Have a deeper understanding about who God is and how influential His teachings are with the help of Christ Lutheran Church in Bexley, Ohio. Take part in our worship services and discover how God works in your life.
Library: Books, devotionals, children's books, and videos are available to check out on Sunday mornings or during the week during church office hours from 9:00 AM -- 3:00 PM. The Library Helpers meet Monday morning to shelf books and catalog them. All adults are welcome!
Office Receptionists: Adult volunteers are welcome to help out in the church office by greeting individuals that come to the office, answering phones, and assisting with church office work for a scheduled two to three-hour time period. Let the office know if you would like to help.
Knitwits: Is a group that meets the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 PM in the lounge. Join us for devotions, knitting, fellowship, and a light dessert. We knit prayer shawls for people in need.
Mary Circle: Meets the second Monday of each month at noon in the lounge. The ladies meet for lunch (brown bag) with dessert and coffee served by the hostess.
Men's Wednesday Bible Study: Men, join us Wednesdays at 6:30 AM in the church lounge for a Bible study. Coffee will be provided.
Young at Heart: Please join us on the third Monday of every month for fellowship, lunch and an inspiring program at noon in the church lounge.
Lutheran World Relief Sewing: Join the "quilting bee" every Tuesday at 9:00 AM in the fellowship hall to create hand tied quilts that are distributed worldwide for disaster relief. No experience is needed, come one come all.
Men's Softball: Men, dust off your tennis shoes and join your fellow members on our summer softball team for great fun and fellowship
Dartball Team: Men and women, come join our dartball team on Thursday at 7:00 PM in the fellowship Hall. We compete against other churches and we are always looking for new faces to join our team.
Lutheran Social Service (LSS) Food Pantry: Located at 1460 S. Champion Ave. The Food Pantry distributes food to central Ohio families. Our church is responsible for staffing the pantry on various dates from 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM.
First English Outreach: If you would like to be a part of the mission endeavor to feed the homeless. Join us to serve breakfast on the third Sunday of the month at First English Lutheran Church. We need help with food prep, set up, and serving.
*Call the church office for contact information
Altar Guild: Traditionally this is a women's group, but all adults are welcome. The Altar Guild prepares the paraments, communion, altar cloths, banners, and flowers for traditional worship. The group meets the first Monday of each month at 1:00 PM.
Acolytes: Youth in grades 5 or above and adults can sign up to light the candles and pick up communion glasses in traditional worship.
Bible Bearers and Candle Bearers: Youth in grades 9-12 can sign up to carry the ceremonial Bible and candle in traditional worship on festival Sundays.
Communion Assistants or Lay Readers: Adults may volunteer to assist with communion distribution or reading the scriptures during traditional worship
Contemporary Worship: We welcome adults and school-age children to light candles, serve communion, collect offering, and lead prayers.
Crucifers: Youth in grades 9-12 can sign up to carry the cross in traditional worship on Festival Sundays.
Greeters: Youth, adults, and families can volunteer to greet people as they arrive for worship.
Ushers: Adults can volunteer to pass offering plates and assist greeters in passing out bulletins.
Homebound Communion Visitation: Once a month, members go out from worship to celebrate communion, one-on-one, with those not able to join us for worship.
Prayer Chain: Adults who are comfortable praying for others are welcome to participate in our prayer chain. If someone has a prayer request, then the telephone tree among members is activated for the specific prayer concern.
Stephen Ministry: This ministry is facilitated by trained, caring lay people through whom one of our members reaches out to others in time of need. It is a commitment to caring intentionally for each other one-on-one and to building a Christ-centered, nurturing community.
Kindergarten through 12th grade and their families are invited to be involved in various areas of this ministry. The high school youth meet regularly for fellowship, service, retreats, and go to the National Youth Gathering every three years.
Middle school students are involved in Confirmation, fellowship activities, retreats, and more.
Youth in K-6 are invited for family fellowship, education, and spiritual growth monthly.
Practice is on Wednesdays at 6:00 PM in Room 303 when in session
Special Events Choir
Watch the Chronicle for practice times
Soli Deo Bells (Adult Women)
Practice is on Thursdays at 9:30 AM in Room 301
Chancel Ringers (Bells - all ages)
Practice is on Thursdays at 6:30 PM in Room 301
Chancel Choir (Adults)
Practice is on Thursdays at 7:30 PM in Room 301