'Dog Night' At Lakewood Park

The pet-friendly, midsummer outdoor worship series offered by the PLUM (Presbyterian, Lutheran, United Methodist) congregations of southwest Lakewood kicks off Wednesday, July 8, with “Dog Night” at the gazebo in Lakewood Park.

You can get a hot dog off the grill beginning at 6 p.m. Worship – with familiar songs and a blessing for pets and their people - begins at 7 p.m. Pets of all types are welcome but not required.

Games for kids and adults and a few pet rescue organizations will be on hand.

The remaining pet-friendly, Wednesday night outdoor worship services will be on the lawns of the Lakewood PLUM churches – Grace Presbyterian, Faith Lutheran and Calvary United Methodist:

- July 15 at Calvary, 16305 Hilliard Road. (Phone: 216-221-4324)

- July 22 at Faith. 16511 Hilliard Road. (Phone: 216-226-6500)

- July 29 at Grace, 1659 Rosewood Avenue (at Madison). (Phone: 216-228-6060)

Worship on those Wednesdays begins at 7 p.m., followed summer refreshments.

PLUM is a collaborative ministry of ministry of Grace, Faith and Calvary, working together to serve people in the community by providing for basic needs through coordinated pantries that offer food, clothing and personal care items and offering worship and learning opportunities.

Mark Rollenhagen

Mark Rollenhagen is the pastor of Faith Lutheran Church, Lakewood.

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