Lakeside United Methodist Church

450 Central Ave.

Lakeside, OH 43440

419-798-5119

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450 Central Avenue

Lakeside, Ohio 43440

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Office:  419-798-5119

Fax:  419-798-8506

Cell:  419-341-0865

Email:  office@lakesideohumc.com

 

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Where are we?  2018 Lakeside Map—We’re No. 20 on the Lakeside Chautauqua List of Locations

Lakeside is located on the Marblehead Peninsula, halfway between Toledo and Cleveland on Lake Erie's south shore. It's easily accessible from the east or west via Interstate 90, Route 2 and Route 163. Lakeside is situated in the heart of the Lake Erie Shores & Islands region.

Driving Directions: (The church is located at 450 Central Avenue, Lakeside, Ohio.)

From the East:  Follow Interstate 90 W to Route 2 W (Interstate 90 becomes Route 2 just past Elyria).  Follow Route 2 W to the Route 269 N exit 125A Lakeside/Marblehead (the first exit after the Sandusky Bay Bridge).  On the exit ramp, veer to the left (exit 125A) and follow Route 269 N to Route 163 E; at the light turn right onto Route 163 E and proceed 4.1 miles.  Located on Route 163, on your left, you will enter the South Gate entrance of Lakeside.  Parking, shuttle service and complimentary gate passes are available during the Chautauqua summer season.

 

From the WestFollow Route 2 E to Route 269 N exit 125 Lakeside/Marblehead. On the exit ramp, veer to the left (exit 125A) and follow Route 269 N to Route 163 E; at the light turn right onto Route 163 E and proceed 4.1 miles.  Located on Route 163, on your left, you will enter the South Gate entrance of Lakeside.  Parking, shuttle service and complimentary gate passes are available during the Chautauqua summer season.

 

From the South (Columbus): Follow Route 23 N to Route 98 N to Route 4 N to Route 2 W. Take Route 2 W to the Route 269 N exit 125A Lakeside/Marblehead (the first exit after the Sandusky Bay Bridge). On the exit ramp, veer to the left (exit 125A) and follow Route 269 N to Route 163 E; at the light turn right onto Route 163 E and proceed 4.1 miles.  Located on Route 163, on your left, you will enter the South Gate entrance of Lakeside.  Parking, shuttle service and complimentary gate passes are available during the Chautauqua summer season.

 

From the South (Dayton/Cincinnati): Follow Interstate 75 N to Route 12 N to Route 53 N to Route 2 E.  Continue following Route 2 E until you reach the Route 269 N exit 125 Lakeside/Marblehead. On the exit ramp, veer to the left (exit 125A) and follow Route 269 N to Route 163 E; at the light turn right onto Route 163 E and proceed 4.1 miles.  Located on Route 163, on your left, you will enter the South Gate entrance of Lakeside.  Parking, shuttle service and complimentary gate passes are available during the Chautauqua summer season.

Our motto: To share Christ and disciple others.

Welcome to Lakeside United Methodist Church's website! We invite you to browse through our pages and learn about the opportunities for you and your family at Lakeside. We believe a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, as Lord, is the key to a full and happy life. We are confident that you will find our church family to be a place where everyone is welcome and anyone can feel at home.

Regular Sunday Worship Hours (once inside worship resumes):

9:00 am Worship:  Memorial Day through Labor Day

10:30 am Worship:  Labor Day until Memorial Day

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00am - 2:00pm

Sunday On-Line Worship

While the church building is closed during the Covid-19 pandemic, we are still able to worship.  Every week we pre-record our Sunday Service for viewing at home.  CLICK HERE to go to our Worship page.  We keep 3 weeks of Services up so you can look back if you missed one!

 

November 29, 2020 Service…

 

From Pastor Karen:

 

My sermon is titled "God is Faithful", and comes from I Cor 1:9:  "God is faithful; by him you were called into the fellowship of his Son, Jesus Christ our Lord".   I make reference to the other scripture texts for the day:  Isaiah 64:1-9 and Mark 13:24-37, as I explore how God is faithful during the "in-between times" of our lives.   I conclude with these words:  "So let us move forward during these weeks of Advent - lighting our candles, singing our songs, offering up our prayers, celebrating this holy meal, sharing our gifts with others -- with confidence and assurance that God is faithful.  In every circumstance.  In all times and places.  Here and now.  Even with a pandemic creating havoc within all around us.  God is faithful.  Always and forever."  

 

That's what I'm counting on.  I'm trusting you are, too.

 

Welcome to Advent,

Pastor Karen