How do I become a member?
What classes can I take as a non-member?
Do you baptize babies?
We practice believers' baptism. This means a person must be able to confess Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. They must have conscious decision making ability to understand the confession and commitment to the Lord they are making. Because of this, we do not baptize children; we dedicate them to the Lord through prayer in a special one time ceremony. Baby dedication is available for children under 5 years of age.
When is adult baptism?
Baptism will be held during our Super Sunday Services. These bi-monthly, first Sunday services are held in the evening at 6pm.
Orientation is held the week prior to water baptism service at 9:45am. This orientation is mandatory for candidates. The orientation reviews the biblical purpose and spiritual significance of water baptism
Why should I attend a cell group?
Attend a Cell Group for fellowship, Bible study, discipleship, a sense of family within the family, accountability, and connection.
How do I choose a cell group?
Choose a Cell by prayer, availability, location, time, connection to leader, and special emphasis.
What is Jesus Fraternity?
Jesus Fratenity is one of the large discipleship groups in Parklawn’s Men of Honor Men’s Ministry. This group meets on Monday's 7pm to 8:30pm in Café. Men can join at ANY time. If interested, contact Elder Clive Burrell.
How do I learn more about Parklawn Assembly of God?
Take part in our Church Orientation, and be sure to check out our Welcome Visitor Brochure to find out more information about Parklawn Assembly of God.
When are services?
Do you have a website?
Be sure to check us out on the web at www.parklawn.org.
How do I get involved in serving in ministries within the church?
If you have been looking for a way to make a difference in your church and city, have specific skills and talents that could benefit the church, and are willing to volunteer your time and talent to help people experience the Life, Light and Love of God, then you are invited to become a Parklawn “MVP.” To find out more, click here.