The Congregation supports many local and international groups by providing:

On hand and financial assistance to Church Street Ministries, that provides food, furniture and clothing for veterans and low-income residents in the Southwest Suburbs.   

On hand, financial and facility use to the Academy for Dramatic Arts which provides young people in the southwest suburbs an opportunity to develop their acting and theater support skills.   

On hand and financial assistance to Bethany Presbyterian Church meal program that serves food to low income residents in the Gordon Square area on the last Friday of each month.   

Face to face guidance to OpenTable for those young adults that age out of the foster care program and need help developing their life and career goals.  

Face to face guidance via Warriors Journey Home to veterans that are struggling with invisible wounds that come from their military experience. 

Financial assistance to Dougbe River School, which provides a safe educational environment to young people in the Doughbe River area of Liberian, Africa. 

Financial assistance to Blessings in a Backpack that provides backpacks and food to children in the Olmsted Falls school district. 

On hand and financial assistance to the Kids Summer Lunch Program provides free lunches in conjunction with churches in Berea, Ohio to students during the summer

Financial assistance to The Society of St. Andrew’s gathers remaining crops from farmers and transports the food to agencies that can distribute it to those in need. 

On hand and financial assistance to Rise Against Hunger which provides emergency rations to people affected by famine or disasters. 

Financial assistance to Ohio Guidestone, which provides family and youth outpatient and residential counseling.

Provides space for the following non-profit organizations that support people with special needs in our community:

Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon(Multiple groups)


Overeaters Anonymous