Newcomers

Visiting a new church can be uncomfortable. It shouldn't be. Wander around our website for while. Church simply isn't only for Sunday anymore. We're trying out some new ways to meet you so that together we can find God with one another throughout the week. You are welcome here no matter what your life story holds. All have a place at the Table!

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Hospitality

Hospitality is core to our Christian way of being alive. Jesus teaches us to love our neighbors, and we are consequently striving to connect with folks who live around us in Westwood, Cheviot, and all over Cincinnati's West Side. Join us at Coffee Hour after Sunday worship or stop some of our weekly programming, most of which consists of music and food! Be our guest!

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Worship

Join us Ash Wednesday Service at 7:00 pm

The Reverend Susan Lehman will be the celebrant. 

Join us at 10:00 AM
on Sundays!

Traditional and contemporary, uplifting and heartfelt, reverent with some humor: all of which you will find in each and every one of our services. We bring our whole selves to church with us as we draw closer to God's Spirit through Word, song, and our sharing of bread and wine with all who will receive it. Come and
visit us!
 

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Formation

Educational and formational opportunities feed our souls and shape who we are today. Learning in enjoyable yet faithful ways nurture us to grow more fully into the people God creates us to be. We offer weekly Sunday School for our children and Adult Bible Study for adults, as well as several other special opportunities throughout the year. Check them out!

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Episcopal News Service

Bringing church to the people: ashes, ashes everywhere

February 09, 2016

Episcopal News Service
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Increasingly, there is “Ashes to Go,”‘Smudge and Run,” “Drive-through Ashes,” “Ashes on the Fly,” and now, “Lent in a Bag,” as all sorts of churches—Episcopal, Lutheran, Methodist—are moving the centuries-old Ash Wednesday observance beyond church walls. The Rev. Donna S. Mote, Episcopal chaplain at the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, ...

Anglican News Service

Catholic Vespers at Henry VIII’s Chapel Royal

February 10, 2016

Anglican Communion News Service
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The Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, Vincent Nichols, last night led a service of Solemn Vespers in the Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace in what was the first Roman Catholic act of worship for 450 years in Henry VIII’s chapel, which was the backdrop to much of the English Reformation. The service, sung mainly in Latin, was a unique event held to mark the 500th anniversary of Hampton Court and was in recognition...