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  • Meet Kirsten Stevenson, Chagrin Falls High School Senior

    With long, confident strides and an outstretched hand, 18-year-old Chagrin Falls High School senior and member of Parkside Church, Kirsten Stevenson greets me with a friendly smile and firm handshake. After briefly getting to know Kirsten, it is easy to see why she was tapped as a student leader to participate in this year's drunk-driving awareness assembly, "Your Life, Your Choice,"  organized by the Chagrin Falls Police Department and held at Parkside Church this past Tuesday.

  • Missions Moment With Kathy Maenner

    Parkside missionary Kathy Maenner has just returned from her missions work in La Paz, Bolivia. Recently, Kathy sat down with Pastor Scott Kennedy to talk about her life and work in Bolivia, a few cultural differences between the Americas, and how she safely navigated Bolivia's treacherous "Death Road."

  • Ministry Profile: :transit: A Ministry For People Ages 22-35

    Serving two generations,  Generation X and the Millennial Generation, Parkside Church's young adult ministry brings together an ever-changing, diverse group of young adults who are constantly on the move.

  • Event

    Women's Tea: Legacy of Love

    Location: The Commons
    Start Time: Sat 15, May 2010, 1 p.m.
    End Time: Sat 15, May 2010, 3 p.m.

    Housework, children, busy schedules....as women we seldom take time to relax and treat ourselves. Afternoon tea is not one of our priorities.

  • Event

    Men's Forum: Navigating Uncertain Times

    Location: Auditorium/Commons
    Start Time: Sat 1, May 2010, 8 a.m.
    End Time: Sat 1, May 2010, 1:30 p.m.

    Buyouts, bailouts, skyrocketing unemployment.

    Strained relationships...at home, at work, at play. Mounting bills. Pressure. Shortened tempers. Stress. Will you cope? Will you survive?

    If you find yourself a harbor for fear, uncertainty, and doubt, then the 2010 Parkside Men’s Forum, Navigating Uncertain Times, is for you. Here is an opportunity to refocus your “spiritual GPS” on the sure and certain hope that is based on fact, not fiction.