Interested in serving? Here are our current opportunities and areas of need:
From time to time serving needs arise, and we need people to partner with our deacon, deaconess and staff teams in helping with one-time and as needed serving opportunities. If you can commit to helping fulfill a handful of needs each year, we would make a big difference in people experiencing the hope and healing power of the Gospel here at Parkview. Some examples of one-time and as needed serving opportunities:
- Providing meals for those who are ill
- Making coffee
- Helping at funerals
- Preparing communion
- Helping rake or paint at the home of widow
- Event decor, set up and tear down
- Cleaning the kitchen
If you would like to be notified when these needs arise, join our new serving opportunities email list.
Each Sunday, we have the unique opportunity of extending the hope and healing power of the Gospel by providing a welcoming atmosphere where people can feel at home right here at Parkview. We want
•Parking Lot- The first of the first impressions is the parking lot as guests and
•Greeters- Stationed at our doors and in our hallways are people to welcome, assist and guide others. People feel the most comfortable when they know where to go and what to expect.
•Connect Center- When people are looking to take the next step at Parkview the first place they will visit is the Connect Center. Whether it is filling out a Connect Card for the first time or deciding to attend a community group, this is a key place for people to receive information and learn how they can grow.
•Ushers- Inviting people into a worshipful experience is an important role. Ushers help people find seats, hand out bulletins and assist
Jesus loved children and so do we here at Parkview! This is why our Children's Ministry is intentional about teaching from God's Word and sharing His great love with even the smallest of our
•Nursery- From providing excellent care for the smallest of our Parkview family to being the first to help a child experience a pat-pat Bible, serving in the nursery is very rewarding.
•Pre-K- Children in Pre-K are soaking up so much of the world around them from colors to letters and of course, Jesus too. Serving with this age group you'll get to see eyes opened to the true stories of the Bible as children hear them for the first time. Volunteers can teach, lead small groups of children or be a substitute for classroom leaders.
•Elementary- Our Unite (K-3rd) and Launch (4th-6th) programs help build foundational truths and tools for growth like Bible reading, scripture memory, and small group discussion. This all happens in a fun and interactive environment. Volunteers can teach or help lead small group discussions or be a substitute for classroom leaders.
Parkview's Tech Ministry helps provide a worshipful experience for all who attend. With all the pieces of this team working together in areas like sound, cameras, projection, and lighting,