Members of one of Columbus’ fastest growing New American communities observe a religious celebration of light and life with music and dancing.
While Methodist congregations around the country have welcomed the LGBTQ community, church law prohibits the consecration of openly gay ministers. But that’s not stopping one Central Ohio woman from pursuing ministry.
Jeff Darbee and his wife, Nancy Recchie, a fellow architectural historian, visit Christ the King Church, which Nancie attended growing up. They explore how architecture has developed over the years with the change of liturgy in the Catholic Church.
Discover the history of the church that solidified the African-American community in downtown Columbus and was local leader in the civil rights movement, as well as Mt. Olivet Baptist Church’s role in Columbus today.
On this episode, we’re taking a look at how a few different Columbus communities express their spirituality. Discover a Baptist church engaged in the civil rights movement, a musical celebration in the Bhutanese community, the architecture of a historic Catholic church, and LGBTQ church leaders.