Local Outreach

Reaching our community and the world with the good news of Jesus is an important part of our mission at Parkview.

Sometimes that mission is accomplished in our own neighborhood, and sometimes it takes us around the world. Here are some of the ways Parkview is involved in being the hands and feet of Jesus in our world.

Faith Academy

Faith Academy creates a community where children love learning and grow in godliness and partners with families in raising tomorrow’s leaders with a focus on excellence. This Christ-centered school strives to radiate with the gospel message, transform the community, and elevate the value of education and redemption.

If you are interested in serving or donating to Faith Academy, visit the website faithacademyiowa.org for more information.

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The Spot

The Spot provides a safe, nurturing atmosphere where youth are able to learn and grow while participating in healthy, fun, Christ-centered activities.

The Spot is located at 1030 Crosspark Avenue in Iowa City, and regularly features the following events:


J Life is an action-packed evening for Jr. High students filled with team competitions, chapel time, small group Bible study, discussion, and FOOD! Sundays from 6-8:00PM at Parkview Central Campus.

kid's club

Club 412 focuses on elementary students. Students enjoy some free time, an after-school snack, play some crazy games and explore basic Bible theology. Tuesdays from 3:30-5:30PM.


ReMix is for High School students and features a fast-paced evening of team competitions, chapel time, small group Bible and discussion, and FOOD! Wednesdays from 6:15-8:45 pm.

Who fronts the bill?

God has allowed The Spot to operate solely through allocated funds through tithes and sacrificial willing heart offerings of members and affiliates of Parkview Church. For information on making donations please contact Parkview Church at (319)354-5580.


English as a Second Language

ESL (English as a Second Language) has two classes: beginner and intermediate. The classes are mostly conversational with a skill focus of grammar or parts of speech.

ESL Classes meet Thursdays 7:45-9pm and Saturdays 10-11:30am at our East Campus locations.

We are currently in need of permanent teachers and substitute teachers.

For more information:

Craig Welt