In-person & Online
Ash Wednesday through Easter Sunday

Beginning Ash Wednesday, March 2, through Easter Sunday, April 17, the 2022 Lenten Sermon series will focus on The Lord’s Prayer. Join us in-person or streaming on YouTube and Facebook Live, as we explore this powerful and uniting prayer.

Lenten Studies
& Small Groups

“Teach Us to Pray”

Lenten Small Group with The Rev. Dr. Tim Ahrens
Four Mondays in Lent:
March 7, 21, 28, and April 4, 7- 8:15 p.m.
on Zoom

 In Matthew 6, the people around Jesus don’t know how to pray. They come to him and ask him for his guidance in prayer. Throughout the Gospels, Jesus gives good lessons in approaches to prayer, when to pray, and how to pray. 


On four Monday nights in Lent, we will share with one another our approaches and experiences with prayer. Rev. Ahrens will open each evening with a brief lesson and then discussion will follow. Please sign up and join us and let all learn and grow in our life of prayer – together. Call Rev. Ahrens if you have questions – 614-228-1741, ext. 13.

Tea for the Soul: Reflections on Sufficiency

Lenten Small Group with
The Rev. Emily Corzine
Five Thursdays in Lent:
March 3, 10, 17, 24, & April 7, 10-10:45 a.m. on Zoom

Join Rev. Corzine in a small group for tea and reflection on the Lenten theme of Sufficiency. Make your favorite cup of tea and join in. Created in God’s image, we are enough. How do we see God in all the imperfections of our lives? Share our honest struggles through our challenging times.  For more information, contact Rev. Corzine,

“Breath of Life: God as Spirit in Judaism”

Zoom Book Study with
The Rev. Dr. Tim Ahrens
March 16 & 30 , April 6 & 20, 10:30-11:45

Rev. Ahrens continues the Wednesday Book Study with a whole new book – beginning March 16 at 10:30 a.m. During his 2021 Sabbatical, Rev. Ahrens spent time with Rabbi Rachel Timoner. She is one the “Geniuses of Justice” in his new book. Here in Rabbi Timoner’s book, she explores the Hebrew Bible, Midrash, and other rabbinic writing to uncover surprising insights about how God as spirit influences Jewish ideas of creation, revelation, and redemption. Written with an accessible and engaging voice, full of stories and relevant teachings, Breath of Life speaks to lay readers and scholars alike, as it pursues a new perspective on Judaism’s sacred texts. This book promises Christian readers meaningful insights on their own notions of God as Holy Spirit while giving Jewish readers a new look at their own tradition. 

 If you are reading this and have never been with us before, you are invited to get the book through Amazon and join us for this study. We meet the first and third Wednesday mornings each month from 10:30-11:45 a.m. In March, we will meet March 16 and March 30 (a slight change) but return to April 6 and 20 in the following month. Share with your friends – Jewish, Christian, and others interested in the movement of God’s spirit in this world. Call Rev. Ahrens if you have questions – 614-228-1741, ext. 13.


Lenten Contemplative Practices

Lenten Small Group with
The Rev. Emily Corzine
Four Sundays in Lent
March 6, 13, 20, & April 3 at 6 p.m.


Join your heart in a contemplative group that will meet on Sunday evenings in Lent. No previous experience needed. Come, reflect, engage and learn. For more information contact, Rev. Emily Corzine,


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