Mission to the World (MTW) headquartered in Lawrenceville, Georgia, is the denominational missions organization for Parkview Church. MTW advances the work of the body of Christ worldwide through a wide variety of word and deed ministries by identifying, selecting, training and sending men and women and integrating these into church-planting movements. We minister among unreached people groups in world-class cities as well as hinterland areas, partnering with national churches and indigenous leaders whenever possible. MTW also partners with local PCA churches to glorify God through the discovery and engagement of their unique potential, purpose and passion for cross-cultural ministry.

CARL & BECKY CHAPLIN

Serving in Riga, Latvia
(Read Chaplin’s Blog)
Support Account #11111

BETSY AESCHLIMAN

International Medical Missionary
(Read Betsy’s Blog)
Support Account #11214

The Job Network exists to provide job search advice, networking, and encouragement to all who attend. Meetings are held every first Saturday morning at Parkview Church from 9:00am—10:30am and includes a light breakfast and frequent guest speakers who are widely experienced in various industries and fields of study. For more information or to register, please call below:

Lilburn is home to a diverse multicultural community with many residents new to life in America. ESL classes provide a great way to welcome and connect to the community as a missional ministry. Beginner and Intermediate Classes are held every Wednesday from 10:00am—11:30am between the months of September through May. Classes are free and open to all. To register, please call:

We help support the mission of the Lilburn Co-op as it serves those in our community with needs. As a Christian ministry, Lilburn Co-op exists to address the needs of families and individuals of Gwinnett County in Lilburn, Stone Mountain, and parts of Tucker for adequate food, clothing or shelter. Click here to visit the Lilburn Co-op website and learn more.

Empty land on the church property was recently converted to a multi-plot community garden. The garden beds are available to anyone in the community via an application process. Our hope is provide a place for people to grow healthy organic food for their families and to foster opportunities to build relationships with our neighbors. Please e-mail our secretary, Gerry Woodward at gerry@parkviewchurch.net to apply for a lot.