We are a growing community of faith and have a number of events that can help you connect with us and deepen your faith. Check us out below:
I’m Black. I’m Christian. I’m Methodist.
In our current season of violence against Blacks in America, personal stories can help us understand our individual and collective struggles like no other form of narrative. Faith in the Face of Historic and Modern Racism.
Season of Lent
The season of Lent is not just about adhering to a biblical reading plan, abstaining from activities you should not be engaged in, fasting from some things deem non-life enriching, nor mere checking off spiritual boxes. It’s a concentrated period dedicated to disciplining the Spirit, through management and restraint of the physical and emotive self. Withdrawal of self from worldly things is purposed towards pressing closer to the Lord.
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
Communion is an exchange of thoughts in a space of mutual trust. Food, questions & real talk with everyday people for an uncommon experience. Inspired by Jesus and the disciples in the Upper Room, Communion is a cohort-style dining encounter that invites diverse persons to explore and connect with others interested in doing life better together. Interested in learning more? Contact Pastor.
Partners in Education Project
Living Tree believes in the imperative that we live our faith as a public witness. One example is our Partners In Education (P.I.E.) project. Living Tree provides various forms of support, supplies and encouragement youth and educators across Columbus. This initiative works with educators and students to encourage them to become their best selves.
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. Click the link to find some resources to help you get started.
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