Circuit Ministry

What is a Circuit?
Circuits are a geographic group of churches working together for the purpose of making disciples of Jesus Christ and transforming the world.
If you thought, "This sounds like a clergy cluster." No, circuits are not clergy clusters. Circuits are geographically based. Pastors, as your pastoral appointment changes, so will your circuit. Circuits are groups of churches connected by a similar geography.
Why Circuits?
The purpose of circuits is simple: to enhance our missional impact. The heart of circuit ministry is collaboration. As churches continue to work together, we look forward to continuing to celebrate what God is doing in and through the circuits.


Each week, we’re holding in prayer one of our circuits in the Capitol Area District. Pray specifically for God’s guidance as the churches seek to collaborate to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world in their local community.

January 18-24, 2023

Centenary UMC

Church of the Good Shepherd UMC

Columbus Korean UMC

Ebenezer UMC

Epworth UMC

Lee Avenue UMC

Maize Manor UMC

Vietnamese Congregation at Maize Manor

January 25 - 31, 2023

Church of the Master UMC

Church of the Messiah UMC

Church of the Saviour UMC

Harlem Road UMC

New Albany UMC

Stonybrook UMC

February 1-7, 2023

Etna UMC

Kirkersville UMC

Pataskala UMC

Summit Station UMC

Wagram UMC

February 8-14, 2023

Alexandria UMC

Bennington Chapel UMC

Croton UMC

Johnstown UMC

Questions about Circuit Ministry? Contact Sara Thomas sarathomas [at] or Karen Cook kcook [at]