Old Stone is located on Public Square in the heart of downtown Cleveland. Follow the signs on major highways to Public Square. We are on the northwest quadrant of the Square at the intersection of Rockwell and Ontario streets. When the front Sanctuary doors are closed, visitors may enter through Old Stone Center at the Ontario Street entrance.
Free parking is available Sunday mornings at the Public Square West surface lot located on West 3rd Street, which is conveniently located south of the 55 Public Square Building and north of the Renaissance Hotel. Bring your ticket from the lot into the church to have it stamped and validated. Limited street parking is also available on Sunday mornings.
OSC also offers free valet parking each Sunday at the Ontario Street entrance starting at 8:45am. No additional gratuity is expected. The attendants will be on duty until after all church programs for the day have concluded.
Note: If there is a Cleveland Browns home game on a Sunday during football season, guests parked in the Public Square West lot are advised to be out by 11:50 AM so we are not charged the “game rate”.
Carrying a concealed handgun is a privilege in Ohio, and with this privilege comes a responsibility to be aware, not only of the common sense rules of safe firearm handling, but the laws that affect how, when and where you can carry your firearm. The law sets forth several places where the license does not allow you to carry a handgun. The law, R.C.2923.126(B), lists places that concealed handguns are prohibited, including places of worship, daycare centers and school premises. While the Old Stone Church Sanctuary is easily recognized as a place of worship, some visitors may not be aware that Old Stone Church’s parish house, the Old Stone Center, is home to the Old Stone Education Center and Daycare Center. Revised Code 2925.01(P) establishes that it is an offense to carry a concealed handgun within 1,000 feet of a school facility. You may obtain more information on the Concealed Carry law from the office of the Ohio Attorney General.