Our office hours are 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday though Friday.
Our open to the public days resume April 1st, 2022. We will be open to visitors from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm on Fridays. If you are considering visiting, we ask that you contact us by calling (614) 866-4302 or by emailing and letting us know. Fridays where we are closed will be noted on our calendar.
Upon arriving, please sign a waiver at the table in the foyer. There are meditation trail maps that can be used. The suggested donation is $2 per person. We are also collecting nonperishables for donation to local food pantries.
You are able to walk the labyrinths and meditation trails. Walk past the animal pastures and farm gardens. Pets are not allowed at Shepherd’s Corner as we are attentive to the needs of other visitors as well as the wild flora, fauna, and animals.
We offer use of our building to groups whose mission is compatible with that of Shepherd’s Corner. Currently, rentals are restricted to groups of ten participants. Rental includes the opportunity to walk the meditation trail and labyrinth. Contact us if you would like more information regarding facility rental. As a note, rentals are limited to Monday through Saturday as we are closed on Sundays.
We offer educational programs primarily for students in grades 3, 4, and 5, which focus on farm life, nature, water, and spirituality. Programming is offered for scout, civic, and homeschool groups as well. Please send an email to discuss options. Programming options can be seen here.
Special Events: Stay tuned for 2024 dates!
17th Anniversary Farm Fresh 5K : June 10th, 2023
Shepherds Fest (Annual Community Day): September 23rd, 2023 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Shepherd’s Ecology Center is positioning itself to be an Earth-centered leader in the Central Ohio community: teaching environmental education, offering reflective experiences on care of creation, and renewing the land while providing healthy, naturally grown produce.
Shepherd’s Corner Ecology Center invites others to join with us in experiencing the joys and responsibilities of caring for land, life, and spirit. Inspiring others to become shepherds of creation in their own corners of the world.