Parkside News

Parkside News

Recent Blogposts

  • July Book Recommendation

    Can a book of prayers written for the Church of England over 350 years ago be useful to us today?

  • New Service Times

    Beginning August 1, our morning Sunday service times will move to:

    • 9am with Livestream
    • 10:30am

    Our evening service will remain at 6pm.

    We look forward to worshiping with you at these new times!

  • July 4 Sunday Schedule

    In observance of the Independence Day holiday weekend, we have an amended Sunday schedule on July 4, with services in the morning at 9:45am and 11:15am, but no evening service.

  • Summer Evenings at Parkside

    We're taking the evening service outdoors throughout the summer.


  • Parkside's Newest Staff Members

    We’d like to introduce you to the newest members of the Parkside team! Learn More >
     

  • Brave by Faith Book Release

    In this new book by Alistair Begg, learn from the book of Daniel how to live confidently for Christ today. Learn More >

  • April Book Recommendation

    Being a Christian is not an individualistic or isolated activity. Believing also involves belonging. Being a Christian, by definition, involves belonging to the church.

    This is not a book full of ideas about how your church ought to change or what it needs to do in order to grow or to be successful. Rather it is about how we fit into our own church. Read More >

  • An Update to Social Distancing Guidelines

    On April 8, Governor DeWine signed an amended health order which clarified the social distancing guideline as it applies to religious organizations. As a result of this amended order, the elders at Parkside have updated the guidelines we have in place for social distancing. Learn More >

  • Thank You, Brandon Smith

    This week we said goodbye to one of our Pastoral Team members, Brandon Smith, as he and his wife move to Cincinnati. Brandon began as a pastoral resident in 2013 and joined the pastoral team upon completion of the residency. For the past seven years, Brandon has served in various roles including middle school, young adults, care ministries, community involvement, and has led a Sunday Morning Group. Read More >

  • Easter Book Recommendations

    As Easter Sunday approaches, we encourage you to take time for personal reflection or family discussion to consider the events and meaning surrounding the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Here are three resources we recommend to help you look at Easter with a fresh perspective.