Because we care about your health…

On Wednesday night the St John’s board voted to suspend all church
activities and all uses of the church building at least until April 2nd.
This decision was made after lengthy deliberations focused on the heath
and well-being of St John’s members, friends and guests … read more.

Church events during COVID-19 restrictions

With our doors largely closed during this time of quarantine, most of our church events have been and will be online or outdoors for the foreseeable future.

You probably noticed fewer events posted on this website.

Please keep reading the St. John’s E-News for weekly events, and … read more.

Guest sermonist Troy Bronsink Sept. 20

“Church in the time of COVID: our inner, outer and collective practices.” 

Troy Bronsink will provide St. John’s sermon Sunday, Sept. 20. He is founder and director of the Hive, a community of shared small group courses around contemplation, creativity and social action. He formed … read more.

Water Communion Blessing

Some of you have asked for the little blessing I wrote for this year’s Water Communion and the list of dates for other outdoor Sundays. Both are below. I want to thank you all for creatively re-imagining a way to be together.

A Water Communion … read more.

Split the Plate

By John Kachuba

With general elections less than 100 days away, individuals and non-profit organizations are working harder then ever to ensure that all voters will be able to exercise their right to an open and fair election process.

Unitarian Universalist Justice Ohio (UUJO) has … read more.

On The Death Penalty

In the early 1970s, the Unitarian Universalist at General Assembly made a public statement against the death penalty.  At St. John’s, the effort to end the death penalty found an echo in a congregation-wide resolution on peace and a more recent resolution against racism.  For, … read more.

Green Sanctuary Activities

By Jeanne Nightingale

August 3, 2020: Date for the Sierra Club Inning on Zoom. Past Plastic Cincinnati will report on the coalition’s 12-year campaign to ban single-use plastics in Cincinnati. Plus: Can you imagine a supermarket with no plastics? The idea of the “Smart Supermarket” is being … read more.