Welcome to Parkway Community Church

Are you looking for a church home where you can become part of a growing family of believers? Then consider Parkway Community Church in Hicksville, N.Y. 11801.

  • As a member of the Reformed Church in America, we welcome all who believe in God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
  • We have many opportunities for worship, education, fellowship, and volunteer service.
  • Our First Step Nursery School offers an enriching environment for preschool families
Join us this Sunday at 10 a.m. We look forward to seeing you! 

Ministry

CROP Walk Helps the Hungry in Our World

Our annual CROP Hunger Walk to raise awareness and funds for those in need will take place on Saturday morning, Oct. 11.

CROP stands for "Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty." It is a national fundraising event for Church World Service, the relief agency of the National Council of Churches of Christ USA. Funds raised through the CROP Walk will go to help victims of hunger, both here and abroad. Our goal is to have 50 walkers and raise $3,000 from their sponsors.

The CROP Walk will start and end in the church parking lot. We’ll walk down Stewart Avenue and along Levittown Parkway, starting at 10 a.m., rain or shine. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m.

Parkway Community Church and other Hicksville congregations will join in this important event. Come walk with us! Please sign up and donate online.

Our Young Parkway Pianists Perform

Easter Sunday was a joyous day at our Hicksville church as we celebrated Christ’s resurrection.

Two members of our Youth Orchestra contributed to our worship by performing piano selections.

Click on the following links to watch Nate play “Allegretto No. 2” by Carl Czerny and Mallory play Beethoven’s familiar "Ode to Joy."

Our thanks to Lauren Longo for leading our Youth Orchestra.

Listen to Our Latest Sunday Service

If you'd like to listen to our worship service from Sunday, Sept. 28, please click here.

We invite you to join us next Sunday for worship at 10 a.m.

Community

Pumpkins and More Coming in October

October is shaping up to be a busy month at Parkway Community Church in Hicksville:

On Oct. 4, hundreds of pumpkins will arrive for our annual Pumpkin Patch. We need many volunteers to help unload the truck, starting at 9 a.m., and staff the Pumpkin Patch throughout the month.

On Oct. 11, our annual CROP Hunger Walk will take place. Our goal is to have 50 walkers and raise $1,000. Please sign up and donate online.

On Oct. 19, we’re having a bake sale after worship to benefit the Susan G. Komen Fund for breast cancer research.

On Oct. 25, New York Blood Services we set up shop at our church from 9:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. We’re hoping to collect 30 pints of blood, which is in short supply on Long Island. Please give if you can. Call the church office at 516-938-1233 to schedule an appointment.

We invite you to join us for any and all of these activities.

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Let Us Praise God
With Our Voices

As Christians, we believe the Peace of God shapes the way we live with one another and how we use our resources in this world.

We are people committed to do the things of God and to use the gifts God has given to us.

We thank Cathy, Laura and Samantha for sharing their talents with our Hicksville church as they remind us of this message by singing “Let Us Talents and Tongues Employ,” accompanied on piano by Jane Lawson. Click here to listen.

Upcoming Events

  

The following events at our Hicksville church are open to everyone. For further information, please see our calendar or contact us by email or phone, 516-938-1233. We hope you will join us at 95 Stewart Avenue, Hicksville, N.Y. 11801. For directions, please see this map.


Sunday Worship

Oct. 5, 10 AM - World Communion Sunday. We celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion. Stay for our new Lunch Discussion Group starting at 12 Noon. A light lunch of homemade soup and Panera bread will be provided.

Oct. 12, 10 AM - World Hunger Sunday. Join us for worship and Church School.

Oct. 19, 10 AM - Women's Laity Sunday. Join us as the women of our congregation lead us in worship.

Oct. 26, 10 AM - Reformation Sunday. Join us for worship and Church School.


This Week

Sept. 29, 7 PM - Craft Group.

Oct. 1, 10:30 AM & 7:30 PM - Bible Study, Join us for a yearlong overview of the Old and New Testaments. Everyone welcome.

Oct. 1, 12 Noon - Retirees Luncheon.

Oct. 2, 2 PM- Afternoon Devotional. Come pray with us.

Oct. 3, 7 PM - Family Fun Game Night. Bring your favorite board game and a snack to share. Everyone welcome.

Oct. 4, 8 AM - Men's Breakfast. Join us for bagels and coffee. Stay to help unload the pumpkin truck.

Oct. 4, 9 AM - Pumpkins arrive! Volunteers needed to help unload the truck for our 10th Annual Pumpkin Patch. Please come out and bring a friend.


Oct. 4-31, 12 Noon to 6 p.m. - 10th Annual Pumpkin Patch. Buy pumpkins, pies and other seasonal items and help support our local ministries.


Upcoming

Oct. 7, 6 PM - Ladies Night Out at the church. Buffet from Chicken Sensation ($12) or bring your own dinner. Then stay to watch Philomena.

Oct. 9, 6:30 PM - Oktoberfest Dinner at the Oak Chalet restaurant. $32 per person (including tip). Call the church office by Sept. 28 to RSVP.

Oct. 11, 10 AM - Hicksville CROP Hunger Walk, starting in our parking lot.

Oct. 16, 7 PM - Book Club. Join us for a discussion of The Silver Star.

Oct. 18, 10 AM - Church School students bake goodies for Sunday's Bake Sale.

Oct. 19, 11:15 AM - Bake Sale following worship. Proceeds to benefit the Susan G. Komen Fund for Breast Cancer Research.


Food Pantry - We welcome donations of nonperishable food for the Hicksville United Methodist Church Food Pantry. This month, the food pantry requests donations of canned tuna and sauerkraut in addition to other items of your choosing. God blesses our lives in so many ways. Please share your blessings with others.


For further information about life at Parkway Community Church, please see our Sunday Bulletin and our Church Newsletter. We serve Hicksville, Westbury, East Meadow, and other neighboring communities.