We added a Blessing Box to our property in 2020. It's located near the east entrance of our parking lot, and stocked with non-perishible grocery items. Being a Blessing Box host has been one way we have been able to help our community during the pandemic. Learn more about the project below.
We've partnered with Habitat For Humanity – MidOhio for over ten years. The work they do is God-inspired, and we are grateful for the opportunity to serve our community alongside them. Learn more about Habitat For Humanity – MidOhio by clicking the button below.
Although BIUMC is not technically a reconciling church at this time, many of our members have become Reconciling United Methodists (RUMs). Becoming a RUM is a way for each individual to show their support for full inclusion. In addition, we are hosting the RMN Pride Festival for the second year in a row. Learn more about Reconciling Ministries Network by clicking the button below.
Little Bottoms is dedicated to helping families with children from birth to five years old by giving away diapers, wipes, clothes, toys and more to those in the Franklinton area of Columbus. Learn more about their work by clicking the link below.
Each month we collect specific items for our friends at Worthington Resource Pantry. Learn more about their work by clicking the link below.
Gables Elementary and Centennial High School are two Columbus City Schools in our community that we have built relationships with over the years. We've hosted book drives and become reading buddies, crossing guards, and more.
Our Prison Ministry small group has been supporting members of the Kindway Embark program over the years. Learn more about Kindway by clicking below.
This event and fundraiser has become something our Youth group participates in every year. You can learn more about this event by clicking the link below.