On the first and third Sundays of each month we welcome all to join together in the Fireside Room for fellowship and a potluck lunch after meeting for worship. Please join us!
~ The Hospitality Committee
Beulah Christmas Goodie, Recipe & Traditions Exchange
Pastor John Ivey and Cincinnati Friends Minister/Public Friend Jim Newby will relate the traditions of our churches, then release us to mingle and offer our own. Beulah members will also lead us in singing. This is our third event with Beulah, a friendship we have been forging as part of our commitment to the A Mighty Stream program to unite faith communities in advancing racial justice through sacred activism.
Cincinnati Friends Meeting is a semi-programmed Quaker meeting, which means that we have a pastor who gives a brief message at the beginning of the service. The rest of the hour together is spent in silent, open worship as we listen to what the still, small voice of God might say to us. Sometimes others might speak out of the silence, or request a hymn. Through such shared ministry we grow together in Spirit and in community.
We are an Open and Affirming congregation, and a Solidarity Congregation in relationship with the Sanctuary Movement. By tradition we are Christian, but we recognize that the world is interdependent, composed of many cultures and faith traditions. We seek to grow together spiritually and learn from one another in peace. Respecting our differences, we seek a more compassionate and loving world. We welcome everyone interested in our way of worship and the Quaker testimonies: simplicity, peace, integrity, community, and equality.
Where We Are
8075 Keller Road
Cincinnati, OH 45243
Sundays at the Meeting
Centering Down (Adult Spiritual Sharing)
Anyone may join at any time
First-Day School (Religious Education for young people 6 and older from September through May)
11 AM - 12 PM
A potluck lunch and fellowship follows worship on first and third Sundays of month.
Currently by appointment only