Parkview Events

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    Weekend Series
    February 3 to March 4

    When we look back over history, humankind has reached many great achievements: from putting a man on the moon, to advanced technologies, to the way we travel, and so much more.

    So the question is, if we can do all of these amazing things on our own, why do we need God?

    Join us for this series as we tackle this eternally important question.

    February 3 & 4
    Atheism 2.0
    Tim Harlow
    Discussion Questions

    February 10 & 11
    Gods of the NO Testament
    Todd Clark
    Discussion Questions

    February 17 & 18
    Bible Told Me So
    Tim Harlow & Casey Tygrett
    Discussion Questions

    February 24 & 25
    God of Jesus
    Tim Harlow
    Discussion Questions

    March 3 & 4
    In-Justice for All
    Todd Clark
    Discussion Questions

    * Based on "Who Needs God" by Andy Stanley

    Homer Glen Times

    New Lenox Times

    Orland Park Times


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    1,000,000 Chapters
    Bible Reading Plan

    There is nothing that equips or invites God's people to live like Jesus more than reading the Bible. The Bible captures God’s story, and it leads those of us who dare to read it to live out His story in our own lives every day.

    That’s why Parkview is making the challenge to our church to collectively read 1,000,000 chapters of the Bible together this year using YouVersion's Bible App. 

    Will you join us on the journey?

    Participate in the 1,000,000 Chapters Challenge

    In order for us to track Parkview's progress during the 1,000,000 Chapters challenge, you need to participate using the Bible App on your mobile device(s).

    • Download the Bible App from Google Play or the Apple Store and search for Parkview or 1,000,000 Chapters.
    • For those who can only participate on a computer, here is a link to the 1,000,000 Chapters Plan.
    • Have you been doing your own Bible reading plan? Report your chapters by filling out this form!

    We'll update our church's progress on this page throughout the year!

    Bible Reading Resources

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    Designing Your Legacy
    Free Living Trust Seminar

    Saturday, March 10
    10:00 to 11:00 am
    Orland Park Campus

    Learn from experts how to establish your living trust. No pressure! No commitments! No cost!



    • Pass on your values. Preparing for the future reflects good stewardship and protects the things that mean the most to you.
    • Save yourself and your beneficiaries time and money. Establishing a living trust may lower your estate taxes and will eliminate probate. On average, this saves your loved ones 9 months to 2 years and $16,000 to $60,000 in probate alone.
    • Have peace of mind. In your legacy plan, you can ensure your desires on medical decisions, guardianship of your minor children, and distribution of your valuables will be fulfilled. Your instructions are legally binding and guaranteed to be followed.

    FINANCIAL PLANNING MINISTRY provides estate planning services, including the creation of wills and trusts. Serving the Christian Community for over 25 years, FPM provides stewardship and estate planning seminars and assists individuals in the creation of their personal Estate Plan.

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    Women's Study
    January 30 to March 8

    Finding I AM

    by Lysa TerKeurst

    What is the deep cry of your heart? The ache in your soul that keeps you up at night? The prayer you keep repeating? Jesus not only cares about this deep, spiritual wrestling, but He also wants to step in and see you through it.

    During this 6-week study, we will be trading feelings of emptiness and depletion for the fullness of knowing who Jesus is like never before. The cost for this study is $15 for the book.
    Pre-registration for this event is close. Walk-ins are welcome!

    Homer Glen Campus
    Thursdays, Feb. 1 to March 8 | 7:00 - 9:00 pm
    Walk-ins are welcome!

    New Lenox Campus
    Thursdays, Feb.1 to March 8 | 7:00 - 9:00 pm
    Walk-ins are welcome!

    Orland Park Campus
    Tuesdays, Jan. 30 to March 6 | 7:00 - 9:00 pm
    Wednesdays, Jan. 31 to March 7 | 9:30 - 11:30 am
    Walk-ins are welcome!


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    Couple's Study
    Staying in Love by Andy Stanley

    Staying in Love by Andy Stanley
    Fridays, February 16 to March 9 ​​​
    7:00 to 8:30 pm at all campuses

    We all know what's required to fall in love. A pulse. Falling in love is easy. But staying there? That's something else entirely. With more than 1,500 matchmaker organizations in the United States, finding someone is easier than ever, but staying together seems to get more difficult every day. it possible for two people to fall in love and actually stay there? Absolutely. Find out how in this 4-part series, Staying In Love.

    $10 per workbook

    Registration has now closed, but walk-ins are welcome!

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    Rooted Experience
    A life-changing next step

    Mondays, January 15 to March 19
    6:30 to 8:30 pm at all campuses

    More than a program, seminar, or small group, Rooted is a catalyst for life change - inspiring questions, conversations, connections, and experiences where you will see and hear from God in new and surprising ways.

    Rooted groups meet for ten weeks on Mondays at all campuses, and there are also two additional gatherings (a prayer and serving experience) determined by your group. The final Rooted Celebration Dinner will be held at the Orland Park Campus.

    The cost for Rooted is $50/person, which covers the cost of participant materials, facilitator resources, and the celebration dinner. Childcare is available for children from birth through 5th grade ($40 per child for the ten Monday evenings). Please don’t sign up for Rooted if you know you will miss more than two meetings.

    What is the Rooted Experience?

    How has Rooted changed your relationship with God?

    Why should someone join a Rooted group?



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    Discover Parkview
    We'd love to meet you!

    Discover Parkview is a one-hour event held regularly at all Parkview campuses where you can get to know us a little better, and we can get to know you!

    At Discover Parkview, we’ll give you a snapshot of our story, and update you on where God is leading us as His church. We’ll also talk about ways that you can grow and get connected at your own pace through a variety of next steps, such as baptism, small groups, and serving opportunities, both inside and outside the church.

    Whether you’re new to Parkview or have been around for a while, Discover Parkview will help you take a next step in living the full life that Jesus has for you! (John 10:10)

    Sunday, April 22 | 12:45 - 1:45 pm
    Questions? Contact Jason Anhalt

    Sunday, April 22 | 10:00 - 11:00 am
    Questions? Contact Nathan Jones

    Sunday, March 18 | 10:30 - 11:30 am
    Questions? Contact Chaz Robbins


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    For 18 to 23s

    For 18 to 23-year-olds
    (See schedule below)
    Orland Park Campus
    Connect is a relaxed environment where young adults (in college, out of college, or no college) gather to connect with God and with each other.
    Join us on Tuesdays for conversation on topics that will challenge us to live out our faith in authentic ways. Stop by and let's get connected!


    * Tuesdays at 7:00 pm in the Chapel at the Orland Park Campus

    • Tuesday, Jan. 9 | Connect *
    • Tuesday, Jan. 16 | Connect *
    • Tuesday, Jan. 23 | Connect *
    • Tuesday, Jan. 30 | Connect *
    • Tuesday, Feb. 6 | Connect *
    • Tuesday, Feb. 13 | Connect *
    • Tuesday, Feb. 20 | Connect *
    • Tuesday, Feb. 27 | Connect *