Rev. Colleen Ogle, Associate Pastor (she, her, hers)
Rev. Colleen Ogle is a graduate of Methodist Theological School in Ohio (M.T.S., ’85) (M. Div., ’87) and an elder serving through the West Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church for 27 years.  She has joyfully served suburban (Columbus Trinity, 1988-91, 2003-08), rural (Licking Co.-Croton, 1991-96), county seat (Marion Epworth, 2008-12), and urban (Columbus King Avenue, 2014-present) churches of all sizes.  Rev. Ogle worked on a doctorate in systematic theology at Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI) and while there taught courses including The History of Protestant Thought and Practice, Introduction to Theology, and Introduction to the New Testament. She has also served as an adjunct at the Methodist Theological School in Ohio, teaching Introduction to Theology and United Methodist Doctrine.  Colleen is married to Richard A. Frye, Judge, Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, and their blended family includes five grown children (Katie, Emily, Abby, Ezra, and Sophie) and three grandchildren.