Great Faiths: Explored and Explained
Visit Cincinnati’s religious landmarks and learn about their beliefs. Explore the values we have in common and what makes each religion unique. Don’t miss the Great Faiths overview on March 28 with Sarah Weiss for an introduction to the series! Participants are invited to join as many trips as they like.
Cost: $10 per trip
March 28, 6pm | Great Faiths overview & Exploring Buddhism
with Sarah Weiss, Director of Jewish Community Relations Council and Dr. Dana Gregory Griffith, PhD, University of Cincinnati Department of Judaic Studies.
April 4, 6pm | Church of the Living God, Avondale
with Pastor Ennis Tate at Church of the Living God
430 Forest Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 45229 – Map and directions
April 25, 6pm | Crossroads Church
Fastest-growing megachurch in the U.S.
3500 Madison Rd, Cincinnati, Ohio 45209 – Map and directions
May 9, 6pm | Guru Nanak Society of Greater Cincinnati
4394 Tylersville Rd, Hamilton, Ohio 45011 – Map and directions
May 16, 6pm | Historic Plum Street Temple
726 Plum St, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 – Map and directions
May 23, 6pm | Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati
8092 Plantation Dr, West Chester, Ohio 45069 – Map and directions
Organizing Partner: Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC)
Note: All visitors to the Islamic Center are requested to observe the Islamic requirement for dress and demeanor when entering the prayer area. Specifically, women are asked to bring scarves for head covering and wear either skirts that are at least mid-calf length, or loose fitting pants and long-sleeved blouses. Likewise, men are asked to dress modestly which means that they should wear long pants, which are loose fitting and sleeved shirts. Also, when entering the prayer area it will be necessary to remove your shoes, as the prayer areas are fully carpeted.