Our Campuses

One Church | Three Locations

We are one church in three locations.

Our main campus is in Pepper Pike on Lander Circle.


Our second campus in South Euclid was added in 2013


Our third campus is a sister church in Liberia, Africa that was added in 1983.


Our online campus has seen as an intentional effort to develop since 2018.

Pepper Pike, OH

Worship Times

9:00 a.m. Heritage | Chancel Choir (Sanctuary)

10:00 & 11:15 a.m. Mosaic | Multicultural Praise (Family Life Center)


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Our Pepper Pike campus, just off Lander Circle, is easily accessible via I-271/480, and draws people from across the greater Cleveland area. There are two worship centers featuring our Heritage service and our Mosaic services. We have a state of the art children’s ministry area, the KidzSpace theater, and a full-service café that is open on Sunday mornings before, during and after our worship services.

South Euclid, OH

Worship Time

10:55 a.m. Mosaic | Multicultural Praise (Worship Center)


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We have been at our South Euclid campus since the fall of 2013. Since that time we have seen steady growth in the greater Heights area. Mosaic worship is held in the worship center with a live band and a message from our South Euclid Campus Pastor Scott Blevins or another of our Teaching Pastors.


South Euclid has many of its own, unique ministry opportunities. Visit that page for more detailed information.

Liberia, Africa

Since 1983, Garfield Memorial has had a sister church in Liberia, The James A. Garfield Memorial UM Church. Relationships were severed during the two times of Liberian Civil War, and the church facility was utterly destroyed and many church members lost their lives. The first war lasted from 1989-1997 and claimed over 200,000 lives. The second war erupted from 1999-2003.


History

The Garfield Memorial Church in Liberia is our 3rd Campus and our global missions focus.


Some historians say that no other 21st Century conflict made use of child soldiers more than the Liberian Civil Ware. In 2004, mission teams were assembled and relationship with our brothers and sisters their were restored. Since then, Garfield Memorial Pepper Pike / South Euclid have sent mission teams, completely rebuilt the church facility, underwritten all church salaries and operating expenses, as well as help support the entire Camphor Mission Station. The Camphor Mission Station is a school for students grade K-9, a clinic, an agriculture program and a church.


See pictures of the Liberia campus HERE.

Online Campus