What We Do:
Tuesdays | Discipleship
Make an ongoing appointment with a pastor or leader to meet up for 30 minutes in the afternoon. Together, you’ll work through what it means to follow Jesus in real life.
Thursdays, 4p | Hangout
From 4p to 6p, our doors are open to those who want to hangout with our pastors and leaders. We’ll have basketball, board games, video games, and a craft ready to go.
Thursdays, 6p | Shoreway
This is our main meeting on the west side and involves food, prayer, teaching grounded in Scripture (ft. Pastor Jesse & Pastor Caleb), worship, and small-group discussion. We end at 7:30p and offer rides home for those who have completed the permission form.
Saturdays | Outreach
Our team prays together and converges on a public park to both hangout and rep Jesus.
Man Time & Girls’ Night
These are periodically-held events for guys only or girls only. Man Time involves manly activity, manly food, and dialogue about what it means to be a real man who follows Jesus. Similarly, Girls’ Night exists to edify young women through Jesus-centered fellowship.
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Where We Are:
1918 W. 65th St. Cleveland, OH 44102
Most outreaches are at Herman, Zone, and Willard Parks.
Man Time & Girls’ Night are hosted in the homes and apartments of our pastors or leaders.
Where We Came From:
In summer 2016, God moved as our downtown church reached into the public parks on Cleveland’s near west side. After several teens came to Christ and began traveling to attend church downtown, our team recognized the urgent need for a gospel ministry geared toward teens just west of downtown. Detroit-Shoreway is home to some of Cleveland’s largest schools (educating more than 1,500 middle school students alone!). This puts a lot of unreached students from all over the inner city in our neighborhood on a daily basis.
Where We’re Going:
The vision of CityView Shoreway Ministries is to pray constantly and courageously for God’s transformative effect in Detroit-Shoreway, to reach and disciple the marginalized of the neighborhood, and to see life-long, Jesus-following leaders raised up in the church and in the community.