One of our daughter congregations where meals are served the first Friday of every month at Bethany Presbyterian Church, located at Clinton and West 65th.
Green Corps builds life, work and leadership skills by employing and educating high school youth (ages 14 to 18) through sustainable agriculture, place-based learning and community engagement.
On Memorial Day, Old Stone volunteers deliver boxes of home-baked cookies to vets at the Cleveland VA Hospital-Wade Park Campus.
A neighborhood organization that fosters communication, education, and civic participation between downtown residents and businesses. DCR often holds evening gatherings in Old Stone’s Memorial Hall.
A unique approach at giving formerly-incarcerated adults a foundation in the hospitality industry while providing a support network necessary for a successful reentry.
Inspires and empowers homeless families to transform their lives, become self-sufficient, and fulfill their promise.
Old Stone collects food donations using a Buckeye Bucket vs. Wolverine Wagon challenge during the week of the Ohio State vs. Michigan game, which usually takes place around Thanksgiving.
Provides individuals and families who are mentally disabled and/or economically disadvantaged in Cuyahoga County with permanent supportive housing and lifelong solutions to increase self-sufficiency and independence.
The largest hunger relief organization in Northeast Ohio.
The concept of the Apostles Build is a simple one—12 churches coming together to build or fully rehab a Habitat for Humanity house. Each church provides a portion of the prayer power, a portion of the funds and a portion of the labor to build a house in partnership with a local family. The idea of going out into the community to serve others, in the way that Jesus’ apostles served, has attracted individuals in many churches all over the world. With Habitat for Humanity, churches can share God’s love by building or fully rehabbing houses for families.
Presented by OSC, this Lenten lecture series tackles local challenges through engaging discussions by community leaders as well as experts in architecture, economic development, public transportation, and more.
OSC members and volunteers pack hundreds of hygiene kits for this event each January.
Oversees over 100 pantries and hot meal programs in Greater Cleveland.
Old Stone works with NAMI to provide a variety of resources and safe spaces for discussions on mental health and how we can beat the stigma surrounding mental illness. Initiatives include entries in the Old Stone Library (open during office hours), roundtable discussions during coffee hour, and participation in the annual NAMIwalks, which is usually held in the fall.
A daughter congregation in the inner city providing ministry, programs, and activities to area residents.
Each year the Urban Wellness and Leadership team considers new projects.
One-time grants are available to members undertaking voluntary mission trips.