The Old Stone Church, long a downtown Cleveland landmark, has a congregation dating back to 1820.  Officially known as The First Presbyterian Society, it was founded at the time when Cleveland was just a village of a few hundred people.  As Cleveland has grown in size and importance, The Old Stone Church has kept pace, becoming a symbol of spiritual leadership, community involvement and stability in the heart of the city.

The design of The Old Stone Church is Victorian Romanesque.  Golden oak and dark mahogany paneling, graceful carvings, a spacious balcony, and an impressive trussed wood, barrel-vaulted ceiling with a clerestory area on both sides highlight the 600 seat Sanctuary.  The chancel walls feature symbols and inscriptions painted in a gold stenciled pattern.  Outstanding stained-glass windows adorn the windows of the Sanctuary, designed and executed by John La Farge and Louis Comfort Tiffany.  

The Old Stone church is working hard to continue its historic tradition of community involvement and spiritual leadership in the heart of the Western Reserve.  Old Stone has become known as a Protestant worship and activity center, and a "church for all people."  Every Sunday morning at 10 am, worship services are open to all.