You have probably heard of THE BIG LIE by now, but did you know there is a bigger lie? Come this Sunday and hear THE BIGGEST LIE ever told. Then, together, we will seek new ways to tell the truth.
This Sunday we will take a light-hearted look at the heavy-hearted feeling of shame and ask what we, as people of faith, are to do with shame, grace, and the goodness of creation.
For years I have had a picture of Santa Claus in my church office. When people tell me they do not believe in God, I reference the bearded old man who sees you when you are sleeping to check and see which God it is … read more.
In our tradition, we value science and reason, discussion and debate, even as we delight in all we cannot know. There is a place and a grace in the mystery that holds us. This Sunday we set aside some time to embrace the knowing that … read more.
We are excited to share time together Sunday making a maypole in the front yard and reflecting while walking a temporary labyrinth in the parking lot. Please join us.
We’ll be virtual at 11 and the activity part of service should start before 11:30. We … read more.
Growing up, my family moved every few years. Maybe you did too, or maybe your roots run deep. Wherever we find home, or however we make home, the promise of home has changed this year. This Sunday will be the start of our fall season … read more.
St John’s continues with its virtual services. Please keep up with all of our virtual activities on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKq8-4vQg-di9N552uUrwOw.
This week Reverend Mitra will share her sermon, Peng Cheng will provide music, and congregants will offer a special chalice lighting.
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Many of our most beloved holiday stories include people and circumstances that are very far from perfect. This Sunday we will ask why our highest praise is often given to those who are far from perfect as we ask what we truly expect in … read more.
When I was a small child I lived in Tehran, Iran, where I attended an international school. United Nations day was a day for carnival games and treats. We all dressed up to represent some part of our mixed heritage — because no … read more.
Manuel Perez is the Membership Coordinator for Cincinnati Interfaith Workers Center, part of the Interfaith Workers Network. Today he will speak to us about the value of solidarity. Come learn how empowering communities can serve our spirits and the world.