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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  • Nov

    Christmas Benevolence Project 2022

    Parkside Church desires to share the joy of Christmas with families in need, both in Cleveland through our partnership with Scranton Road Bible Church, and in our surrounding community by partnering with local schools and organizations. By purchasing essentials and Christmas gifts, our goal is to offer families hope during the holiday season: the hope that comes from generosity, and the hope that comes from Jesus.


  • Oct

    Thanksgiving Box Project 2022

    Every fall for the past 36 years, Parkside Church has helped provide complete Thanksgiving dinners to families in the Cleveland area. Boxes filled with non-perishable food and a whole roasting turkey are hand-delivered to those who might otherwise be unable to enjoy the holiday with a traditional meal.

    We invite you and your family to join us as we partner with Scranton Road Bible Church to make this Thanksgiving Day brighter for more than 200 families.


  • Sep

    Running with a Mission for The City Mission

    Saturday, September 10, 2022 The City Mission will hold their 11th Annual Running with a Mission event. You can join their 5k run or 1 mile in person or virtually. There will be fun for the whole family throughout the event with a kid's dash, live DJ, and lots more. You can also help them as an event sponsor or as a volunteer. All proceeds go directly to the care and resources offered to the residents of The City Mission.





Jacque Platek