A Place to Celebrate Who You Are…
This website is dedicated to the memory of Genevieve Critel, 1981 – 2012, the woman who designed and built it.
We are blessed with a rich diversity in our membership. You’ll find people of all ages, social, economic and racial backgrounds, as well as all sexual orientations.
Finally, there is a broad range of thought and belief, where we claim our differences and celebrate, without trying to change, each other.
We call ourselves Progressive Christians which means we value the teachings of Jesus as we look to the Bible for enlightenment, without taking it literally. Texts and figures from other faiths are also used as we explore ALL forms of spirituality and other religious traditions in our continuing search for truth.
We are not perfect but we practice full democracy in all of our congregation decisions. We seek to understand each other and our differences while practicing kindness and grace. We have no committees but only working teams which collaborate in our mutual work. And we are dedicated to social togetherness enjoying many community meals, movies, sporting events and “field trips”.
We claim as our purpose for “being”: to offer a progressive spiritual message, by word and by deed, that seeks to change lives for the better, within our congregation and in our world.
Please join us each Sunday from 10:30 to 11:30 am for worship. We are located at 1431 Main Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202. Click here for a map. Coffee, refreshments and a warm gathering of friends immediately follows the service.
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Thank you for visiting our website! The principal outreach activity of The Gathering is the support of homeless youth in the area. If you would like to assist but are unable to attend our services, you can donate to: The Gathering, 1431 Main St, Cincinnati, OH 45202.
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