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Sabbatical Project Class, Part 2

Sunday, October 2 at 11:30 a.m. in Palmer Hall

We will continue the conversation begun on September 18. New folks welcome!

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Worship at Bethany Presbyterian Church

Sunday, October 16 at 10:45 a.m.

206 N. Garfield Avenue

Broad Street will worship at Bethany Presbyterian Church at 10:45 a.m. on Sunday, October 16. There will be no early service because of the Columbus Marathon. Find the marathon map here

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Dine with Nine Kickoff Potluck

Wednesday, October 5 at 6:30 p.m. at BSPC

Dine with Nine is a great opportunity for Broad Streeters to get to know one another better. The ‘Nine’ is intentional - you do not have to be part of a couple for these monthly meals. Each solo/twosome of the group of 7-9 rotates hosting either at their home or at a local restaurant (each diner pays their own tab!). Groups of 7-9 will be defined before the kick-off potluck. The dinner schedule is determined by each group on October 5. Because dinner groups are small, everyone has a chance to share stories and ideas. 


For questions, email Rosalind Parkinson.

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Help Needed!

Broad Street Food Pantry:

This past week the Broad Street Food Pantry had 70 families in one day! We can always use more volunteers.


The Broad Street Food Pantry is also hiring a temporary Food Pantry Assistant. Spread the word!

Growing and Growth Collective's Common Ground 4-H SPIN Club:

Building on the Growing and Growth Collective's foundation of delivering culturally-relevant, multigenerational programming that promotes the vast benefits of engagement in urban agriculture -- GGC is hosting a two-part experiential learning program that blends agricultural education with creative reflection through art projects.

This will take place at BSPC on Saturdays, October 15 and 22 from 1-4:00 p.m. with volunteer timeslots available in 1.5-hour increments. We encourage you to consider signing up to volunteer! Volunteer sign-ups are due by October 7. 


KOJO KAMAU - Connecting: People, Places, Community Opening Reception

Tuesday, October 11, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at BSPC

The exhibition is dedicated in memory of acclaimed photographer, Kojo Kamau co-founder of (ACE) Art for Community Expression and founding member of the Eastside Arts Initiative at the Broad Street Presbyterian Church. Kojo Kamau devoted a lifetime to photographing positive images of African American people and worked tirelessly to strengthen the bond between African American artists, history, and culture for the Columbus art community. The Eastside Arts Initiative is proud to collaborate with the Ohio History Connection and the James Preston Poindexter Foundation to preserve heritage and to broaden experiences that connect and engage the community. The Connecting People, Places and Community exhibition curated by Bettye Stull and co-curator Shelbi Toone invites the viewers to celebrate the 83rd birthday of our beloved friend, photographer visionary, mentor, and history maker. We honor Kojo Kamau for “transcending boundaries and time, capturing truth and integrity” and bridging the gap to a changing society.


The Broad Street Buzz

This week you should have received an email directing you to the very first edition of the Broad Street Buzz! In case you missed it, view it here on the Central Hub


Garden Maintenance Morning

Saturday, October 22 at 10:30 a.m.

Join Food Pantry Director Kathy Kelly-Long and Neighborhood Ministries Director Tracy Ross in the BSPC Garden to harvest, weed, water, and fellowship.

Please RSVP

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We're Hiring!

The Broad Street Food Pantry is hiring a temporary Food Pantry Assistant. Spread the word! 


Join the BSPC Choir

This fun group sings, laughs, & prays together! Email Bill Boggs for next steps. 


Volunteer with God's Treasures

For many years, developmentally disabled adults have found a home at Broad Street as part of the God’s Treasures group. The group is returning to church on Sunday, September 18, and volunteers are needed to companion these warm and lively siblings in faith. On any given Sunday this work may include being friendly, sharing a sense of humor, encouraging socialization, preparing/serving coffee or tea, having conversation about faith, sing-alongs, assisting with small crafts, and giving guidance for safety. Some may need assistance with trips to or from the restroom.

Time commitment: 2 hours one Sunday a month, 10 am to 12 noon.