A new church... A new mission

It is in the church that God is to be lifted up and worshiped. We are a body of believers who will first praise our Lord, exalting the name of our creator. We too will be a community of people who want to see others put their trust in Him, so we seek to love our neighbor, knowing that is only because of God's great mercy that we have been saved. We will preach the Word with vigor, praise him with passion, and serve our communities with dignity. 

What you can expect is a bold proclamation of the Bible and its truth, a lively service of worship, with an ever-expanding sense of community and mission to love our neighbors and love our great city. 

Meet Our Sending Church

Church planters need mentors. And at Harvest Presbyterian in Medina, Ohio, we've found a place where people love Jesus and want to see the gospel proclaimed in Cleveland through new churches. Pastor David Wallover loves Cleveland and we're thrilled that he and this church family wants to see us there. Mark will begin as an apprentice here, where we'll continue to be equipped and cared for while we prepare to start our new work in Shaker Heights. Find out more about this church at www.harvestpca.com

About the PCA

The Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) was formed to be a denomination that is "Faithful to the Scriptures, True to the Reformed Faith, and Obedient to the Great Commission." The PCA consists of nearly 2,000 churches in North America (only 20 of which are in Ohio, the nation's 7th most populated state), and begins, on average, one new church a week. 

Why Cleveland?

The Cleveland Metro area contains well over a million people, and yet there are few evangelical churches in Cleveland, and 0 churches in our denomination, the PCA, in the city. Our goal is to create a place where people will encounter God in a real way, to bring the good news of Jesus Christ to people who are lost, and to serve the city and its people. 

Cleveland is seeing a resurgence of sorts. Jobs are coming back, people are coming back, and communities are once again taking great pride in their unique place in the city. Both in seasons of stress and seasons of strength, there is room for the gospel of grace; we are excited to be part of Cleveland - a city that truly rocks.