Forest Hill Church:
welcoming to ALL
Come and see!
Holy Week and Easter
April 9: Palm Sunday
11:00 am Worship: Palms will be distributed
7:00 pm Beyond Boundaries concert
April 13: Maundy Thursday
6:30 pm Community Supper
7:30 pm Worship
April 14: Good Friday
12 – 3 pm Community Service at St. Paul’s Episcopal
Church (2747 Fairmount, Cleveland Hts)
April 15: Holy Saturday
7:30 pm Easter Vigil with outdoor watchfire and Baptism
April 16: Easter
9:00 am Worship with Communion (Chapel)
11:00 am Worship with Communion (Sanctuary)
12:00 pm Coffee and Conversation
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!
Start your day with bagels and conversation as Pastor Lentz and Rabbi Rob Nosanchuk discuss Four Questions for Our Modern World: How Passover Can Help All of Us Heal in a Divisive Time. Thurs Apr 6, 7:45-9:15am; $5 for Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple, Forest Hill Church or Mandel JCC members; $8 for community. At the Mandel JCC, 26001 S. Woodland.
Discover, or rediscover, the ancient practice of Lectio Divina this Lent with Rev. Lois Annich. Every Sunday @ 5pm throughout Lent, Rev. Lois Annich will lead participants in reading, reflecting on, responding to and resting in Scripture. (No reservations necessary!)
Get ready for a very special concert on Sun April 9 at 7:00pm in our sanctuary as Beyond Boundaries project musicians weave classical, jazz and folk roots into rich, connective music. Through story-telling, improv and musicianship, vocalist Amanda Powell read more »
Iris Circle will visit the Dancing Wheels Company in the Masonic Performance Arts Center at 36th & Euclid Ave, Tues. April 18 @ 11:00 am (leaving from church at 10:30.) Post-visit lunch at Nighttown. To join them, email Margie Glaros or Joyce Pope. read more »
Does a bystander have a legal duty to intervene on a victim’s behalf? Amos Guiora believes the obligation to intervene should be a legal requirement and non-intervention a crime. Come here why on Thurs Apr 27 @ 7pm at B’nai Jeshurun Congregation, 27501 Fairmount read more »
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