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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  • Cleveland Clinic Hospice Volunteer Opportunity

    Let Your Light Shine- Be a Cleveland Clinic Hospice Volunteer

    One hour a week can change two lives; a person facing a life-limiting illness and yours.

    Considered the model of quality, compassionat care for people facing life-limiting illness, hospice focuses on caring, not curing, and involves a team approach that includes volunteers.

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  • Jun

    Direction Up 5K Run and Walk

    My name is Tahja Lauderdale from Direction Up Foundation and Direction Up Basketball Camp.

    On Saturday, June 22 Direction Up will host our first annual race, a family and youth-friendly fitness experience designed to promote healthy living, fitness and wellness for all ages in the Solon/Cleveland community.

    With 33% of children in Ohio diagnosed as overweight or obese, and more than 60% of adolescents suffering from low self-esteem, at Direction Up, our goal is simple — to empower and inspire youth to live their best and happiest lives through fitness and positivity. Through the 5k Run and Walk, youth and families will have the opportunity to bond, get fit, enjoy the beautiful Solon scenery and make new friends, all while having fun.

    Download the informational flyer here!

  • Apr

    Messiah Choir Returns to Benefit Food Pantries

    The Good Tiding Benefit Choir invites you to listen for a cause. This all volunteer ecumenical choir formed 30 years ago to help the local food banks through the work of the Geauga Hunger Task Force (GHTF). The Choir will continue their legacy of raising spirits and funds by performing the Easter sections of GF Handel’s “Messiah.” The two performances of this timeless Oratorio will be Sundays, April 7th and April 14th at 3 pm at Notre Dame Chapel, 13000 Auburn Road in Munson. There is no charge or reservations for the performances but a goodwill offering will be taken. All attendees will also be invited to join in the Hallelujah chorus.



Jacque Platek