Event Registrations

Adult Ministries
  • Transit is designed for young adults, single or married, ages 22-35.  Our ministry is designed to help you navigate these trying years, in uncertain times, with a foundation of timeless, scriptural truth.  

    At Transit, you can expect to deepen your understanding of how God’s Word applies to your life while developing relationships with fellow believers.  We offer a smaller-scale, mid-week, age-targeted contemporary worship event, in addition to organized opportunities for service and Christian fellowship.

    We meet on Wednesday nights at 7:30pm at the Loft, located at 31200 Solon Rd. Solon, OH 44139. Registration is not required to attend.


Children's Ministry
Church Forms
  • Thank you for your interest in publicly thanking God for the birth of your child during one of our worship services.  Please understand that this application is an initial contact and does not constitute a formal scheduling of the dedication. Baby dedication is open to members or regular attendees (attending for 1 year) and babies should be 12 months or younger. The scheduling will be confirmed after reviewing both this application and our worship schedule. If you have any questions please contact Renee 440.708.2113 or rpecek@parksidechurch.com.

  • Please fill out your membership application AFTER you have completed all 3 membership classes. 

    Husbands and wives must each fill out a separate application, but please turn them in at the same time so we may process your membership requests together.

    At Parkside, we believe that church membership is an important aspect of Christian discipleship.  As we join together, we are able to encourage each other in our Christian walks and hold each other accountable.

    There are three steps in the membership process at Parkside:

    1)  Attend our membership class In these sessions, we discuss what we believe at Parkside and how we operate as a church.Completing the classes does not obligate you to join, so if you want to learn more about Parkside, this is a good way to do that. If you want to join, these classes are required.

    2)  Once you’ve completed the Parkside Membership classes, you may fill out the online membership application.

    3)  When we receive your application, we’ll contact you to schedule a membership interview with one of our pastors and elders.  This gives us a chance to get to know you a bit, hear how you came to faith in Christ, and for you to ask any additional questions about the church.

    After you’ve completed these steps, our elders review and approve the applications. On a regular basis, we welcome new members to our church during a service.

Current Volunteer Opportunities
  • We are looking to add volunteers to our existing teams and create new ones. Will you help us as we minister to local nursing home residents?

    Parkside currently serves in six nursing homes in northeast Ohio: Kensington/Anna Maria, The Atrium, Aurora Manor, Independence Village, The Oaks of Brecksville, and Summit Point. We are hoping to maintain our current teams and expand our reach with volunteers.

    Volunteers can choose to:

    • Coordinate a team for a particular location
    • Play music/lead worship
    • Teach a Bible study
    • Care for and serve the residents

    If you'd like more information, or are ready to sign up to volunteer, select Register Now and we'll be in contact with you.

    More Information

  • Faithful Friends Ministry Volunteers

Student Ministry
  • Middle School Student Impact meets on Tuesday evenings from 7-9pm at the Warehouse (31200 Solon Rd, Solon, OH). Sign up here so we know you are coming!

  • High School Student Impact

  • O'Frenzy is a weekend that middle school and high school students won’t want to miss! Invite a friend, pack your jeans, and get ready to have some fun and deepen your relationship with Christ. The weekend retreat will include activities such as: friendly group competition games, Bible teaching, small group discussions, free time activities and much more.


    O'Frenzy is held at Camp Patmos on Kelleys Island. Students will sleep in cabins according to grade and gender. Most cabins are not heated so pack accordingly.


    We will be departing promptly at 8:30am on Saturday October 2 from The Warehouse. Please arrive at 8:00am so you don’t miss the bus.


    We will be back by 7:00pm on Sunday October 3 for pizza at The Warehouse. We will text updates as to the exact arrival time. (To subscribe to text updates, text 'ParksideMS' or 'ParksideHS' to 833-777-0355 and follow prompts.)


    Register by Friday September 24 and get your official O'Frenzy gear for free!

    • Before September 24: $95 per student
    • After September 24: $110 per student

    The price includes transportation, lodging, most activities* and all meals.

    Registration closes on Tuesday September 28.


  • 9th Grade Girls

Counseling and Support Ministries
  • All single moms are invited to join our online fall care group which begins September 16. The group will meet weekly on Thursday evenings for eight weeks and will study the book titled, Stronger-Finding Hope in Fragile Places by Angela Thomas-Pharr.

    This is a group for single moms of any age or circumstance. There is no cost to attend but, registration is required so that an email invitation and materials can be sent to you.

  • Sexual Integrity is an eight-week support group for men or women attending Parkside Church who seek to walk with purity and accountability. It is intended to help participants take the first step toward sexual purity through learning, confessing, and repenting, with the hope that they will increasingly abhor porn and adore God. 

    The first weekly meeting will be Thursday, September 30, at 7pm. Men will meet in Room B008. Women will meet in Room A223. 

    There is no cost to attend. Register below. 

    Please note: Although we consider confidentiality an essential ingredient of the group, you must know that if an illicit or illegal act is shared, the leaders of this group will function as mandatory reporters.

  • Our Dealing with Divorce ministry seeks to provide care for individuals who are going through or have been through divorce and who are looking for practical help from the Bible and the warm encouragement of others in similar situations. The care group is also open to those who would like to help a friend or family member who is going through divorce.

    Each fall we run a 7-week session on Thursday evenings that features a large group teaching time followed by a small group, facilitated discussion time. Materials are provided at no cost. The dates this year are October 10-November 21 from 7-9pm.