Bible Studies & Small Groups

Parkway Heights has various groups that meet together for fellowship and study. This year we began Wednesday in the Neighborhood groups, which met in people's homes for six weeks. We also have Bible studies and other small groups that meet throughout the week.

We encourage everyone to "band together" and become part of a small group. Learn more about banding together

  • Communication skills for co-parenting


    Download a Registration Brochure (PDF)

    Session I: Aug. 21-Sept. 25, 2019

    Session II: Oct. 9-Nov. 20, 2019 (except Oct. 31)

    Wednesdays, 6-7:15 p.m. in Fireside Room on second floor

    This class has been developed to assist parents who are divorced, who never married or who live together but do not always agree about parenting. Over the six-week class, parents will develop skills to communicate and work together towards raising an independent child. Topics will include a discussion of personality types, various types of relationships, raising strong children, psychological effects of divorce on children, decision making, communication, discipline, alienation and beyond.


    Dates and times TBD

    Join other cooks in the kitchen assembling casseroles for others needing special comfort during an illness or trying time. Casseroles are frozen and on hand when needed. To be informed of the next gathering, contact Dixie Evans at 601.270.9856 or


    Our Men's Ministry is open to all men who want to deepen their spiritual lives and simply enjoy fellowship together. Our men gather for a meal and fellowship on the fourth Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at area restaurants. 

  • monday lunch study

    Mondays, noon-1:15 p.m. / Room 240

    Led by Brian Ford

    Enjoy discussion and fellowship on Mondays (and occasionally Fridays) to explore the role of faith and spirituality in our lives and in those that have come before us. This group uses mostly audio/DVD studies. Search for "Monday Lunch Group" on Facebook to learn of date changes and more information. Please bring your own lunch.

  • praise team

    Practices Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. / Founders Hall

    Led by Sam Bruton

    If contemporary worship music is your style, then the Praise Team may be for you! The Praise Team features vocalists, guitarists, a keyboardist and a drummer. Other musicians are always welcome! The Praise Team leads worship at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings in Founders Hall.

  • prayer shawl ministry

    Mondays at 1 p.m. / Atrium

    Led by Tina Arrington

    Knit or crochet a prayer shawl or lap robe for those who are experiencing difficult times and circumstances. The Prayer Shawl Ministry has been a blessing in the lives of so many. You are invited to be a part of this special ministry. All skill levels and both men and women are welcome!

  • rebuilding when your relationship ends

    Next session will be offered fall 2019/ The Open Door Community

    Facilitated by Lou Ann Morris

    This highly regarded program ministers to hurting individuals. The nine-week workshop is based on the belief that if given information, guidance and emotional support, people can adjust to the ending of a relationship through separation, divorce or death and experience personal growth. Learn more at 

  • sanctuary choir

    Wednesdays at 6 p.m. / 2nd floor Choir Suite

    Led by Dr. Greg Fuller

    The choir welcomes you to serve with them in sharing the gift of music and facilitating a worshipful experience on Sunday mornings and at special services. The choir provides a supportive environment for members and cultivates mentoring relationships with student singers. Looking for a place to belong? Join our Choir Ministry!

  • united methodist women

    June Pegues, president

    The United Methodist Women is a community of women whose purpose is to know God and experience freedom through Jesus Christ; develop a creative, supportive fellowship; and participate in the missions of the church. UMW has two circles that meet: Bevill/Vickery Circle (Katrina Turk, chair) and Outreach Circle (Dixie McDougald, chair). All women are invited to join.