The mission of the Ohio Council of Churches is to make visible the unity of Christ's
church, provide a Christian voice on public issues, and engage in worship, education
The 2014 Ebola epidemic is the largest in history. While Ebola does not pose an imminent risk to Ohio residents, out of an abundance of caution the Ohio Department of Health is working with local health departments, hospitals, EMS responders, physicians, other health professionals and state agencies to be prepared.
The What You Need to Know about Ebola pdf was prepared by the Ohio Department of Health.
Check here for the latest news on state-wide and regional seminars, conferences and workshops on topics ranging from shared communion and baptism to issues of justice, poverty, and peace.
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The ongoing ministry of the Ohio Council of Churches, offering opportunities for support, worship, education and service.
Bills in Lame Duck Session
Antibiotic resistance due to overuse in hospitals and in agriculture leads to superbugs and 20,000 deaths each year!
Ohio was one of the first states to adopt Common Core standards approved by the State Board of Education in 2010. Schools all over Ohio have been busily preparing their teachers and purchasing books and materials that can lead their students into an academic and technological America that has outgrown the previous standards. Colleges and Universities have restructured their teacher education programs to prepare their graduates for a structure that strengthens English/language arts and math.
As the National Vigil against Gun Violence, those in Columbus have an opportunity to gather on Dec. 7th.
People from all Faiths are invited to our monthly Prayer Service.
Sunday, December 7, 2014
6:00 - 7:00 PM
Motherhouse of the
Dominican Sisters of Peace
2320 Airport Dr.
Columbus, Ohio 43219
(Parking in Lot B, just passed
Mohun Health Care Center.)
For additional information, contact Sr. Valerie at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by the Ohio Education Association and Innovation Ohio, this website helps Ohioans better understand how public funded charter schools compare to traditional public schools.