Through God’s Spirit, we listen deeply, grow in
community, and act for justice.
SUNDAYS AT PARKWAY
9:45 a.m. Bible Study class
10:00 a.m. God is
Still Speaking class
The Bible Study class meets in the right
side of the fellowship hall.
The God is Still Speaking discussion class
meets on the left side.
All are welcome at either class.
We welcome you to join us on Sunday morning.
Wear your jeans, your
Sunday finest or something in between - it's up to you!
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 time in
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There is a “One-time Gift” option for nonmembers.
Members can choose automatically recurring gifts (like monthly pledges) or
make a single donation each time for a pledge or for special offerings such as
One Great Hour of Sharing or Neighbors in Need.
Ways I Like to Participate and
Serve Gifts and Talents Form
One of Parkway's missions focus is on food and hunger issues in our
To find out how to help, read
15 Ways to
Tackle Local Food Injustice.
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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
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.