Connection Groups

Sundays at 9:30am | Wednesdays at 7:00pm

Growing Together

At Parkway, we strive to be intentional with our spiritual growth process. One of the main ways we believe you will best connect with others in the church and grow together spiritually is through our Connection Groups. You choose whether Sunday's or Wednesday's will work best for you and your schedule. The groups are topic based with the topics changing several times per year. Connection Groups will help us to be purposeful with developing leaders, equipping individuals, and building the unity of a church body taking growth steps together.

Sunday Morning Connection Groups | 9:30 AM | Launching October 4th


The Tabernacle of Israel

Room 105 | David Lasly

With an overview of the Tabernacle, we will discuss the doctrinal significance of each piece of furniture; followed by the nature and purpose of the sacrifices; and concluding with priesthood and its implications for Christ and believers today.


Worry Free Living: God's Formula for Peace

Conference Room | Daurice Grant 

Are you paralyzed by worry? Worry can open your mid to fear, magnify your troubles and tries, and rob you of your joy. God's Word offers a formula for peace. This study will show you how to turn every care into a prayer and achieve lasting victory over worry.


Discipleship Journey: Phase One

Room 301 | Brad Brown

Have you considered participating in the discipleship process of Parkway? Join this small group for weekly discussion and insight as we dig in and study God’s Word on so many foundational Biblical truths. After completing this class you will receive a certificate and be plugged in to participate in Phase Two – discipling others. Student books will be available for purchase.



Wednesday Night Connection Groups | 7:00 PM | Launching October 7th


THE LINK (Young Adults)

Room 110 | Scott & Jeanne Jenkins | Redeem the Screen

Our screens dominate our lives. In a unique way, they hold the power to bring us together yet can also keep us isolated from those physically around us. Screens bring information and inspiration, but they can also carry temptations and stresses. Rather than allowing our screens to conform us to the world, in Jesus we can make screens a tool to change the world.


AGES 25-40

Room 307 | Michael & Amber Battle | John: Introducing Jesus

Introduce yourself to Jesus by studying his conversations with different people in John's Gospel. What would it be like to have an intimate conversation with Jesus? What would you ask Him? What might He say to you? This study is designed to deepen your understanding of Jesus Christ.


AGES 35-50

Room 301 | Pastor & Natalie Grant | Gospel-Shaped Mercy

Christians have rightly been suspicious of churches that give themselves to political and social campaigns—and seem to lose focus on the gospel at the same time. But the gospel tells us that God is concerned for the relief of poverty, hunger, and injustice. This study will help us work out how to fulfill this part of our Christian call.


AGES 45-65

Room 105 | Scott & Lisa Boyd | Gospel-Shaped Mercy

Christians have rightly been suspicious of churches that give themselves to political and social campaigns—and seem to lose focus on the gospel at the same time. But the gospel tells us that God is concerned for the relief of poverty, hunger, and injustice. This study will help us work out how to fulfill this part of our Christian call.


AGES 65-110

Auditorium | Mike & Joanie Odum | Gospel-Shaped Mercy

Christians have rightly been suspicious of churches that give themselves to political and social campaigns—and seem to lose focus on the gospel at the same time. But the gospel tells us that God is concerned for the relief of poverty, hunger, and injustice. This study will help us work out how to fulfill this part of our Christian call.

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