Ethos Community Groups
In this time of uncertainty and isolation, groups are where engagement and care happen best!


Instead of a large gathering, we are meeting in community groups for an online Sunday experience. We're doing this so that we can ensure the safety of our Ethos family and our community. We've always said "we're better together." That's true now more than ever!

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What is a community group?

Community Groups are small gatherings that meet (in-person or online) across the city on different days of the week. Community Groups will be a place to celebrate stories, pray together, worship, and lean into God’s Word with one another. All while building meaningful and life-giving relationships.

When do community groups begin (and end)?

Groups launch on September 27 and meet for a 12 week term. We're encouraging everyone to join a group - even if you've never tried one before. We think Ethos has some of the best people you'll might be surprised how much you grow by just being in community with others.

Can I lead a community group?

Yes! You don’t need to have everything together to be a leader at Ethos (we don't!). You just need a place to host and a willingness to facilitate open conversation using the "Community Guide" discussion questions.  We’ll even provide group leader training.

There are group options for everyone: couples, families with kids, singles, men, women, & even online groups.

(Our vision for groups)

Ethos Groups

Right now, we're meeting in Community Groups with an online Sunday experience, so there are no "Small Groups." When we're back to gathering, we'll resume Small Groups, which are designed for you to experience community, find freedom, and take next steps. Small Groups run in 3 seasons throughout the year - spring (12 weeks), summer (6 weeks), and fall (12 weeks).  Here are the benefits of groups:

  • Groups stir us up toward love and good deeds (Hebrews 10:24-25)

  • Groups help us care for the needs of people in the Church and carry each others' burdens (Galatians 6:2)

  • Groups encourage authentic development, growth, and learning (Colossians 1:9-10)

Servant Leadership

The best teams are made up of a bunch of nobodies who love everybody, serve anybody, and don't care about becoming a somebody.


Servant Leadership

We believe the greatest leadership is service to others. Every leader is a servant first.  From the pulpit to the parking lot, every role looks different but each is of utmost and equal importance. If you are interested in getting involved at Ethos and making a difference, join us for Ethos 101.

Ethos 101

Ethos 101 guides you to discover your purpose and live the life God created for you. Ethos 101 will equip you to 1) connect to the church, 2) discover the strengths of your purposeful design, 3) develop your God-given gifts to make a difference in the lives of others. Plus, it's just a fun event with food and childcare provided!


Here are some ways you can connect with others from Ethos and

make a difference in the world around you.


First Saturday Prayer


On the first Saturday of each month, we gather to pray over the Church, our community, and our families. We believe that prayer is an important part of following Jesus and focuses us on the right things. Join us at the Ethos House (1992 Lewis Center Rd, Lewis Center OH 43035) from 8:00 to 9:00am the first Saturday of the month:​

  • Saturday, October 3

  • Saturday, November 7

  • Saturday, December 5


I Love My City

There’s a lot to love about our city. We celebrate the successes of all the individuals, businesses, schools, and community organizations that are contributing to our common good. We’re better together.

I Love My City projects are how we serve our city. To view upcoming and past projects:

We're always updating events & looking for new ways to
love all people in Jesus' name. 





Quick Links


9:15 and 11:15am online:

Church Online


We're meeting in community groups all around Columbus, OH.



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