Columbus Catholic School

The Central Ohio Association of Catholic Educators (COACE) is a group of educators dedicated to fostering Catholic education in the Diocese of Columbus. The group monitors the work of diocesan teachers and works to improve their welfare. They also offer a variety of services to students and the community. Catholic schools offer a holistic approach to education, with a focus on personal development and civic responsibility. These qualities prepare children for the real world and for higher education. A Catholic education also emphasizes reading, writing, and math, as well as integrating faith and education. This enables students to develop their knowledge and skills, and to make ethical decisions. The Columbus Catholic School system serves students from preschool to 12th grade. Students can choose from four schools, including St. John the Baptist Primary School, Our Lady of Peace Intermediate School (grades 6-8), and Columbus Catholic High School (grades 9-12). The school system is based on Catholic values, and the students are taught to be compassionate, respectful, and responsible citizens.

C-CAM (Capital City Association of Ministers and Churches)
The purpose of C-CAM is to promote and facilitate unity among the churches, including para-church organizations working in central Ohio. Our goal is to bring pastors and ministry leaders together in fellowship-eating together, sharing together, praying together, worshipping together and working together. We promote cooperative action in the areas of evangelism, ministry to the poor, political action to promote civic righteousness and Christian values, corporate prayer, and world missions.
C-CAM meets on the first Tuesday of each month for lunch, worship and a timely message.


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