The heart of children’s ministry at our church is to teach kids about who Jesus is and how the gospel applies to their lives in real and engaging ways. Through creative teaching, supportive environments, and close knit small group classes, we guide kids towards a better understanding of what it means to have a relationship with God. We want children to know that all the stories in the Bible are true and matter, that fun and games are definitely allowed at church, that worship can be full of loud music and silly dancing, and that there are adults in the church who truly want to love and lead them closer to Jesus.


Student ministry is a huge part of what we do at our church. We want to guide our students in developing a personal faith in Christ as they step into their specific roles in the story He’s writing with their lives. We work hard to create environments that engage students in good conversation about God, encouraging them to ask questions, search out answers, and truly learn to listen to His leading in their lives. And maybe even have a little fun while they’re at it!

We know that the middle and high school years are a time where students are most in need of kindness and community and someone to walk alongside them as they grow. Our student ministry provides just that, connecting students with one another as well as with leaders who want to support them in their journeys. Both middle and high school groups meet weekly, each focusing on worship, teaching, and small groups to encourage students in their faith.


God has designed us to be known and understood through the unique ways that he has created us. Men need other men to connect with, and women need other women to relate to. Our adult ministries get together for weekly Bibles studies, encourage one another through prayer, enjoy nights out for fun and fellowship, and gather for retreats and other events that we hold throughout the year. Check out the event calendar to keep up with all that is going on and join us! 



Community Groups

During the school year, small groups of people from our church and the surrounding community gather together to learn and explore what it means to follow Jesus. Some meet after church for lunch and others throughout the week. These groups gather to laugh, cry, share, rejoice, pray, care for, support, and encourage one another in faith through relationships. Regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, age, background, or story, community groups are a great place to belong. Although Lilburn and the surrounding areas are saturated with people, it’s easy to feel alone and anonymous. We invite you to come and live life with us in community and to join a group! 

Fresh Hope

Fresh Hope is an international network of Christian support groups for those who have a mental health diagnosis and for their loved ones. At the core of Fresh Hope is the belief that it is possible to live well in spite of having a mental health challenge because of the hope found in Christ; that no matter how one feels, it is possible to still have hope because of Christ.

A Fresh Hope group is a peer-to-peer-led, safe, encouraging, and healing environment where real hope and real healing take place and the sure hope of Christ is foundational.

James Martin

James and his family recently moved here from Philadelphia PA to serve as our Lead Pastor. He is married to his wife Elizabeth and has two children, James Jr. and Hudson. He is a graduate of Covenant Theological Seminary. Over the last five years James has been involved in church planting and church revitalization. James brings new passion and vision to the life and ministry of Parkview. In his spare time he enjoys exercise, travel, wrestling matches on the couch with his sons, and late night episodes of the Great British Baking Show on Netflix.