In addition to the weekly worship and Bible study opportunities that we offer adults, we also have specific ministries and fellowship groups that target men, women, and senior adults. Also be sure to visit the Service Opportunities page and Music and Worship Ministries page which give additional options for adults to be active here at Parkway.
Women on Mission
Women on Mission is the missions organization for women 18 years and older, through which women pray for and give to missions, do missions, learn about missions, grow spiritually towards a missions lifestyle and participate in the work of the church and the denomination. The purpose of all Women on Mission activities is that every person has an opportunity to hear and respond to the gospel.
Prayer & Ministry Group
Parkway’s Women on Mission group is called the Prayer and Ministry Group, as these are the two activities we focus on. Each month we bring items for the various ministry projects. We also collect money for designated long-term projects. Our meetings are once a month, usually on the fourth Thursday of the month, from 10:45 am to 12:00 noon. A luncheon immediately following the meeting gives us the opportunity to fellowship together and to share a meal with our church staff. We invite all women interested in missions and ministry to join us!
This group is comprised of men who are interested in helping our elderly with home and yard maintenance needs they may have.
This program is for any man who would like to attend state training so they would be able to serve those in need as a result of natural disasters. Have any special skills? Electrical, Carpentry, Child Care, and Feeding are just some of the training you can receive. To learn more visit the Baptists on Mission website.
The Happy Hearts Group is joining with the Senior Group from Guilford Baptist Church to make a trip on Tuesday, May 27 to the inspirational WWII Memorial in Bedford, VA. The group will leave our church parking lot at 9:30AM and return at approximately 8:15PM. We will eat lunch at the historic Liberty Station and will eat dinner at Clarence's Restaurant. Each participant will need to pay for their own lunch, dinner and $8 admission fee to the memorial. A shuttle car is also available for an additional $6 for those who are not up to extended walking.