Children and Preschool Ministry
Every child at Parkview Baptist has the opportunity to engage in a fun learning time of Jesus Christ and the Bible. Sunday School prepares the fundamental building blocks for a child’s life that will lead them, when the time is right, to begin their relationship with Jesus Christ. There is a class for any child, birth – 6th grade, located in the Children’s Wing.
Extended Care provides loving care to children ages birth – 2 years-old located in Rooms 141 and 143 across the hall from the Children’s Worship Center during the Worship Service.
All children ages 3 years through Kindergarten are invited to join us in the Children’s Worship Center after dismissal from the Worship Service to have our own fun worship time including songs, story, crafts, games, snack, and more! Make your plans now to attend this exciting time at Parkview!
Wednesday Night Youth Bible Study
Wednesday nights are full of fun and laughs, but our number one goal is that God would speak His truth into your heart. Come give us a visit. We meet in the Youth room located in the Family Life Center at 5:45 pm.
Sunday Mornings at 9:30 am. Students meet up stairs in the Youth Sunday School wing, and then divide into two classes, High School and Jr. High. Sunday School is a time to explore God’s Word and broaden our understanding of His truth.
On the third Tuesday of each month, a large group of senior adults meets at 10:30 am for games and fellowship.
The Senior Adult Ministry of Parkview Baptist Church strives to offer opportunities for meaningful worship, discipleship, service, and fellowship. On the third Tuesday of each month, a large group of senior adults meets at 10:30 am for games and fellowship. A wonderful lunch is served at 11:45 followed by a program. Day trips and Prayer Retreats are also planned throughout the year for seniors.
Family Promise of Ouachita
Parkview Baptist has partnered with other faith-based congregations and community resources to provide safe, transitional housing, meals, and support services for families with children in a manner that offers hope, preserves dignity, and promotes independence. As a host congregation, Parkview provides housing in her facility for the guest families of Family Promise once a quarter. During this week, meals are provided for the families and members of the church spend the night with the guests. For more information on Family Promise of Ouachita, go to www.familypromiseofouachita.com.