There comes a time when we all must pause and reflect on where we’ve been and where we want to go. Ministers are no exception. This service will take the time to wish Rev. Mitra well, while she takes that brief opportunity to pause as … read more.
Rev. Mitra Jafarzadeh
In our church and our tradition, we agree to use both the right of individual conscience, and the democratic principles to guide our work. Today we will look at what it means to have democracy, where the concept has been and where it might go … read more.
Rev. Mitra and Brennan Grayson will lead a celebration of labor day with a reflection on where we have been, an invitation to go forward, and music not to be missed! Brennan Grayson is the Director of The Cincinnati Interfaith Workers Center (CIWC). The CIWC … read more.
What would it be like if we lived with deep faith in our values while knowing, undeniably, that we might not have all the answers? Maybe we are 100% right, while someone else might be as well. Though this seems like an impossible position, I … read more.
The world we live in can feel unsafe and the church we make together is supposed to be a antidote to that. We offer each other sanctuary. But I wonder how much we can expect to be safe when the world needs us to be … read more.
Returning for a third year in a row, Laura Gentry and Rev. Mitra will explore jazz and theology with a full accompaniment of wonderful musicians. This Sunday we will explore how jazz can move us from a partial understanding to a more fully realized whole. … read more.
We will start this Sunday with Pancakes at 10:00 and move to worship at 11:00. Bring your favorite patriotic quote to share for this morning’s worship service as we seek to remember and promote the promise of American idealism. Yes, I know we are far … read more.
We are held and shaped by the people with whom we choose to spend our time. At St. John’s we do not say that we have to believe a certain way, but we do agree to be in covenant and treat each other in certain … read more.
It is a springtime tradition among many Unitarian Universalist Churches for each person to bring a flower to church and build a beautiful bouquet together. At the end of the service, the flowers will be distributed, each person receiving a flower different from the one … read more.