Parkview Christian Church is committed to helping its church members and the surrounding community who may
have special circumstances that prevent them from meeting their basic needs. Our church is a place that
anyone will find free Biblical guidance concerning God’s Word, and as needed, access to faith-based
counseling and possibly financial assistance.
For members and regular attenders in need of finacial assitance we ask that you meet with one of the leaders
at the church, share your need and we will do our best to help in anyway we can. However, we understand
God's church is bigger than our building and we have a responsibility to our community. Therefore,
benevolence funds are also available to those outside of our fellowship. The process of receiving assistance
begins with the completion of our benevolence assitance form
(Click Here to Download). Please read the
instructions carefully and fill out the form completely. Once the form is received it will be assigned to
an elder that will meet with you and guide you through the process.
Manna Pack Ministry: Remember the person you passed yesterday? You know the, one standing on the corner holding
the cardboard sign that read “hungry anything will help”. Do you remember what you felt? Did you wish you
could give them something? As a church body we want to meet the simple needs of people and to see people
through the eyes of Jesus. How do you think Jesus sees these people? Loving people begins by seeing the world
differently. One way we do this is though a Manna Pack ministry. A Manna Pack is a gallon sized Ziploc bag
filled with some basic essentials of life. These packs are available for individuals to keep in their car.
Then when you see the need you will have a way to meet it.
The Blessings Box: The Parkview Christian Church Blessings Box is located by
our upper parking lot facing Arlington street. The box is filled with non perishable food
that is free for the taking. Our hope is to help those in our community that are in need. There are no
requirements for taking from the box. It is unmonitored except for when we stock it. We have gotten questions
about people wishing to help in this ministry. If that is what God is leading you do to please feel free to
leave items in the box as well. All we ask is they be non perishable, sealed, and not expired. In winter months
we ask that you not leave items in plastic or glass containers as they may bust during cold weather.
If you leave an item in the box we will add the label.