Sunday serve opportunities

Sunday mornings are often our first opportunity to welcome visitors to our campus. We need servant hands to prepare the building and smiling faces to ensure that our visitors have a positive experience.

  • greeters

    The Greeters use their smiling faces and kind words while opening doors to welcome people to Parkway on Sunday morning.  This group has a large impact on a person’s overall Sunday morning experience and is a great place to begin serving. They arrive 15 minutes prior to the service times.    Click here to sign up                                         

    Debbie Mullen

  • Ushers

    The ushers ensure that the servce runs smoothly. They arrive 15 minutes before the service to handout bulletins.  if needed, they help people find open seats and set up overflow chairs. Collecting the offering finishes  their service that day. 

    Debbie Mullen

  • Welcome desk

    Be another friendly face to greet first time visitors. There is a Welcome Desk in the lobbies of the Worship Center and the Ministry Center. Volunteers direct our guests, hand out Visitor Bags, and provide general information.

    Debbie Mullen

  • Set up team

    The Set-up Team involves a commitment for every other Sunday morning starting between 6:30 and 7 AM, usually finishing by 8 AM. We have two teams that rotate Sundays. We place the chairs, distribute Bibles in the chairs and place offertory envelopes and information in the backs of the chairs. No homework, no studying, just serving God by preparing the Worship Center each Sunday. 

    Bob Ryan

  • Tear down team

    This team stacks and puts away chairs after the Sunday service and prepares the Worship Center for the remainder of the week. Scheduled on a rotating basis.

    Jeff Nutter

  • Worship team

    Do you have the gift of music? Consider serving on our worship team as a musician or a vocalist. Volunteers serve however much their schedule allows. Rehearsal times are Sunday mornings at 7AM.

    There is also an opportunity to serve on the media team in the sound booth if you are tech-savvy.

    Tim Bird