If you want a glimpse into early Cleveland worship, this place is something special. It is a beautiful church, well preserved and still in use. Very friendly and welcoming with a great music program, you should attend, even if you are not Presbyterian.
We were in town for the Christmas Tree lighting and the choir was performing at the old stone church. What an amazing place - beautiful church and great pastor! Was happy to experience this!
If you can appreciate Cleveland history, or if you really enjoy incredible stained glass windows and good pipe organ music this is the place to visit! The stained glass is from the old time artists and still looks incredible
The Old Stone Church represents The great spiritual cornerstone on Public Square and stands in glorious testimony to the mission of the Cleveland Founding fathers : God must be at the center of our lives and our City. This beautifully preserved Historic church is a must see as part of the tour of the newly refurbished Public Square. Stop by... 更多
A very good friend of mine asked me to stand up with her at her wedding at the Old Stone Church...what a treat!! We had our pick of several different rooms to get ready in....all very unique and century décor. The ceremony was absolutely beautiful with needing very few flowers as the cathedral was extraordinary on its own. I would... 更多
Dating back to 1820, officially known as The First Presbyterian Society. The Old Stone Church has kept pace, becoming a symbol of spiritual leadership, community involvement and stability in the heart of the city. They have also restored the organ, which has beautiful sounds for Mass. A wonderful place to worship for a sense of peace!
With Public Square newly renovated, this beautiful church is even more worth a visit. The Old Stone Church sits on the north side of the square. Many of the photos here show the attractive exterior, but please take a few minutes and go inside. It's open in the middle of the day many weekends. If the front door isn't open,... 更多
what a lovely church. The person there was insightful, provided info on history of the church and the first people to establish it. It was cool to sit in the pew that the Lincoln's did for Pres. Lincoln's funeral. Really stunning