Cincinnati’s 44th annual MLK March will take place on Monday Jan. 21. It begins @ 10:30. The anticipated 1,000 marchers will be walking from the Freedom Center to Music Hall. Let’s participate, in support of Dr. King’s message of racial justice and equity. Let Joetta … read more.
Join us Friday, Jan 18, at the Esquire. This month’s selection is “If Beale Street Could Talk”. We’ll meet in the lobby at 7:00 pm and at Sitwell’s or the church after, depending on attendance. Meet us before the movie in the theatre lobby or … read more.
Refugees and Global Migration – Sun Feb. 3, 2019
Today, no countries have open borders. Every state in today’s global system has its own laws and policies about who is permitted to cross its borders, and how they will do so. Who determines whether someone is … read more.
Two teams have been working to review and update St. John’s
bylaws. After careful consideration, St. John’s board has approved proposed
changes to two sections of our bylaws. One proposal addresses board structure
and governance. The second proposal concerns membership. There will be a
special congregational meeting after service … read more.
By Alice Diebel, Intern Minister
The Rev. Mitra Jafarzadeh is on sabbatical.
We’ve done it, St.John’s! We had the Nativity pageant, an
unrehearsed play with all kinds of participation in our setting, including a
spider in the manger! We had our holiday concert where our amazing choir
brought us from … read more.
As we approach the end of the year, many of us are thinking about all we are grateful for and about how to make meaningful gifts in difficult times. Here are the words of the Reverend Susan Frederick-Gray, President, Unitarian Universalist Association: “These are the … read more.
Please join us for our Interweave Potluck and Movie night in Krolfifer Hall on December 14, 2018. Doors open at 7:00 for dinner and the movie will begin at 7:30. The movie will be The Man Who Invented Christmas tells of … read more.
Do you have a friend or two at St. John’s you wish you could spend more time with? Coffee cleanup is a good way to team up with friends and help St. John’s, too. Have you met a new member or visitor you’d like to … read more.
Time for an update! We have no dinners scheduled!!!
As always, I’ll be on my way to warmer climates the end of the month. My routine is to plan dinners in January and February before I head south. So… please volunteer! The rules are the same-a … read more.
The Edict of Torda, signed by Unitarian King John Sigismund in 1568, was a decree of religious tolerance. To celebrate this important anniversary, our partner congregation, St. Laszlo, is planting 450 walnut trees in Transylvania. We at St. John’s wanted to join the … read more.