We are moving from our Van Aken Blvd. building location to a new church home and will be “nesting” within Plymouth Church on Coventry Road in Shaker Heights. Our worship service will be held in person and online at 11:00 a.m. (Note return to 11 am). We will worship in the Herr Chapel of Plymouth Church on Coventry Road in Shaker Heights. We’d love to have you join us!
Worship with us in person in the Sanctuary or online via Zoom. Details on under the “Praise” tab of our website. September 12 we’ll be in our new space in Herr Chapel at Plymouth Church! Contact us with questions.
Find more information and ways to be part of the process at
Shaker League of Women Voters https://my.lwv.org/ohio/greater-cleveland/league-women-voters-shaker-heights-home
or join the Facebook Group called Honesty for Ohio Education .
Bring your backpacks, briefcases, laptop bags, canvass totes and any other school + work bagsto worship on Sunday, August 29 at 10:30 am for a Back to School blessing! We welcome anyone and everyone who is in some way returning to school or work and wants a blessing for the coming year. We will also collect school supplies to donate to folks who need them – so please bring items with you to church that day. In celebration of the new year, we will enjoy special refreshments after worship. Mark your calendars and plan to join in the excitement! All are welcome to worship at 10:30 and/or Blessing + Refreshments at 11:30 am! Invite a friend!
Join us 7/25 for a community conversation designed to build community and strengthen bonds between neighbors. Set within a time for prayer and reflection, this gathering seeks to grow curiosity, courage, and connection. Participants will respond to simple conversation starters, share their stories and perspectives, and discover common ground as well as diverse outlooks. Using materials from A Sanctified Art, we explore questions such as “Where Are You From?” and “Where Do We Go from Here?” Let’s come together, share stories, and grow common ground. This event will be hybrid (both in person and online.) If you’d like to join us via Zoom, let us know and we can send you the link. Pre-registration is necessary – sign up here: https://www.commongroundcle.org/events/2021/07/25/ive-been-meaning-to-aska-conversation-to-build-community
The first weekend in June is Wear Orange weekend, a remembrance observed by anti-gun violence movements around the country.
Wear Orange began in memory of Hadiyah Pendleton, a 15 year old who was killed in a spray of gunfire in a park in Chicago. God Before Guns invites everyone to Wear Orange on Sunday, June 6 in solidarity with all who believe in the sanctity of life and want to help build a nation that elevates that life above the fears that lead us to being a society armed against itself.
God Before Guns will observe Wear Orange this year in a video interview with John Woodrow Cox, Washington Post journalist and Pulitzer Prize finalist, who has authored the book, Children Under Fire: An American Crisis. A link to the interview will be forthcoming.
Learn more here: https://www.godbeforeguns.org
Join us Sunday, May 16 from 7:30 – 9:00 p.m. for a screening and discussion of the film “Purple” on Zoom. Free and open to the public- invite a friend! Register here: http://bit.ly/purplescreening
Join the Poor People’s Campaign for a Moral Monday on Immigration on April 26th at 3pm ET/ 12pm PT to demand respect, dignity, and human rights for all immigrants!
We’ll be joined by immigrant leaders on the frontlines of movements for social change, demanding that we transform our broken immigration system with comprehensive and just immigration reform. From de-militarizing the border to the repeal of mandatory detention, deportation, child detention and family separation, to ensuring full access to public welfare and social programs and permanent protection for ALL 11 million undocumented immigrants, we are coming together to say that EVERYBODY has the right to live and thrive in this country.