First UCC begins our 12th year as a host congregation for IHN in 2022. We are pleased to collaborate with 10 other religious congregations in the College Hill area. We house families who are homeless for four weeks each year here and four weeks at College Hill Presbyterian Church. In addition, we assist at Grace Place in College Hill during the summer when IHN uses the house. For more information, contact IHN offices at 513-471-1100.
Rehearsals - Mondays at 7:00 p.m.
All music abilities are welcome!
Please enjoy our choir performing, "Sanctuary."
Rehearsals - Mondays at 6:00 p.m.
All ages and music abilities are welcome!
Please enjoy our handbell choir performing,
We are fortunate to welcome many special guest musicians to our sanctuary each month. These artists' talents are greatly appreciated by our congregation, and it is always a joy to have them with us!
Please enjoy this clip of Matt Riley's arrangement of We Three Kings, performed by Maxwell Fairman, violin, and our music director, Jimmy Wiederhold for Advent 2021.
Tuesday Evenings @ 7:00
The intention of The Cincinnati Zen Center is to provide the support of community for those looking directly into the matter of this human life so that all beings may be free of suffering. Membership is not required for participation. In the spirit of Sokei-An, the first Zen teacher in America: All who come are welcome and those who leave are not pursued
Every Wednesday @ Noon
Although titled Senior Social, this lunch bunch welcomes all. Come join them when you are in the neighborhood and need a quick bite to eat! After a few laughs, you may just decide to extend your lunch break.
Wednesday Evenings @ 6:00
Fishes and Loaves began in 2010 when a couple of active families decided they needed to have more time around the dinner table together. The dinner and fellowship have evolved into a community outreach that is open to all. Dinner is usually on time and if it isn't, consider that extra time an opportunity to meet someone new!
Fourth Thursday of the Month @ Noon
The Guild quietly and lovingly provides support to mission work and efforts, including extra care and kindness at bereavement luncheons. The last Saturday in February, the Guild organizes the Sauerkraut Dinner. On the second Saturdays of March and October, they conduct a rummage sale.
Our Whole Lives, together with Sexuality and Our Faith, helps participants make informed and responsible decisions about their relationships, health and behavior in the context of their faith. It equips participants with accurate, age-appropriate information in six subject areas: human development, relationships, personal skills, sexual behavior, sexual health, and society and culture. It provides not only facts about anatomy and human development, but helps participants to clarify their values.