Location: Room A226
Start Time: Sun 24, Nov. 2019, 8 a.m.
End Time: Tue 31, Dec. 2019, 5 p.m.
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.
Location: Christ Community Chapel, 750 W Streetsboro St., Hudson, OH 44236
Start Time: Sun 8, Dec. 2019, 3 p.m.
End Time: Sun 15, Dec. 2019, 4 p.m.
Whether it was ten years ago or last week, losing someone close to you can be a difficult reminder during the holidays. Join Christ Community Chapel in Hudson to honor those no longer with us and look towards the future with hope. This service will include worship, an encouraging message, and an opportunity to light a personalized candle in remembrance of your missed loved one.
We’d love to show a photo of your loved one, so please register and submit your photo online by Dec. 1. There is no cost to attend. A reception with information on different support groups will immediately follow.
Christ Community Chapel is located at 750 W Streetsboro St. in Hudson, OH 44236.
For more information contact Lori McMillen: Phone: 330.650.9533 Email: Lori.McMillen@ccchapel.com
Thank you to those who have picked up boxes to fill! If you have a box from us, please plan on bringing it back to the church by Wednesday, Nov. 20.
If you weren’t able to pick up a box this year, there are still three other ways to help: by donating money for a turkey, loading the truck, or distributing meals. Pick up a form from any info center or visit parksidechurch.com/thanksgiving for details.
Thank you for your generosity!
This year marks the 33rd year that Parkside Church has endeavored to provide complete Thanksgiving dinners to families who might otherwise be unable to enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday. There are several ways you and your family can participate in this fun and meaningful project that not only bestows kindness and love to our neighbors, but also brings together our church family through this service opportunity. Join us this November as we partner with Scranton Road Bible Church to help make the holiday season brighter for families in Cleveland. Approximately 300 boxes will be needed.
Good Tidings Benefit Choir recruiting voices for 30th annual fundraiser for the Geauga Hunger Task Force!
The autumn colors are beginning to show. Soon after, we will be enjoying the holidays. But not everyone can look forward to these days with joy. One in six in Ohio are food insecure. One in nine in Geauga County cannot count on their next meal.
How would you like to truly help your neighbors by singing?
It is time again for the voices of the Good Tiding Benefit Choir to come together to raise spirits and funds for the Geauga Hunger Task Force. All practices will be held at Notre Dame Chapel, 13000 Auburn Road in Munson, Ohio. Sundays 2 pm - 4 pm. This year is special as it is the choir’s 30th anniversary and we celebrate our continuing success in caring for our neighbors.
Start Time: Fri 6, Sept. 2019, 6 p.m.
End Time: Fri 6, Sept. 2019, 8 p.m.
Volunteers are needed Saturday, September 7 at the Convoy of Hope Cleveland Community Event in Partnership with Hope Over Heroin!
Join Convoy of Hope in serving thousands of Guests of Honor with free resources such as groceries, haircuts, family portraits, job and health services, a kids zone and more!
Volunteer Rally: September 6, 7-8pm
Milkovich Middle School, 19800 Stafford Ave., Maple Heights, OH 44137
Volunteer Check-in: September 7, 7am
Stafford Park, near Milkovich Middle School, 5440 Mayville Ave., Maple Heights, OH 44137
Event runs until groceries run out or all guests have been served, typically mid-afternoon. Volunteers are asked to stay an additional two hours to help clean-up the park.
More Information and Registration: www.convoyofhope.org/cleveland
Questions? Call 216-694-0896.
Thank you to each person who volunteered time to help make Community Day 2019 successful! We could not have done it without you! Pray that God will use this event in the lives of the visitors who came to strengthen relationships with those who invited them, and to bring them a step closer to Himself.
Location: Public Square, Cleveland
Start Time: Sat 29, June 2019, 4 p.m.
End Time: Sat 29, June 2019, 7 p.m.
SEE: There are about 3,000 school-age children experiencing homelessness so far this year in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. They're threatened by a cycle of poverty that leaves them stigmatized and struggling for normalcy – with little hope of escape. Right now, it’s imperative that the Church has eyes to see this crisis.
STAND: Members from every church in greater Cleveland are invited to stand in Public Square on Saturday June 29th to represent each homeless student in our city. And we won’t simply be raising awareness – we’ll be transforming awareness into action.
SERVE: Join The City Mission and serve your young, hurting neighbors by participating on June 29th and in the days to follow. This event will include live worship, prayer, food trucks, activities for families, and more! There is no cost to attend.
Schedule of Events:
4-5:30 Family Friendly Activities, Engagement with Community Partners, Food Trucks, Entertainment
5:30-6 Guest Speakers
6-6:30 Gather for Stand In & Stand In Moment
6:30-7 Devotional Message & Worship
Pastor Jawanza Colvin of Olivet Institutional Baptist Church & Pastor Jonathan Schaeffer of Grace Church Middleburg Heights will be sharing a pastoral challenge about joining God in His pursuit of these nearly 3,000 children.
Find out more information about The City Mission and the Stand In event and register as a family, individual, or small group today: www.thecitymission.org/stand-in
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.
Location: Solon Middle School – 6835 Som Center Rd, Solon, Ohio 44139
Start Time: Sat 22, June 2019, 11 a.m.
End Time: Sat 22, June 2019, 1 p.m.
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.