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Join us for worship at 11 a.m. each Sunday at 2800 Archwood Avenue, just a block west of Pearl Road (West 25th Street) in the historic Brooklyn Centre neighborhood on Cleveland's Near West Side. We are currently worshipping in our Parlor, which can be found by coming in through the door by our parking lot. Click on About Us for current information. We're an Open and Affirming, Just Peace community of faith. No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you're welcome here. God is still speaking! Come join us as we celebrate the Spirit's presence, deepen our faith, and put the Gospel into action through acts of compassion and justice.
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A Statement from Archwood United Church of Christ
about a tragedy at our church on Nov. 15, 2018
Dear Friends and Members of Archwood United Church of Christ: We want to share news of a tragedy that occurred in the parking lot of our church on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 15, 2018. As the incident has been described to us, Lesley Dejesus, age 33, a volunteer with our tenant, the Julia de Burgos Cultural Arts Center, became involved in a struggle with someone who was trying to steal her van. In the process, the vehicle ran over her. She died at the scene. Police later found the van a short distance away. Police detained someone for a time but released him as unconnected with the crime. At this writing, we do not know whether any other suspects are being pursued or are in custody.
As far as we know, no member of our congregation was at the church at the time of the incident. Two of our Governing Body members met with a Julia de Burgos leader within three hours of the incident to express our condolences and offer support. Archwood will make a contribution to a funding campaign that Julia de Burgos is creating in connection with the tragedy.
We pray for the family of the deceased, for Julia de Burgos staff and participants, and for all involved in this heartbreaking crime. We will continue in prayer at 11 a.m. this Sunday and will share any updates that may be available then. In Christ’s love,
Judy Schumann, Moderator, Archwood United Church of Christ