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Alison Gardiner

Parkview Collective Director

Myers-Briggs: ENFJ-The Giver

Enneagram Number and Title: 8-The Challenger

Spiritual Gifts: Wisdom, Shepherding, and Leadership

Top Strengths: Relator, Achiever, Activator, Responsibility, and Belief

Personal Bio

Originally from St. Charles, Illinois Alison Gardiner completed her undergraduate studies in Biblical Exposition and Theology at Emmaus and received her master’s degree in Social Work from University of Illinois at Chicago.  She is married to Austin and they have two kids Aj and Maxwell (Wells). With a passion for people, Alison loves spending time with her family and collaborating with others to make a difference in her community.  Outside of her work at Parkview, Alison enjoys crafts and working creatively with her hands.  As the Director of Parkview Collective, which allows the church to partner with schools and other churches in Villa Park, Alison spends her days investing in students’ lives.  She also connects caring adults with kids for individualized mentoring.  Since Alison truly has a heart for children, she desires to use encouragement and care to help kids realize and reach their fullest potential.

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On August 26, 2021, IL Governor J.B. Pritzker issued an Executive Order mandating that masks be worn at all indoor gatherings. Although churches are exempt from the Executive Order, out of respect for governing authorities, Parkview has continued to ask staff, leaders, volunteers, and those attending Sunday gatherings to wear a mask while indoors. We are grateful for our people’s understanding and willingness to do so. The Governor recently indicated that his Executive Order will be rescinded on Monday, February 28th making masks no longer required in most indoor settings. In anticipation of that, on Sunday, February 27th Parkview will return to a “mask optional” policy.

While the mask policy has once again shifted, our commitment to your health and wellbeing has not. We remain dedicated to thoroughly cleaning our public spaces before and after our gatherings. Masks and hand sanitizer are still readily available to those who want them.

Navigating these difficult days has not always been clear or easy. Whatever your perspective on current realities, as fellow Christians, let us allow kindness, grace and compassion characterize our interaction and relationships. In the words of the Apostle Paul, “Let us be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God in Christ forgave you.”

I look forward to being with you on Sundays.
Grace and Peace,
Ray S. Kollbocker
Lead Pastor