Community groups are where the life of church happens during the week.
Community groups do 5 things together:
- Worship through song or liturgy.
- Interact with scripture through discussion, study, lectio divina, etc.
- Pray for each other.
- Engage suffering together through things like sharing a meal with folks at the Clintonville Resource Center.
- Form new groups. Healthy things grow. It’s natural that new groups will be birthed as new leaders and hosts emerge.
Our Community, Women’s and Youth Groups have regular rhythms of service and breaks; new people are encouraged to contact leaders before showing up to make sure they are meeting and where.
Please contact Adrienne if we can help you find a group. We'd love to!
Deepening our relationship with Jesus and each other
Men, Women, Kid-Friendly
1st, 2nd, & 3rd Tuesdays at 6:15 pm
CONTACT: Rachel Tolentino, email@example.com
MEETING PLACE: 5543 Driftwood Road, 43229
We understand how life can be busy with or without children. We also understand how important it is to be in community with each other. We set aside time each week to pray for each other, worship together and grow closer to God. Our outreach is on the 4th Wednesday of each month helping with childcare for ESL classes at the church office.
We desire to be a place that welcomes radical giving and radical receiving from each other and the Lord.
Men, Women, Kid-Friendly, Shared Meal
2nd, 3rd & 4th Sundays at 5pm
CONTACT: Jenny Sigler,
48 Tibet Rd., 43202
We eat, worship, have a discussion, wait on the lord, and set aside time for prayer. Our outreach is the first Tuesday of the month at the Clintonville-Beechwold Resource Center, when we bring a meal to share.
Loving God and Neighbor
Men, Women, Shared Meal, Kid Friendly (but sitting not provided)
Thursdays at 6:00 pm
Dan Heck, (614) 619-1649 or
Katie Heck, (614) 596-5209,
211 E Arcadia Ave., 43202
The Heck group gets together on three Thursdays each month to get to know one another, worship, pray, share a meal, and study a book of the Bible. Once each month, we support the One Good Home project, providing housing to homeless people in Columbus, either by fundraising and coordinating support or by bringing and sharing a meal.
A fun, intentional community of couples and singles who want to share life together and engage in personal and spiritual growth. Remembering Deuteronomy 10:17-19, we seek opportunities to offer hospitality and friendship to OSU’s international students through the ministry of International Friendships Inc. (IFI)
Wednesdays at 7pm
CONTACT: Mary Beth Dubuc,
(614) 263-6962, firstname.lastname@example.org
(614) 596-2819, email@example.com
206 East Dunedin Rd., 43214
We hope to provide a safe and nurturing community where everyone is welcomed and encouraged to try new things. Our hope is to become acquainted with a variety of classical to contemporary Christian practices so as to increase our conscious contact with God and others, sharing life together. On Wednesdays we will worship, read the Bible or discuss a book, and pray together. Monthly we will host a group of IFI students in a “Conversation, Culture and Cuisine Club.”
The Tanner/Morin group gets together on three Mondays each month to get to know one another, share a meal, study a book of the Bible, and pray for each other. Once each month we serve as a group by investing personally into One Good Home.
Building Community, Engaging Suffering
Men, Women, Kid-Friendly, Shared Meal
Thursdays at 6pm
CONTACT: Carlton Tanner
(614) 648-3737, Carlphish@gmail.com
19 E California Ave., 43202
Pursuing Jesus and Community
Thursdays at 8pm (excluding 1st Thursdays)
CONTACT: Karl Boettcher, (614) 935-5460, firstname.lastname@example.org
2612 Indianola Ave, 43202
The Boettcher group gets together on three Thursdays each month to get to know one another, worship, pray, and study a book of the Bible. Once each month, we support the One Good Home project, providing housing to homeless people in Columbus, either by fundraising and coordinating support or by bringing and sharing a meal.
Men and women are welcome, no childcare provided.
“We GATHER to learn about Jesus and minister to the community.”
Tuesdays at 5:45pm
Andy Bezant, Middle School
Sara Gallaugher, High School
MEETING PLACE: 35 Oakland Park Ave, Columbus, OH 43202, USA
On the first week of every month we prepare and serve food at the Clintonville Resource Center. Then we come back to the Columbus Mennonite Church and break into smaller groups for discussion. On the even weeks we meet at the Columbus Mennonite Church for worship together and break off into High School and Middle School Groups. Learn more >>