Community Involvement

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

Community Involvement is Parkside’s effort to go outside the walls of the church building and into the community. We desire to see the people who make up Parkside Church mobilized and involved in their communities for the sake of the gospel. Therefore, we want to hold or participate in events and make strategic partnerships in the communities where Parkside Church is represented by her members and attenders. These events and partnerships will provide opportunities to engage with individuals and the community at large in ways that promote the gospel.

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  • Sep

    United Way of Geauga County High School Volunteer Opportunities

    Are you a high school student? Or is one of your children a high school student in Geauga County? Our Youth Fund Distribution Committee is a group of inspiring young people who help determine the distribution of United Way funds to nonprofit organizations in Geauga County. The goals are to provide our youth with hands-on experience solving community problems and determining their impact on our community.

    To learn more and get involved contact Betsy Covington at

  • Sep

    Alternaterm's Fall In Love With Life Celebration

    Alternaterm Pregnancy Center happily invites you to their annual "Fall in Love with Life" celebration on September 9, 2016 at Parkside Church.  

    Join them for a night of laughter on

    September 9, 2016 at Parkside Church

    7100 Pettibone Rd., Chagrin Falls, OH 44023

    Check-in begins @5:30pm

    Dinner and Program from 6-9pm

  • Aug

    Volunteers Needed for Hospice of the Western Reserve

    Touch a life...Become a Hospice Volunteer.

    Hospice is a philosophy of care, not a place. We care for our patients wherever they call home. As a vital part of our team volunteers come from all walks of life, and have a variety of skills, talents and abilities.

    Opportunities to serve are diverse: visit patients and families to provide companionship, socialization, and comfort help with legacy work, transportation, light housework, meal preparation, run errands, make phone calls, help with clerical work, attend health fairs, make a presentation. Volunteers with specialized professional qualifications and training are also needed: attorneys, licensed hair dressers, massotherapists, pet therapy dogs and their handlers.


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