Classes and Events


Coffee & A Love Revolution Presents:
David Brown of Harmony Project: On Living Together in Harmony


David BrownSunday
January 13
1:30 – 3:30 PM
Grace Hall, North Campus

Free and open to the public. Register here.

The Coffee & A Love Revolution team is excited to host David Brown as he shares the mission and vision of Harmony Project—a Columbus-based nonprofit organization that connects individuals across cultural, social, and geographic divides through the arts, education, and volunteer community service. Following his presentation, David, Harmony’s Founder and Creative Director, will be joined by a panel of people who are instrumental in Harmony’s success in reaching individuals representing every dimension of diversity.


Film Discussion Group: Lion

LionSecond Friday of each month
December 14
6:00 Pizza
6:30 Film Begins
Wicker Room, South Campus


More information available here.



Progressing Spirit:
Explorations in Theology, Spirituality and the News

Saturdays: Monthly – Dec 22
9:30 am – Noon
Wicker Room, South Campus

This informal discussion group reads essays and views occasional videos by progressive thinkers in Christianity and Spirituality on a variety of engaging topics and current events. Discussions are led by Rev. David Hett. The voices of past Spiritual Searchers like Matthew Fox, Marcus Borg, and John Shelby Spong are joined by newer voices like Eric Alexander, Lauren Van Ham, Mike McHargue, and Irene Monroe, among others. Free and open to the public.

To learn more, follow this link and register.

Much Matters: Book Discussion Group

Between the World and MeThird Thursday of each month
November 15
6 – 8 PM
Library, South Campus

Contact Shah Hasan for details:

If you cannot join us in person, an online discussion is also available on Facebook. Search for “Much Matters Book Group” and ask to join.

Register and Donate: here

Aging with IntentionAging with Intention

In 2018, the Older Adult Ministry is partnering with The Burkhart Center and the C.G. Jung Association of Central Ohio to provide programming on a year-long theme of Aging with Intention. Programs with this logo will be featured throughout the year. If you wish to receive updates about these programs, please contact Christy Caine at or 614 488-0681 ext 247.

Gun Violence Prevention and Safety Task Force

We believe we are called to address issues that impact the safety and well-being of our faith home, our larger community and all lives across the country. Therefore, we resolve to work together to reduce the possibilities of harm that might result from the presence of firearms in our neighborhoods, schools, and homes through communal prayer, research, study, collaboration, and action.

For more information follow this link.



Additional Weekly Classes

Classes are free except where noted and open to the public. For a current schedule, click here.



The bookstore located at South Campus is open
before and after the 10 am Sunday service.
Prices are kept to a minimum,
and all proceeds support The Burkhart Center programming.
For more about featured books, click here.

If you would like to purchase a book by arrangement,
please contact Christy at


Religious Life and Learning Mission and Purpose

Adult Learning and Spiritual Searcher event table on Sundays

Lifelong personal transformation in the community of faith is the goal of Religious Life and Learning at First Community Church. The Adult Learning Council provides multifaceted groups, learning experiences, and resources for the individual spiritual journey. The unique Spiritual Searcher program brings innovative religious and spiritual thinkers to expand our personal and collective horizons. The Burkhart Center shepherds all educational programming.


Adult Learning Class Proposal Form

If you are interested in facilitating an Adult Learning class at the church, please fill out the Adult Learning Council Program Proposal and email it to



Call the Adult Learning Office at 614.488.0681 ext. 247
or email Christy at