When Good seed finds good soil lives change.

Matthew 13:23

Welcome to Cedar Hill 

ON-SITE SERVICE AND LIVESTREAM.   Like every church and every follower of Jesus, Cedar Hill and its members have sought to be flexible and faithful to the Lord during an extended season of change and challenge.  How grateful we are for God's sustaining grace and help over the past 2 years in dealing with the pandemic and its implications for our congregation and ministry.  While some ministries were paused, many continued with adjustments but without interruption. As we look to the new year, we hope to see additional ministries renewed or begun, and we would invite you to be a part of that renewal in 2022.
If you would like to receive the weekly Prayer Update or Events Update, you can email the office and request to be place on the email distribution list.  
We would love for you to join us in person and benefit from connecting in community and corporate worship.  But if you are unable to join us in person, we invite you to join us online each Sunday for our LiveStream service that begins at 10:45 am.  You can also viewer most recent services that are maintained on our LiveStream page.
We are still in the process of moving content from our old website to our new site, and not all of the content is available yet.  The best way to access the content is to download the church app in either the Apple Store (Cedar Hill Church app) or Google Play (Cedar Hill Church app) depending on your device.  The archived teaching ministry is available here first and is easily accessible while on the go.
5-Day Club® is an exciting, fun-filled one and a half hour held each day for five consecutive days. It includes: dynamic Bible lessons, creative learning activities, inspiring missionary stories, meaningful songs, life-changing Scripture memorization.  Join us Monday, August 8 to Friday, August 12 from 6-7:30 pm held at Cedar Hill Baptist Church, 12601 Cedar Road, Cleveland Heights. Perfect for ages 4-12 and parents feel free to stay if you'd like.

If you were not able to be here for this special service, you can watch the recorded service here.
Of all the eyewitness accounts in the Gospels concerning the resurrection of Jesus, Luke's lengthy and detailed story of His appearance to two travelers on the Road to Emmaus is one of the most compelling.  These two men, overwhelmed by the crucifixion of Jesus at the beginning of Passover and Unleavened Bread, are joined by an unexpected traveler on their journey.  Surprised by this stranger's apparent ignorance, they are equally shocked by His amazing insights into the Scriptures. But their guest departs as  mysteriously as He arrived; but as He does, they are granted the clarity to understand who their companion truly is — Jesus, the Risen Christ.  
On Resurrection Sunday, we heard this story from the perspective of one of these two men, a man named Cleopas.
 
We counted it a joy to host the Good Friday Service this year for the NEO (North East Ohio) Fellowship of Churches. It was a special time of worship and fellowship around the very heart of the Scriptures and redemptive history — the substitutionary death of Jesus.  There is no event in history more important!  It is the very purpose for which Jesus came into the world — to give His life that we might have life in Him.
  
If you were not able to attend the service in person on Friday, April 15, you can watch the recording of this special service here
Of the many metaphors in Scripture picturing the relationship of the Lord with His people, the image of Him as our Shepherd is perhaps the most endearing.  Jesus Himself used this description when He said in John 10:11, "I am the good shepherd; the good shepherd lays down His life for the sheep."  It is this rich statement and metaphor that shaped our worship at this year's Good Friday Service.