve parked and made your way to the front door, you’ll be met by greeters who are ready to direct you if you need help on where to go. Anyone you see with a green “I CAN HELP” badge can also assist you and answer your questions. We also have a Parkview Connect Center just inside the door where you can get more in-depth questions answered about how to get connected at Parkview and find out what’s happening at the church.
What about my kids?
We have a Child Check-In station located just inside the front doors. Our Check-In Assistants will help you find the right room for your kids and provide security name tags for them.
We are currently offering a large group Sunday School for grades K-6.
Where is the sanctuary?
Right through the main entrance of the church.
What’s your service like?
At the beginning of each service, we begin our time together with music and worship, led by a worship leader and team. The worship style typically includes vocalists, acoustic guitars and simple percussion.
We believe giving is for people who are committed to Parkview Church and don’t expect visitors to give an offering.
Do I need to dress up?
Parkview worship services are a casual dress environment. Come as you would dress any other day.
Do you preach a sermon?
After the music and worship time Pastor Doug Fern delivers a sermon. You will usually have been given an outline to help you follow along, and there are presentations of key points and verses projected on the screens to help as well.
Ready for the Next Step?
We recognize that connecting with a church and establishing meaningful relationships takes effort by both the newcomer and the church family. Here are some ways you can get started.
Parkview Connect CENTER
A chance to meet Parkview leaders, staff and volunteers and find out how to get connected at Parkview. Just stop by the Parkview Connect center on Sunday mornings and we’ll take care of any questions you might have about your next steps at Parkview.
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