Forest Hill Church:
Forest Hill Presbyterian Church is a progressive community of open and affirming people committed to spiritual growth, social justice, following Jesus Christ, and celebrating God’s love. Come and see!
- 2/7 12:30–2:00pm: Taste of NOLA and game show review of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ “The Case for Reparations“
- 2/14 all day: Celebrate Valentine’s Day at a black-owned restaurant
- 2/21 12:45–3:00pm: BAKARI KITWANA and panel discussion of “The Case for Reparations”
- 2/27 5:30-6:30pm: Soul Food Pot Luck Supper (reservations required) Sign-up for your food contribution here.
- 2/27 6:30-8:30pm: Gospel Concert
- 2/28 12:30-2:00pm: Rap as Poetry exploration by Forest Hill Church Youth
All events free and open to the public
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!
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with brunch or dinner out at a black-owned restaurant. Take your favorite date to one of the restaurants listed here or join The Group at Zanzibar Soul Fusion (13225 Shaker Blvd) or the Pacesetters at Frederick’s Wine and Dine (on Fri. Feb 12, from read more »
On Tues. Feb. 16 @ 7pm, the Cuyahoga Country Prosecutor, prosecutor candidates, and other criminal justice system officials will face 1,000 Greater Cleveland Congregations members at Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple, 23737 Fairmount Blvd in Beachwood. Contact Jennifer to say you’ll attend and if you’d like to carpool.
We’re using VolunteerSpot for Lenten supper set-up sign-ups!
Click here, enter your email and choose your spots. You’ll get a confirmation and reminder. (If you prefer, call the office and Lynda can sign you up manually.)
The all-male Singers Club chorus will give a special concert in our sanctuary at 3:00pm, Sun. Mar. 13 along with our own Chancel Choir and The Distinguished Gentlemen of the Spoken Word. The latter is a group of Cleveland African-American males ages 8-18 studying the art of performance poetry, mime, movement and song. A Morag Keefe after-concert reception will follow. Invite friends!