About Us

Our Mission

Celebrating growing advancing together in Christ.

Our Values


We celebrate and rejoice in the greatness, glory, and beauty of God, having our hearts captured by His ultimate worth, that in every sphere of our lives He would be declared and demonstrated as our supreme value and greatest joy.


We are growing deeper in the knowledge of God, the knowledge of ourselves, and the glorious reality of who we are in Christ, to the end that our worship is deepened, our community is strengthened, and we are adequately equipped and empowered for a life of faith.


We are learning, living, and working in community in order to encourage one another toward greater faith, love, and hope, all through and because of the finished work of Christ.


We see our primary calling as joining Christ in proclaiming and demonstrating the Gospel, through neighbor love,  to make the name of Jesus known and to bring the realities of heaven to bear on earth.

Meet Our Staff

Our staff is committed to the mission of Parkview Church, captaining the pursuit of celebrating worshipfully, growing the community lovingly, and advancing the Gospel faithfully. Please read through our beliefs to learn more about the foundations that author and doctrinal subscriptions that navigate this mission.

James Martin
Lead Pastor

Stephanie Tucker
Office Manager

Miriam Arnold
Children & Youth Director

Kyle Mayeske
Worship Leader

Our Elders

The elders of our church lead through serving and teaching. They are called to help pastor and bless those who attend by providing spiritual direction and care and to contribute to the life and ministries of Parkview by overseeing its vision and mission.


James Martin


Todd Long


Crayton Lankford


Doug Fernandez

What We Believe

The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) is a family of churches that are doctrinally Reformed and governmentally Presbyterian.

By Reformed, we mean that we are connected to the teachings of the historic church and the doctrinal beliefs recovered by the Protestant Reformation. By Presbyterian, we describe our representative form of church government. Local churches are governed by a group of elders (or Presbyters), elected by the members of the congregation.

Below is a summary of our core beliefs which are developed in more detail in the Westminster Confession of Faith and the Larger and Shorter Catechism.  Read Westminster Confession of Faith

Service Times

Sunday Worship 9:45am

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4875 Lilburn Stone Mountain Rd.
Lilburn, GA 30047

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