Building Into the Next Generation

Building Into the Next Generation

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Recent Blogposts

  • Locations Change, but God

    This past week we returned to the Auditorium after the completion of its renovation.

  • Open Spaces, Familiar Faces

    With Thanksgiving right around the corner, the idea of cooking for this food-focused holiday can be daunting.

  • The Building is Almost Ready. The Kids Are Coming Soon. We

    Over the past year at Parkside, we have often heard the phrase, “building into the next generation,” and the new children’s wing is evidence that we are serious about nurturing and caring for families.

  • Building into the Next Generation: Facility Update and Funding Status

    Parkside needs to receive the remaining pledges committed for 2014 and 2015 to fund its building construction projects in process.

  • Building Into the Next Generation: A New, Improved Fellowship Hall

    With so much construction taking place in the much-anticipated Children’s Wing, you might not have noticed some changes going on in Fellowship Hall.

  • Meet Ralph and Bob, Parkside

    During the last week of August, cement trucks came in droves and crews poured and finished the foundation for Parkside Church’s new children’s wing. Once the concrete was set, crews were onsite at the start of September to begin setting the steel beams for the rest of the structure. Both projects mark major milestones for Parkside’s vision of building into the next generation and have been expertly managed by our representatives in the field, Ralph Repp and Robert (Bob) McCoy, co-owners of Choice Repps Construction Advisers.

  • Building Into the Next Generation: Changes Around Parkside Church

    Parkside Church’s vision for Building Into the Next Generation has been rooted in the importance of investing in Gospel relationships for Gospel growth which includes the care and education of our children. God has guided and blessed us in many ways throughout this journey, and we are excited to announce that we are ready to begin construction of the eagerly anticipated new wing for our growing Children’s Ministry.

  • Building Into the Next Generation Update: Plans for the VFW Building

    The unassuming, faded yellow building that once cared for Veterans of Foreign Wars has long sat as the quiet neighbor of our busy and bustling Parkside Church. Acquired by Parkside in 2009, the site of the old VFW building will find new purpose as the home of Truth For Life, Pastor Alistair Begg’s teaching ministry.

  • Update of Building Plans

    On Sunday, October 14, 2012, at the 7 p.m. service, Parkside Church held its 2011 annual meeting. During that time, Alistair Begg, on behalf of the Elders, updated the congregation on the refinements to our vision of Building into the Next Generation.

  • Building Into the Next Generation: Gospel Impact in Our Region

    Last week, 50 kids from Parkside Church teamed up with an additional 185 kids from around the country to serve our neighbors in the Northeast Ohio communities of Bedford, Bedford Heights, Walton Hills, and Euclid. Under the guidance of student missions organization, World Changers, members of Parkside's youth ministries painted, re-roofed, and performed other light construction jobs on 26 sites in the area.