Updated September 18, 2020
Worship With Us Online & Outdoors
In response to COVID-19, Parkside Church has moved to an online service at 9:45am. Additional services (either morning or evening) have been moved outside on selected dates, weather permitting. The latest update from Governor DeWine directs us to maintain a social distance outdoors. Masks are required where a social distance cannot be maintained.
Join Us Back Inside on Sept. 27
We are currently planning on bringing services indoors beginning September 27, at 9:45am, 11:15am, and 6pm. Each service will be identical and the 9:45am service will still be livestreamed. Learn more about our reopening plan and guidelines here.
For those who want to continue to livestream, you can watch at any of these locations:
- Parkside Church Homepage
- Parkside Facebook
- Parkside Church YouTube Channel
- Truth For Life Livestream Page
- Truth For Life Facebook
- Truth For Life YouTube Channel
Our team will continue to update you though our website, emails, and Insider e-newsletter. If you don't receive our church newsletter and would like to, you can sign up here.
- September 18: Reopening guidelines for Sunday services for Sept. 27, a video message from Alistair Begg, and additional resources sent through the Parkside Insider.
Building and Bookstore & Cafe
At this time, our building is open for Parkside employees only during the week, from 8am to 5pm, and pastoral and administrative teams are working to continue to care for the needs of our congregation. If you need pastoral care, please call 440-543-1212, and someone from our team will be in touch with you. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Books by the Park is open from 10am - 2pm, Monday - Friday. At this time, the cafe will remain closed.
Fieldstone Counseling Page on COVID-19
Here you will find content (audio, video, and articles) created by the Fieldstone team, as well as thoughtful, recommended resources that the team has curated from other organizations.
The Gospel Coalition-COVID-19
Articles discussing the issues and concerns surrounding the pandemic from a Christian perspective.