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.

Environmental Events

The coronavirus pandemic has changed all of our lives but social distancing does not mean we have to stop learning or stop advocating to protect our environment… and our health. David Terry, one of our Green Sanctuary partners, suggested we hold a Zoom meeting sometime soon so we can talk about possible … read more.

Church Closure Letter

Dear St. John’s Community,

As you have undoubtedly heard by now, the Board of Trustees for St. John’s recently extended the closure of the church’s facilities through the end of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While this may not come as a surprise for many, … read more.