Noble Road Presbyterian welcomes neighbors to its spring and summer activities
Recognizing that summer, now just around the corner, is a great time to get outside and meet one’s neighbors, Noble Road Presbyterian Church will offer several opportunities for its congregation and the church’s neighbors to get to know one another better during the next few months.
The church will participate in the May 13–15 Noble Neighbors community event, hosting urban line dancing on Friday at 7 p.m., and a Saturday program—from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.—that will include a plant sale and bake sale, and a craft activity for the young and young at heart.
On Friday, June 3, 6–8 p.m., Noble Road Presbyterian will host its 25th annual strawberry festival. The free event will feature strawberry shortcake and live music by Squirrel Jam.
The church also offers community garden plots to anyone in the neighborhood. The garden provides opportunities to those who want to enjoy fresh produce throughout the summer and those who want to try their hand at gardening.
Noble Road Presbyterian Church, which holds its Sunday worship service at 10 a.m., is located at 2780 Noble Road, next to the Noble Neighborhood Library. Anyone with questions is invited to contact the church office at 216-382-0660.
Meredith White, who was raised in Cleveland Heights, became pastor of Noble Road Presbyterian Church in August 2015.