Blessings Abound!


HCC is excited to announce that the sale of our building on Van Aken Blvd. has been finalized! East View UCC is now the owner of that building, and they have plans to serve the community in new ways. We look forward to partnering with them on Porch Talks for A Beloved Community and other projects.

We are now located in Plymouth Church UCC, (2860 Coventry Rd.) and are grateful and delighted to remain in Shaker Heights where we can continue to serve the community. We have already found ways to partner with Plymouth for community projects and special worship services.

“This move allows our congregation to right size” and shift our focus away from property concerns and toward mission and community engagement”, says the churchs minister, Rev. Roger Osgood. We see great potential for growth and renewal in this new chapter of our congregational life.”

Our worship service is in Herr Chapel at Plymouth every Sunday at 11:00 am. The service is also available on Zoom and Facebook Live. We have Adult Study Sunday mornings at 9:30 (in the Chapel and on Zoom) and weekday Bible Study on Zoom. Some current mission projects include collecting winter gear for the Wall of Love at Lomond school and providing items for Family Promise’s Holiday Shop. You are invited to participate in any of our worship, study and mission offerings – All are welcome!

While our physical address has changed, our website, emails, and phone number all remain the same – so reach out to us if you would like more information about our programs and ministries, or if you have an idea for partnering with HCC in service to the community.

Honesty for Ohio Education Lunch & Learn

November 5, 12:00-12:45 pm, via Zoom
We’ll provide a legislative update, which will include important info on sub HB 327 and State Board of Education news.
And we welcome our amazing guests:
Mark Swaim-Fox, Cleveland Executive Director from Facing History & Ourselves, on their approach to teaching history. Mark will be joined by national FHAO staff members Dr. Steven Becton, the Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer and Abby Weiss, Vice President and Chief Program Officer.

Build Back Better Vigil: People & Planet over Profit

Thursday, October 28th from 11:30am – 12:30pm 
Willard Park (Free Stamp)
Corner of E. 9th and Lakeside with a march across the street to the Federal Building
Now is our opportunity to make a difference that will have a profound and lasting impact on the lives of millions of people.  Join us in tilting the scales in favor of ordinary people and our planet! Gather at the Free Stamp at Willard Park across from Senator Rob Portman’s Cleveland office!
The event will begin at 11:30 am with speakers who will address critical issues related to the Build Back Better Reconciliation Bill. At noon, we will move across the street to the front of Anthony J. Celebrezze Federal Building at 1240 E 9th Street, where local faith leaders will lead the prayer vigil. Everyone who attends will be invited to bring forward an object, photo, or drawing that represents the future they want to see with the Build Back Better Reconciliation Bill.
Please share the Build Back Better Vigil Facebook Event

Hybrid worship continues as we move to a new church home!

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!