11am, 1pm & 3pm
11am, 1pm & 3pm
Here's what's happening at Parkway!
Parkway Family Night is a fun place to LEARN about GOD, GROW in LOVE, and BELONG in RELATIONSHIP.
For Girls in Grades 1-8
In addition to our regular club meetings on Friday nights, we enjoy a whole range of special events like swimming, fun days with area GEMS clubs, GEMS camp, special mother/daughter events, theme and talent nights, service projects including an annual food drive and more.
For Boys in Grades 1-6 (and their Dads!)
Each night will feature sports, games and team building activities. Fathers and "Father Figures" are invited to attend and participate alongside their boys. Boys Club will also feature regular trips to the Greely Elementary School Gym, bonfires, service projects and special events.
After dropping their kids off at GEMS and BOYS CLUB parent's are free to leave until returning to pick their kids up at the end of the night. However, this year we are offering the Church Lobby space as a place where parents can spend some time hanging out and enjoying fresh coffee, tea and snacks. At several points throughout the year, we will offer organized discussion groups for parents to participate in as well. Instead of dropping and running, why not stick around and build some relationships.
Cost for registration in GEMS CLUB and BOYS CLUB is $40 per child, but if you register your child before September 17, you'll get a $10 discount per child.
Strobe Lights, Socks, Forts, Nerf and Jesus.
the [re]UNION is the spot where Grades 6-8 find their place in Christ, and connect with peers of the same faith. We introduce the next generation to worship, preaching, small groups and surround them in love, support, games, events and CANDY!
Led by Pastor Nate Venasse and his team of volunteers, the [re]UNION is always unforgettable fun.
Track along with everything that is happening at [RE]UNION HERE
Mosaic exists to challenge the norm and build a faith that grows beyond Sunday mornings and Thursday nights; We strongly believe that a youth group should not be the end goal for a students' walk with Christ, but the beginning. Students in Grades 9 - 12 can expect a safe place to explore and wrestle with their faith, while being surrounded by Pastor Nate Venasse and his team of leaders who have lived life and found a faith of their own.
Most weeks at Mosaic will feature live music, conversations about life and faith, games, candy and a chance to connect with friends. Occasionally, we'll head offsite for a trip to Skyzone or to attend other student events across the city.
Track along with everything that is happening at Mosaic HERE