Calendar & Events


Coffee Hour Is Back!

Sundays in Parish Hall following the 11:00 a.m. service

Please check the calendar for specific Sundays when the coffee hour is offered. We can celebrate our church fellowship and reconnect with one another! Additionally, coffee sales happen the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month following both services. 

Adult Faith Formation

Transitions and Reconnections
All classes are held at 10:00 a.m. 

We are delighted to offer Faith Formation classes for all ages, from preschool through adult classes. Most of our classrooms are located in the Education Wing. The Adult Faith Formation Class is in Classroom C and also offered on Zoom (look to your Connections email for the Zoom link). 

Friday Fun Night!

Friday, March 17, 2023 at 5:30 p.m. in Parish Hall

Come join us in the Parish Hall for a casual evening of games and fun. Light snacks, lemonade, and popcorn will be provided. Feel free to pack a dinner to bring with you to enjoy before we get started with the games at 6 pm. We will have a variety of games available but please bring your favorite game to share. Kids at heart and kids of all ages are welcome!  Please register on Realm by March 15th.


Time Out Friday

Friday, March 24, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. 

Join others from First Church at Grizzlybird Brewing Co. at 5901 Chandler Ct. in Westerville for some fun time together. No pressure! Please register by March 22nd on Realm.


UCAP Pysanka Workshop

Saturday, March 25, 2023 at 10 a.m. in Parish Hall

Learn how to make an intricately decorated egg known as Ukrainian “pysanky” – traditionally created to celebrate Easter or spring. Steeped in history and culture, discover the ancient technique of wax-resist – the process that gives the eggs their beautiful and distinctive look. Then decorate a real eggshell, finalizing the process with a candle at home. All supplies provided. Initial cost for this event has been covered by a generous giver. Suggested donation for participants is $25, and all proceeds will benefit the Ukrainian Culture Association of Ohio.

The workshop will be led by Marta Mudri, who has made pysanka her whole life. She has sold her work at the Ukrainian Museum Archives in Cleveland, where she was once a board member and where she remains an advisor. Mudri was recently interviewed by PBS (April, 2022) about the meaning of the pysanka, both historically and in the current moment of war.

Mudri is a member of the Ukrainian Cultural Association of Ohio, Inc. (UCAO), the hub of Ukrainian-American life in Columbus and Central Ohio. Founded in 1983 in Columbus as a nonprofit association, the mission of UCAO is to promote Ukrainian culture, such as language, arts, sciences, literature, and history among its members and the general public, sponsor Ukrainian cultural and civic events in Central Ohio and provide financial and other support to people, organizations, and institutions for the purpose of promoting Ukrainian culture, as well as humanitarian aid to those in need in Ukraine.


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