It was 1991 when Rabbi Zushe Greenberg first placed a giant menorah outside the Solon Chabad’s rental space on Aurora Road, erecting it himself in the freezing cold, bringing light to the dark sky for all to see.
Ten years ago, when two Solon United Methodist Church parishioners began a Treasure Trunk to collect clothes for the needy, a bit of blind faith played a part.
When Hilary and Mary Tachovsky joined St. Rita Catholic Church in Solon 64 years ago, they recalled a small stick frame white church, housing a community that was like family.
Chardon City Council threw its full support last week behind a state grant that would provide a safer sanctuary for city and county residents who face disasters.
Member congregations of the Chagrin Valley Council of Churches plan to gather on June 30 to talk about the environment. The day-long session is sponsored by Common Ground.
Site work has begun on the $2.5 million Chagrin Valley Islamic Center mosque being built on Liberty Road with some of the building expected to be visible in several months.
On Monday at sundown, a group of more than 100 women gathered on the last night of Ramadan to break the fast during a celebration of unity, friendship and giving.
Solon Chabad Rabbi Zushe Greenberg felt the sadness of the recent gun violence at a synagogue in Poway, California on the last day of Passover along with Jewish families worldwide. The April 27 attack left one woman dead and three injured.