Whoever you are, wherever you are on life's
journey, you are welcome here!
SUNDAYS AT PARKWAY
9:45 a.m. Bible Study class
10:00 a.m. God is Still
11:00 a.m. Worship
The adult Bible Study class meets in the right side of the
The adult God is Still Speaking class meets on the left
All are welcome at either class!
Childcare is available on Sundays from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. for children newborn - 5th Grade.
Children in K - 5th Grade attend Sunday school after the children's story in
Palm Sunday, April 13
commemorate the story of the ironic processional into Jerusalem using the
from Matthew 21:1-11 and Psalm 118:1-2, 19-29.
choir will sing and we will wave our palms entering into a week of the
passion of Jesus.
Maundy Thursday, April 17, 6:30 p.m. Meal & Worship
We will serve soup and bread at 6:30 p.m. as we join with Wentz Memorial UCC
in our fellowship hall.
Our service of worship will begin at 7:15 p.m.
with the readings from the Maundy Thursday story,
extinguishing of candles,
and sacrament of communion at tables in the fellowship hall.
Good Friday, April 18, 5:00 p.m. All-Ages Interactive Stations
of the Cross
We will journey both inside and outside to various stations to enact
portions of the passion of Christ story,
while also doing activities related
to our mission commitments:
planting vegetables in a raised bed in
front of the Little House, repotting milkweed plants
for the Piedmont Earth
Day Fair, assembling hygiene kits for victims
of natural disasters, and
creating bookmarks to go with children’s books
to give to families who have few
We encourage those attending the service to bring a new or
gently used children’s book that has meaning for you.
We will conclude
the service in the fellowship hall with a brief meditation with clay and
Easter Sunday, April 20
Easter Potluck Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt, 9:45 to 10:30
breakfast/brunch food to share by 9:30.
The children’s Easter egg hunt will
follow breakfast outside on the church grounds.
Easter Worship, 11:00 a.m.
We will gather for our 11:00 a.m. worship with
trumpet strain and choral Hallelujah, congregational singing
of the favorite
Easter hymns, and a focus on the story of the empty tomb from John 20:1-8.
We encourage you to bring flowers to add to the cross.
Sunday, April 27 Second Sunday of Easter
We will continue our Easter celebration with a reflection on the story of
the Risen One
with the disciples in John 20:19-31, and the celebration of
communion in a circle.
Following worship, we will release monarch
butterflies that were on display at our congregation’s booth
Piedmont Earth Day Fair!
Begin Again: A Journey of Faith. What does it mean to you?
Parkway UCC will host an interfaith experience supporting a Triad-wide arts
initiative on Tuesday, April 29.
For its first year, Winston-Salem is
participating in One City, One Prompt (OCOP), a dynamic series of writing
community-building events held across the globe for people to gather to write,
tell stories, perform or discuss
a common theme. This year's OCOP theme is "Begin
Again" and we're inviting you to join us for
"Begin Again: A Journey of
Faith" on Tuesday, April 29. This free event is open to
all, ages 18 and up,
regardless of writing experience but we need you to register
no later than Friday, April 25.
We encourage people of all faith
traditions to participate.
Register by completing
this form and emailing to Parkway UCC.
Soup and salad will be served from 6:00-6:30 p.m. and the session will
run 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Free childcare will be provided for those who indicate that
need at registration.
To find out more about OCOP in the Triad and our
facilitator for the evening, Jacinta V. White,
City Once Prompt.
See photos of some of
our participants in the February 8 Moral March in Raleigh.
2014 Pledge Card
If you have not had
opportunity to turn in a stewardship pledge and intend to do so, we urge you to
as soon as possible so that our Finance Committee can have a most accurate
idea of the resources
available to us in the year ahead.
You can send an email to our
and state what
your pledge is for 2014.
Ways I Like to
Participate and Serve Gifts and Talents Form
monthly newsletter at
Read weekly information at
Electronic giving is
available on our website.
You can pay your pledge or give a gift electronically. Click on the
Giving Online tab above.
There is a “One-time Gift” option for nonmembers.
Members can choose automatically recurring gifts (like monthly pledges) or
a single donation each time for a pledge or for special offerings such as
One Great Hour of Sharing or Neighbors in Need.
One of Parkway's missions focus is on food and hunger issues in our community.
To find out how to help, read
15 Ways to
Tackle Local Food Injustice.
RECYCLING AT PARKWAY UCC
Want to know what things we collect for recycling that can't be put in
your city recycling cart?
Parkway United Church of Christ is an Open and Affirming congregation within the United Church of Christ.
We believe that all people are created in God’s image and thus are blessed and loved equally.
In this spirit,
we welcome all people, including those of every race, spiritual tradition, sexual orientation, gender identity,
and gender expression into the full life and ministry of the church.
Parkway UCC Winston-Salem.
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Parkway United Church of Christ
2151 Silas Creek Parkway
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27103
We're located across from Forsyth Technical Community
College with entrance on Irving Street.