Midweek Eucharist Service on hold until further notice
Hope for the City – February 28th, March 7th, March 14th, March 21st
When you think of any of the great cities of the world, you think of the neighborhoods that give that city its unique identity. Think of Los Angeles, and you can’t help but think of Hollywood or the Wilshire District. Think of New York, and you can’t help but think of Little Italy or Times Square. Think of Cleveland, and you can’t help but think of the various neighborhoods that make it unmistakably Cleveland, and which contribute to its diversity and livelihood. Think of the contrast among Cleveland’s neighborhoods: think Hough and Ohio City, or think Tremont and Slavic Village. And when you think of the economic benefits of gentrification, you also have to consider social costs of displacement. “Cleveland: A City of Neighborhoods” is the theme for Hope for the City 2018. Click here for details and registration!
Evensong Service #1: “Rest” – Thursday, March 1st from 5:30 to 7:00 PM
Sustain your spirit with song by joining Old Stone for our first Evensong service of 2018! Led by organist and Old Stone music director Don VerKuilen, this first of three services will include an evening of food, friendship, and reflection.
5:30 PM: Food and refreshment
6:30 PM: Music and readings in the Sanctuary
Admission is free; however, a freewill donation is suggested to benefit this program. Validated parking is also available.
Old Stone Presents: Seven Last Words from the Cross
Join Old Stone this Good Friday (March 30) for a special performance of Paul Carr’s “Seven Last Words from the Cross”, conducted by Director of Music Don VerKuilen Scored for choir and orchestra, this performance marks the second time this moving composition has been performed in the United States (and the seventh performance in the piece’s history).
While admission is free, a $20 freewill donation is suggested to benefit music and the arts at The Old Stone Church. Note: Validated parking will NOT be available for this performance.