missions and outreach

  • taking it to the streets 12 video!

    Check out the video from our 12th annual “Taking it to the Streets” mission Sunday. On April 21st we took church to the streets, demonstrating God's grace to inspire a hope filled journey with Jesus. 

    Thank you to all the project leaders and participants that helped us help our community. It was a great day!

    streets 12 video


  • taking it to the streets

    Check back for our Taking it to the Streets 13 date

    "Taking it to the Streets" is our annual intentional mission project to go be the church in the community. Instead of having our regular church services one Sunday we "Take it to the Streets" to be "the best church for the community." We cancel church services to go out and be the church. Questions, contact Vince.

  • Creative dreams outreach center

    Creative Dreams Outreach Center is located in Stafford with a missional focus "to accept and challenge financially disadvantaged and foster youth ages 13-18 to recognize and reach their full God-given potential. We provide them with opportunities for arts exploration, physical activity, interaction with caring adults and classes in basic life skills using a holistic approach to meet their physical, spiritual and emotional needs.”


    Parkway supports the center through various events or by donating items to the Dream Closet, such as clothing and hygiene necessities.

  • family promise

    Next Family Promise  opportunity to serve will be 

    Sunday, August 11 - Thursday, August 15

    (check back for signups beginning mid July.)

    Four times a year PUMC volunteers take a turn among an interfaith network of congregations and local civic clubs to provide dinner each night for a week to families who are between homes.

    Fort Bend Family Promise (FBFP) helps families develop a plan to attain safe, affordable housing and develop the confidence and skills they need to achieve long-term independence. FBFP also assists hundreds of other individuals each year through referrals and partnerships with other local social service agencies and resources.  FBFP has decided to house families temporarily in what they are calling “static housing” to the benefit the families.

  • scouting at parkway

    We charter Family Cub Scout Pack 616 (Contact - Cubmaster Vanessa Tilton), BSA Troop 38 (Contact - Scoutmaster Keith Roemer), BSA Troop 638 for Girls (Contact - Scoutmaster Sharon Watson). In doing so, we partner with BSA in preparing young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

    In addition to our chartered units, we provide meeting space for area Girl Scout troops and other Scout groups on a space-available basis. 

    Complete a Facility Request to see if we can accommodate your group.

  • second mile mission donation truck

    Check back for upcoming dates

    One Sunday, each quarter, we have Second Mile Mission's truck parked in front of the Worship Center here at Parkway for you to drop off your gently used donations of furniture, clothes, and household goods. You can help make a difference in the lives around you.

  • Second Mile mission Toy Drive

    Next Christmas Toy Drive - Christmas Season 2024

    Second Mile is a non-profit ministry partnering with the community. Their aim is to assist Fort Bend County residents in poverty and crisis; by providing basic needs and opportunities for them to take healthy next steps. Every year, Second Mile hosts a Christmas Toy Store where families in need can purchase toys for their children at 50-80% off retail prices. The goal is to empower parents who might have tight budgets by giving them the dignity of being able to shop for their children for Christmas. These toys benefit local families who might otherwise not have Christmas.