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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  • Volunteer for the United Way Services of Geauga County 2021 Day of Action!

    Spring is in the air, and I’m sure many of you are anxious to (safely) get out of the house after so many months of feeling cooped up. United Way Services of Geauga County has been working on ways to help volunteers get involved in giving back to the community while remaining safe. This year's United Way Day of Action, which will take place on June 18th, will be a great way to get out and help. Historically this is a day that provides volunteers an opportunity to be a part of solutions that make a difference in people’s lives in our county. We are confident that our project will do just that … make a difference!

    Our Day of Action project is to build and plant a garden for women in recovery at Lake-Geauga Recovery’s Twelve Meadows Women’s Residence in Munson Twp. In addition to the garden, there will be opportunities on this day to build garden accessories or work with our Women United Group in building bookshelves for the Twelve Meadows residence.

    Our office is following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and local health authorities to ensure we have the right plans and resources in place to safeguard your health and well-being. If you are interested in helping on June 18th, please let me know and we will plug you in safely.

    For Volunteer or Sponsorship opportunities, contact Karen Perko at


  • Help Needed?

    Are you or is someone you know in need of help with yardwork or small home repair projects and cannot afford to hire someone? The Parkside Church Handyman Ministry may be able to help!


    Contact Ken for more information.

  • Handyman Ministry Volunteers Needed

    Are you handy around the house? Would you like to help others in our church and community with small home repairs or yard work? Consider joining the Handyman Ministry.


    Contact Ken for more information.


Jacque Platek