Welcome to Forest Hill Church:
Come and see!
Everyone is welcome at Forest Hill. No matter what age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, mental or physical ability, marital status, economic status, differences of thought or belief, or any other form of diversity you may exhibit…
all God’s critters got a place in this choir!
Listen to why
pictured at left,
and his wife
love Forest Hill
Lots and lots
Christmas parties are a great way to get to know other people outside of worship. Join the Pacesetters at the Bells on Sun. Dec. 6, 7pm for appetizers and desserts and a food pantry drive. RSVP to Chris Bell: especially in case the location is changed! Or join The Group at the Andrews on Fri. Dec. 11, 6:30pm for a potluck supper and help prepare gifts for a Blvd School family. Email Cathy Ghiandoni to RSVP.
The women of Iris Circle will visit the Violins of Hope exhibit at the Maltz Museum in Beachwood on Tues. Dec. 15 from 11am to noon, then lunch at Valenti’s Italian Restaurant, 3365 Richmond Rd. Contact Karen Loughridge for reservations by Dec. 12. All are welcome.
Join other young adults in a stress-free time for arts and crafts during Advent. Meet in the Forest Hill Church art room at 7:00pm on Tuesdays, Dec. 1, 8 and 15. No talent needed! See or email Rachel McDonald for more info. A joint venture with Fairmount Presbyterian Church.
Gian-Carlo Menotti’s opera Amahl and the Night Visitors will be performed in our Sanctuary on Sun. Dec. 20 during worship and again at 7pm. The role of the small boy Amahl will be sung by Henry Dyck with the role of Amahl’s mother sung by Lara Troyer. read more »
Our Holiday Angels program provides Christmas gifts for children in our community through 3 organizations – Boulevard School, our Labre Ministry, and our Food Pantry. Just pick an ornament off the tree in Fellowship Hall, purchase a gift matching the suggestion read more »
Are you growing in your prayer life? For 6 weeks in Feb-March, in collaboration with the Jesuit Retreat House of Cleveland, we will host Living Prayer, designed to grow your passion for prayer by exercising your prayer “muscle.” Watch for more info or email Eric Muller-Girard.