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Sunday, April 26 at 12 p.m.

If you are a member of one of Parkway's Hospitality Teams--Greeters, Ushers, Info Desk, or Visitor's Table--or if you're interested in joining these teams, you're invited to have lunch with us in the Fellowship Hall!

We want to show our appreciation for your service and discuss how we can welcome our visitors into our home like Jesus would--with a handshake, a smile, good service and clear information.  The Hospitality Team is responsible for this, and we need more people to help welcome and serve our guests.  Come join us! 




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Thursday, April 23 at 10 a.m.

Traditions, our mid-week gathering for "After 50" adults, is celebrating Easter with some traditions we may have forgotten (or may not have learned) about who we are and why Jesus came.  Coming together, we are remembering His sacrifice for our future. 

 Our feast will include chicken as the sacrificial meat instead of the traditional Paschal Lamb, roasted over a fire as required by the Passover regulations and instructions.  Watch for the sign-up sheet for specific dishes to bring.  This is a great time to introduce your friends to our Traditions Mid-Week service. 


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May 3, 2015 at 6 p.m.

Some people question the relevancy of Scripture and the ideas it proclaims.  After all it is an old book, written by ancient people who lived in long gone cultures.  Come learn about the setting in which the New Testament was written from Pastor Dennis Webber and Andy Frye.  We’ll answer questions such as: What does any of this have to do with me and my circumstances?  Or could it be that our settings are only different in time and technology?  Could it be that the environment of culture and morality in which  the early church started is in fact very similar to our own?  Maybe what we see in history is in fact where we are headed?  Join us for this comparison of 1st Century Rome and 21st Century America and the culture the Church was born in and the culture the church is living in now.