March 21, 2021
Job Opportunity – Director of Music/Organist, Forest Hill Church, Presbyterian: We are seeking a Director of Music/Organist who will be responsible for all aspects of the worship music for morning services each Sunday, be the accompanist for worship services, rehearse, direct and accompany choirs for adults, youth and children, and supervise any Ensemble Directors. The […]
Our Battle for Democracy continues this summer as we take our campaign to five Cleveland neighborhoods to engage voters around the 2021 Cleveland mayoral primary in September and the general election in November. Our canvassing efforts are focusing on the Central, Fairfax, Glenville, Lee-Harvard and Slavic Village neighborhoods, which have seen historically low voter turnouts in recent […]
The Nominating Committee is working hard to fill the open positions for Elder, Deacon, and Elected Leader on all our ministries. If you are interested in being considered or know of someone who might be, please let Ron Register, Barb Hansen, or one of the pastors know.
Would you like to get back into singing? Are you eager to connect with singers and music-lovers from Forest Hill Church? The Chancel Choir is meeting weekly on Zoom! Join us for practice. Please email Ying at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how to access the Zoom meeting and download music. How can you keep from […]
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This Saturday, June 26, we will be canvassing in the Fairfax neighborhood to talk with residents about voting and vaccines and catalog vacant houses. Once again, we are looking for 30 volunteers to help us dialog with the residents of a key East Side Cleveland neighborhood. Here are the canvass details: When: Saturday, 9:30am-1:30pm Meet at: St. John Baptist Church, 2300 E 100th Street, […]
Julie Lustic, Vikki Nowak, Melanie Alban, Linda Martin, Danielle Cosgrove, and Lisa Vahey read and discussed Me and White Supremacy together this past year. We have continued to meet in our small group and are currently reading and discussing The Color of Compromise by Jemar Tisby. We wanted to offer another opportunity for anyone who […]
Sign up through the office to participate in our Zoom movie review of The Young Messiah, Wed Mar 17 @ 7pm. Watch the film on Netflix beforehand and then join your church friends in reflecting on the experience.
Karamu House and the Musical Theater Project are offering The Story of Shuffle Along online for free for the entire month of February! Register here to receive access to watch it free for the entire month. Member Treva Offutt collaborated on the show as both a performer and choreographer.
Please join our Maundy Thursday Service on Zoom! Time: Apr 1, 2021, 07:00 PM Eastern Time (the US and Canada) Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/85499936691 Meeting ID: 854 9993 6691 One tap mobile1-301-715-8592
This Lenten season, please give generously to One Great Hour of Sharing. One Great Hour of Sharing is the single, largest way that Presbyterians come together every year to work for a better world by sharing God’s love with our neighbors-in-need around the world. Click through for a video by member Danielle Cosgrove on the […]
Are reparations part of the solution to the seemingly intractable question of racial inequality? On Sat Mar 27, the Black Caucus will begin a 5-part series of ZOOM discussions on this prickly question. All are invited and encouraged to attend. The 1st meeting will focus on the Declaration of Independence & U.S. Constitution; the slave […]
Help Camp Lilac, a camp for transgender youth supported by FHC, by purchasing Ann Williams’ homemade jams online at Grandma Makes Stuff, by phone (216) 470-0074 or email. Sale prices for Blueberry, Cherry, Pear-Spice, Peach, Plum, Raspberry, Strawberry, Tropical Fruit jams; Apple Butter (small only); Apricot-Ginger Spread; & Grape Jelly: Prices: $3 – Small 8 […]
Two new Adult Ed offerings are coming up. The 1st, from Mar 14-28, will focus on the parables about plants and growth in the Book of Luke, and will be led by Pat Jenkins & Ann Williams. The 2nd, from Apr 11-May 23, will explore ways to pray focused on the Lord’s Prayer. Two groups […]
This series is includes presentations and small group discussions on the history of racial inequality in this nation and lays the foundation for consideration of appropriate reparations. The discussion resumes with a focus on the period of time from the Civil Rights Movement up to the present day. Send an email to BlackCaucus@FHCpresb.org to receive […]
All are invited to join a discussion of “The Color of Compromise” by Jemar Tisby, on Saturday, June 5, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM. In this book, the author writes about the roots of sustained racism and injustice in the American church. He presents a historical survey of the role of race in American Christianity, […]
All are invited to join our Black Caucus Book Club discussions. Register with office to receive Zoom info for the April discussion of Toni Morrison’s The Origin of Others, & in June: Jemar Tisby’s The Color of Compromise.