We offer two ways to give online at Parkview.

The first is a one-time gift to a ministry area of Parkview, or a contribution to the general fund.

One-Time Gift 

If you'd like to sign up for scheduled giving at Parkview you can click the button below to get started.

Scheduled Gift 


Our team has been working toward discontinuing one of our two online payment processors (PushPay) as a cost-saving measure. PushPay made an error and terminated our use without warning on October 1st, meaning that any reoccurring giving scheduled through PushPay would have stopped on September 30th. We apologize that this error by Pushpay did not allow us to notify you of this change and give you time to change your scheduled giving appropriately. As a result, you may notice that your regularly scheduled tithe has not been deducted from your financial institution.

This service termination does not affect cash/check giving in services or mailed into Parkview, nor does it affect any giving set up through your bank or through CCB/myParkview (our current online payment processor). This only affects those that set up giving through PushPay. 

Going forward if you would like to set up a reoccurring gift through our current online payment processor you may do so by clicking one of the links above, signing in to your CCB account if you already have one or clicking the "request account" button below the username/password field. Once signed in you may click on "Give" on the lefthand side of the webpage and choose the best option for you. If you would like assistance with this process, please call the church office, M-F 8am-5pm, and we will be happy to assist you.

We apologize for any confusion this has caused and the unannounced disruption of the process.

Parkview Embraces Radical Generosity.

Radical Generosity is an appropriate response to God’s example, Jesus’ teaching, and His command (Jn 3:16; 2 Cor. 8:4-9) for all believers in Jesus Christ. We are convinced that “Radical Generosity” changes lives—our life (Luke 16:11-13, Acts 20:33-35) and the lives of the people we’re reaching. Radical Generosity applies to all aspects of our spiritual walk; yet Jesus indicates that there is an undeniable connection between our heart and how we handle our treasure, Luke 12:32-34.

Our giving is a very important aspect of Radical Generosity. The New Testament commands that giving should be an act of worship, 2 Cor. 8:1-5; be a source of great joy, 1 Chron. 29:6-9, 2 Cor. 9:6-8; be proportionate to our resources, 2 Cor. 8:3-5, 12-15; given on a regular basis, 1 Cor. 16:2; be done willingly, 2 Cor. 9:6-8; be given generously, 2 Cor. 8:1-5; and sacrificially, 2 Sam. 24:24-25, Luke 21:1-4.

Parkview Radical Generosity Document