Event Registrations

  • A free two-week workshop on effective money management will be held March 19 and 26 in Room A205 from 7:00-9:00 p.m.

    Childcare will be available in Room A111.

    Covered Topics Include:

    *The Basics of Money

    *How to Manage Debt

    *Saving for the Future

    *How to Manage Cash Flow so that you can actually SAVE each month

    *Discovering Your Money Personality

    *Good Stewardship

    About the Instructor:

    Robert Winston, CFP is a member of Parkside Church and has been a financial planner in the Akron area since 1998. He graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration from West Virginia University in 1984. After spending many years in the telecommunications industry, he joined Skylight Financial Group in Cleveland as a financial planner. In 2004, he founded Vision Financial Management in Cuyahoga Falls. He lives in Hudson with his wife, Diane, and has three grown children.

Adult Ministries
  • How does someone discover who they are?

    God’s Word says we exist for more than the here and now, more than making ourselves happy or making the world a better, safer place to live. While these are great things, they will not bring us the deepest satisfaction and fulfillment.

    We not only exist for today, but we are created for a full and enjoyable future for all eternity. Understanding and living according to God’s design for our lives is the only thing that will bring true and lasting joy, contentment, meaning, purpose, and motivation.

    Why Am I Here?—the second part of our series—is all about finding our purpose as followers of Christ, and uniquely as women.

    All women, aged 15 and older, are invited to attend this talk on Feb. 1. Tracy Villers and Trish Coyne will lead this second discussion as we explore God‘s plan for how to live the fullest and most meaningful life possible.

    Join us for the second session, Why Am I Here? on February 1, 2020, from 9am-11:30am in the Venue. Register here to attend. Registration for session 3 will open in the spring.

    Session 1:  Who Am I? - October 26, 2019
    Session 2:  Why Am I Here? - February 1, 2020
    Session 3:  Then How Should I Live? - March 21, 2020

  • Transit is Going to a Cleveland Cavaliers Game!

    Join other young adults from Parkside Church to enjoy an exciting game of basketball on Tuesday March 24. The Cleveland Cavaliers will beat—ahem, play—the Sacramento Kings at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse.

    Tickets are $24 each for upper level seating (we will be seated as a group). Tickets must be paid for in advance by Monday February 24 to reserve a spot. Register now so you don't miss out!

    You may purchase more than one ticket upon registration, should you want to invite friends to come along. A carpool option from The Loft is available.

    Questions? Contact transit@parksidechurch.com or Rachel in the church office (440-543-1212).

  • 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
  • In an effort to increase security for children, Parkside Church utilizes a digital check-in system.  The digital check-in system requires that every child (birth-5th grade) be registered in order to enter any children’s ministry activity.

  • Thank you for your interest in serving in Children's Ministry!

    Please note: In order to serve with children, volunteers must be members or in regular attendance for a minimum of six months.


  • If you've got the ability to "ham it up" on stage and can memorize lines, we'd love to have you audition for our 2020 VBC skit team!

  • Girls' Craft Night is a fun night of "crafting," food, and fellowship for girls in Kindergarten-5th grades with their moms, grandmas, etc.

    When: Friday, February 7, 6-8:30pm

    Where: B020 (lower level, Commons)  NOTE: Event is at Parkside Church, not the Warehouse in Solon

    Cost: $10/girl for craft supplies; maximum $25/family (adults eat for free)

  • G.E.O. Kids is a midweek ministry for elementary boys and girls in grades 1-5. Children must be registered each year. The cost is $20/child for the year; scholarships are available. 

Church Forms
  • 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.

  • 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 Sandy 440.708.2108 or smansell@parksidechurch.com.

Students and College Ministry
  • Middle school students, get ready for a jam-packed winter weekend of indoor and outdoor fun!

    On Saturday, February 22, we'll leave from the Warehouse and head to Skyview Ranch in Millersburg, Ohio. Once there, enjoy everything the camp has to offer—from a game room to snow tubes to a zipline and optional horse-back riding or paintball. Come prepared to spend time in God’s Word with focused teaching sessions. We’ll return to the Warehouse by 7pm on Sunday, February 23.

    Cost to attend the retreat is $85. This covers 4 meals, snacks, lodging, camp use, and materials for the weekend. If you want to ride a horse or play paintball, there is an additional cost of $15 for horses and $20 for paintball, which can be indicated on the registration.

    Registration will close on Tuesday February 18.


  • High school students, join us for Winter Retreat 2020!

    We will leave from the Warehouse at 9:00am on Saturday, February 22, and head to Camp Mission Meadows in New York. Once there, we will spend focused time studying God's Word and add in some winter fun. We will return to the Warehouse on Sunday, February 23, by 7pm.

    Cost for the Winter Retreat is $100, which covers 4 meals, snacks, camp use, lodging, transportation, and weekend materials.

    Registration closes Tuesday February 18.


Counseling and Support Ministries
  • If you are divorced or going through divorce, please join us for our seven-week seminar series beginning Thursday, February 13. Each week will feature a different speaker addressing a divorce-related issue as well as some time for Q & A or discussion.

    There is no cost to attend. Childcare is available. The group is also open to those who would like to help a friend or family member who is going through divorce. 

    The topics that will be covered are:

    • Spiritual Issues
    • Financial Issues
    • Children/Teen Issues
    • Abuse
    • Dating & Relationships
    • Legal Issues
  • This registration is for those interested in learning more about serving in our Special Needs Ministry.


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Location: 31200 Solon Road, Solon OH 44139

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