Welcome to the First Unitarian Church of Cincinnati!

Our community welcomes all with love, supports learning and spiritual growth, serves our wider community, and works for justice, equity, and inclusion.

Out of an abundance of love and for the health and safety of our community, members and staff, we have temporarily closed our building to help reduce transmission of COVID-19.  Even though our building is closed, our minister and staff are working remotely and we gather every Sunday at 10:00 am online.  Services are also available for later viewing on our YouTube site.

UPCOMING SERVICES

All are welcome to join our services!  We broadcast live on the First Unitarian Church of Cincinnati YouTube channel. 
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November 1 at 10:00 am - Making Promises

Folks say Unitarian Universalism is that faith where you can "believe whatever you want."  It's true that we don't have a creed or specific dogma.  Instead, we come to this faith because we choose to...because we want to be together.  We commit to each other and to our community to work together for justice, equity and peace.  Join us this Sunday to hear about the promises we make to one another and to our world.    

November 8 at 10:00 am - Widening the Circle:  Governance 

We continue our sermon series based on the Unitarian Universalist Association Commission on Institutional Change.  This month we focus on creating collaborative, inclusive and equitable forms of governance in our faith communities.

November 15 at 10:00 am - The Meaning of Home

“For many of us, our relationship with home has intensified this year. The pandemic has given many of us new appreciation for, and concerns about, the places we call home and the centrality of these places in our lives.”  This service will feature readings and materials provided by the Unitarian Universalist Service Commission, including special video features on partners in Central America, Alaska, Louisiana, Burma and Bangladesh who are experiences violence, economic devastation and the effects of climate change. 

November 22 at 10:00 am - And Still We Are Grateful

Despite everything that’s happened in 2020, there are still reasons to be grateful.



To reach us, please leave a message at 513.281.1564 or send us an email. We will get back to you within 48 hours.

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Rev. Connie Simon, Minister
Jera Cox, Director of Music
Meredith Plummer, Director of Lifespan Faith Development
Carrie Spiess, Director of Operations


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