We practice an Open Table and recognize all Baptisms
Wednesdays: Summer and Fall
Wednesdays: Winter and Spring
Summer: All Ages
Returning Summer 2023
Funds are distributed by the Mission Committee to help needy individuals or families in our community and our congregation. This is done privately, so that the needs of those persons receiving assistance are kept in confidence.
It is our mission to partner with our community to provide necessary resources and build self-sustainability. By doing so, we strive to reduce the risk of hunger, crisis, and harm/victimization many of our most vulnerable community members face.
To connect with like-minded people to make a difference in the lives of underprivileged African children by providing them with quality education that will equip them with life skills to improve self and contribute to society.
Running a holiday sale or weekly special? Definitely promote it here to get customers excited about getting a sweet deal.
Bethany House Services collaborates with others to provide a full range of
housing, education, and assistance programs to homeless and disadvantaged women and children.
Jonathan has arrived at Immanuel UCC with a passion for justice and community advocacy with a deep love for congregational care. He received a Certificate of Pastoral Leadership from Lexington Theological Seminary and an M.A. in Ethics and Justice, from the United Seminary of the Twin Cities. Jonathan has been involved in the United Church of Christ ministry for over a decade as a director of music and youth group leader before moving on to pastoral and justice ministries. Jonathan has also worked in the corporate world as a Corporate Social Responsibility consultant in the hospitality and development industry.
As an Open and Affirming Pastor, diversity, equity, and inclusion in the church are an important aspect of Jonathan’s ministry. Creating safe and affirming spaces for every beloved child of God is paramount in Immanuel’s church culture, and Jonathan will be a strong advocate in continuing and building upon this mission. No matter who you are, regardless of race, language, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, addiction, mental health illness, or country of origin, you are welcome and affirmed at Immanuel United Church of Christ, St. Bernard, Ohio.
John is a native of Western KY. John brings over 25 years of working in church music and served many denominations including the UCC, Episcopal, Presbyterian, and Moravian congregations. John was introduced to the UCC after college serving St. Peter’s UCC in Pleasant Ridge and the former St. Paul’s UCC in Fort Thomas, KY. John has also been involved as a local chapter board member of the American Guild of Organists and was formally the Vice President of the Moravian Music Foundation. John is excited to be a part of the Immanuel family.
Bernie-Max was born in Cincinnati, where he grew up in both Northside and New Burlington. As a youth he attended First United Church of Christ on Hoffner St. in Northside. Upon graduation he entered the world of banking living in Cincinnati, New York City & San Francisco. Also, while living in San Francisco he became an award winning Taxicab driver & Tour guide to the entire Bay Area including Wine Country. In May 2012 while driving cross country, and stopping in Cincinnati, he reconnected with First UCC, now located in College Hill. He decided to remain in Cincinnati where he is active in many church activities including Co-Chef of Fishes & Loaves feeding program and President of the church board. After a short while back he became Administrative Assistant with Immanuel UCC and is looking forward to many years of service here.
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