Due to COVID-19 complications we have made the difficult decision to postpone this presentation. See the President's message regarding this decision.
Festival of Carols is a free community event that celebrates Jesus Christ’s birth and God’s gift of salvation through music. While this is a free event, tickets are required to ensure enough seating is available. The concert will feature the OCU Chorale, University Band, Jazz Band, Circleville Choral Society, and OCU Strings.
Join conductor, Ron Jenkins, and your Columbus Symphony for a concert of holiday favorites to sing along to. It's fun for the entire family!
From doubtful to devoted—C.S. Lewis’ journey to becoming The Most Reluctant Convert in 80 minutes! Using C.S. Lewis’ own words, award-winning actor Max McLean brings the brilliant Oxford don to life, taking us on his extraordinary trek from hard-boiled atheist to “the most reluctant convert in all England.”
Ohio Christian University, in cooperation with the Fellowship for Performing Arts, is bringing to the Ministry and Performing Arts Center, “The Most Reluctant Convert”. For one day only, January 15th, 2022 with two performances at 1:00 and 6:00. This show has toured the United States to rave reviews and is not to be missed.
Experience Ohio Christian University's Undergraduate Campus Program with a Preview Day! You'll learn why students choose OCU, tour campus, and interact with current students and staff. With many different events and dates to choose from you'll be sure to find something that fits your schedule. See you soon!
Each year, Ohio Christian University awards more than $4,000,000 in student aid. Your gifts during the OCU Offering will help fund those scholarships and will significantly impact the lives of students at OCU!
Ohio Christian University held its first ever Summer Celebration Picnic on Friday, July 16, 2021. This was a time for OCU Alumni, donor partners and community members to get together and enjoy Food, Friends and Fellowship.
The Foundry Institute for ministry leaders fulfills a key element of the Ohio Christian University mission and vision by focusing on building church leaders who can both build the church by reaching out to those in the culture, while simultaneously developing the next generation of leaders within the church. As a long-term program, The Foundry Institute fulfills a need for deep discipleship and leadership development.