What does it mean to curate a liberating space open to questions and curiosity?  A sacred space, filled with stories, reflective of ourselves and others that encourages help and hope? This a question on the minds of spiritual and civic leaders, homeschooling parents, counselors, educators, caregivers and neighbors alike. Common to human nature is a desire for connection…community. Sociologist Linda Bergquist suggests, “persons share in common a need for portals and/or motivations of entry into communal circles.”

Community is shaped in shared identity, space, relations and liminal experiences often by way of “gathering”.  Living Tree believes values the idea of community. Our team works diligently to design and celebrate all manner of ways to “gather”. We are committed to facilitating space, people and work that embodies our aim: doing life together rooted in love…growing through faith…thriving in divine purpose.

In this season of both imposed “social” distancing let us commit to exploring more deeply ourselves while seeking to grow closer to each other in faith.

Here are some ways to CONNECT at Living Tree:

Start your day with inspiration, direction and encouragement from Pastor F. Willis Johnson and others from across country. Experience connection with God and others through the gift of prayer!

Dial in mornings Monday-Friday at 7am EST/6am CST
425-585-7719

Project FIT- Soulful Sweat Meet-Up  

Soulful Sweat Meet-Up is midweek 30 minute online group workout sponsored by Living Tree Church. 

Join Pastor Johnson and respected trainer Marcus Burden, founder the Lift Academy in pursuit developing your personal fitness goals.

Take part in our Online Worship Services as we boldly proclaim our Message to the City of Columbus.

Share in study, reflection and discussion on the biblical themes and narratives. Join us online Wednesday evenings at 7pm ESTa

Take a few moments during this time of social distancing to spend with your children. Let them know that God loves them and take some time teaching them some lessons to help them better understand our creator.