Cincy Multifaith Calendar

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Interfaith Collaboration Grants

InterfaithCincy, in partnership with A Blessing to One Another, is offering Interfaith Community Engagement Grants. Any Faith community or any faith-based youth group that partners with a faith community or youth group from another faith tradition to work on a community engagement project can apply. To view the grant application, please click here. For Information and application form contact Dr. James Buchanan at A Blessing to One Another at [email protected].

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Interfaith Vigil for Peace in Ukraine

Please join us for an interfaith vigil for peace in Ukraine this Sunday, March 27, at 7pm. Co-sponsored by Christ Church Cathedral and EquaSion, this event will be held in-person at Christ Church Cathedral, 318 East Fourth Street or can be viewed at This event is free and open to the public. Donations are encouraged to Matthew 25: Ministries, which is currently shipping aid to Ukraine and to the surrounding areas to help people impacted by the conflict. Donations benefit Matthew 25: Ministries and their work with the Ukraine Crisis. Enter the word “Ukraine” in the Special Purpose field of the online form and 100% of your donation will go to their Ukraine relief work. The following religious communities and faith-based organizations are united in prayer for peace in Ukraine and in urging donations to humanitarian relief efforts. American Jewish Committee (AJC), Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Baha'i Community of Cincinnati, Beulah Missionary Baptist Church, Buddhist Community of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Friends Meeting, CME Church-Second Episcopal District, Diocese of Southern Ohio, Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, First Unitarian Church of Cincinnati, Hindu Society of Greater Cincinnati, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Intercommunity Justice & Peace Center (IJPC), Interfaith Center at Miami University, Interfaith Cincy, Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati, Jewish Community Relations Council-Jewish Federation of Cincinnati, K.K. Bene Israel/Rockdale Temple, Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church, Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center, New Thought Unity Center, Philippus United Church of Christ, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Sikh Community of Greater Cincinnati, The Grail, Women's Interfaith Network of Cincinnati (WINC), Zoroastrian Association of Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana/FEZANA

Local University Student Activists Talk About Climate Change

On February 27, 2022 at 4:00pm ET, student activists from six local universities (Cincinnati State, Miami University, Mount Saint Joseph, Northern Kentucky University, University of Cincinnati and Xavier University) will discuss current campus efforts to address climate change. Join us online via Zoom to hear these bright university students discuss their current ideas and initiatives for how we can all collectively work towards building a better future for both the environment and humankind. This program is brought to you by Faith Communities Go Green in collaboration with Green Umbrella and EquaSion. To register, please visit


Artist Susan Ribnick brought together 36 mosaic artists from around the world to create works that react and respond to the Tree of Life Congregation shooting in Pittsburgh, PA on October 27, 2018. Eleven people were killed and six were wounded in the white supremacist terrorist mass shooting, the deadliest attack on the Jewish community in the history of the United States. The 36 mosaics in the exhibition evoke themes ranging from antisemitism and injustice to hope, resilience, and peace.

Begin Again: An Evening with Dr. Eddie Glaude, Jr.

One of the nation’s most prominent scholars, Dr. Eddie Glaude, Jr. is an author, political commentator, public intellectual and passionate educator who examines the complex dynamics of the American experience. Combining a scholar’s knowledge of history, a political commentator’s take on the latest events, and an activist’s passion for social justice, Dr. Glaude challenges all of us to examine our collective American conscience, “not to posit the greatness of America, but to establish the ground upon which to imagine the country anew.” This virtual event is free to attend.  Click this link to access the live stream of Dr. Glaude's lecture on November 8th.

Closing the Wealth Gap: Race, Wealth, and Homeownership

This virtual conference will explore ways to uplift our Black and Brown communities through homeownership which builds individual wealth and will ultimately help Cincinnati create a more vibrant, diverse, resilient and equitable community. The most significant indicator of systemic racism in the United States is the wealth gap between Blacks and Whites. The disparity in homeownership accounts for a significant part of that wealth gap. The gap in Cincinnati could not be more clear. Black home ownership in Cincinnati is around 31% while white home ownerships is around 73% - a 42% gap. As we seek to address the crisis in affordable housing there is the need to look at this deeper, systemic issue of the wealth gap. This means addressing the question not only in terms of subsidized rental markets but also in terms of homeownership and fair housing. This event will raise consciousness about this inequity and further discuss how we might address it in the Cincinnati region. We invite you to join us to address the many issues surrounding Black homeownership locally and nationally. We will explore how an increase in Black home ownership can become a key component in helping to create Black wealth. We will explore how this is being done in other parts of the Country and what we should do locally to promote greater homeownership among To participate, register online here, or copy this address into your browser: