Cincy Multifaith Calendar

Multifaith educational tool

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

Volunteering Opportunities

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Fall Interfaith Retreat: Pilgrimage & Power

You are invited to join us for a day of fun and learning together. We will get to know one another through story and learn how those stories have power.
Fall Interfaith Retreat: Pilgrimage & Power
All day on Saturday, October 2, 2021
@ Camp Joy
10117 Old 3 C Hwy
Clarksville, OH 45113
Register at
For more info simply text or call Adam Hayden at 812-430-4464

RefugeeConnect Welcomes Afghan Refugees to Cincinnati

RefugeeConnect’s mission is to connect refugees (people forced to flee their country to escape persecution or war) with resources to rebuild their lives as United States citizens. The Junior League of Cincinnati launched RefugeeConnect in 2013 after a routine community needs assessment determined that connecting refugees to existing resources was a pressing need for women and children in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. In 2018, RefugeeConnect became an independent nonprofit and today offers support to refugees across the region to navigate often unfamiliar systems, new cultural norms, and language barriers. RefugeeConnect promotes coordinated services so that this specific population of new Americans, who may be unaware of the patchwork of crucial resources already in place, reach their full potential as individuals, families, and civic and community leaders. Programs such as our Community Navigator program ensure that refugee families have access to information and resources in their native language. Our Community Navigators are cultural leaders, many of whom came here as refugees themselves. A Community Navigator will work to develop a strong relationship with identified families in need and help them navigate often complex and confusing systems while supporting a family's long-term goals. Our work is not done in a silo, as we recognize that for refugees to be successful in their new communities, we must all work together to create a more welcoming, safe, and supportive environment for our newest neighbors. This is why we partner with over 150 organizations and service providers across the region to ensure that refugees can access the myriad of social, financial, and health supports that will enable them to thrive. We partner with other nonprofits, faith communities, and healthcare providers through a collaborative effort to make the Greater Cincinnati area truly a welcoming city. As the current administration announced that it will raise the Presidential ceiling of new refugee admittances to the United States and as the crisis unfolds in Afghanistan and we evacuate Afghan allies and process SIV applicants (special immigrant visas), we are preparing to welcome more refugees into our city. Our hope is that as there becomes a greater awareness of refugees across the globe and the need to resettle them, more people in our community will come forward as supporters and help us to welcome our newest neighbors. RefugeeConnect specifically needs support through private donorship and volunteerism. You can donate directly to support our Community Navigator program, our Scholarship fund, or to assist our general operations by visiting our website at . We are always looking for people who want to be more involved through volunteerism, such as being a peer or family mentor to a college aged student or family, sitting on a planning committee for our fundraising events, or helping us with administrative tasks. As the local resettlement agency, Catholic Charities of SW Ohio, prepares to welcome new refugees, they also need assistance with finding affordable housing to place refugee families, household goods, and volunteer support. Please, visit their website at to learn more.

4th Annual Festival of Faiths  Acknowledges "We are in it Together"

Registration is Open as Hundreds Sign-up for Online Events Starting Sunday, August 22nd at CINCINNATI, OH – July 26, 2021 – The 4th Annual Cincinnati Festival of Faiths, the signature program of the interfaith group EquaSion, is drawing hundreds of online participants for a 7-day program, August 22 through 28. This year’s theme, “Compassion Through Action: We are in it Together," will deliver a program filled with interfaith prayer, music, spiritual meditations, lunchtime webinars about faith, workshops for teachers and spiritual leaders, a panel discussion for youth, and more. Click Here to view the entire 2021 schedule of programs. In its fourth year and in response to the lingering threat of the pandemic, the Festival will again be presented virtually.  More than 50 community leaders joined this year’s Festival of Faiths Co-Chairs Penny Pensak, Afreen Asif, Bishop Marvin Thomas Sr., and Jaipal Singh to create 15 events with broad appeal for communities of faith, families, and all individuals seeking inspiration from the collegial and respectful interfaith relations they will witness throughout the weeklong festival. For the first time, the Festival is honoring a local individual as Honorary Chair of the Festival.  To inaugurate this recognition, the EquaSion board selected James P. Buchanan, Ph.D., the recently retired Executive Director of the Brueggeman Center for Dialogue at Xavier University.   Dr. Buchanan, a widely recognized scholar and civic leader, has devoted twenty years to promoting interfaith education, dialogue and collaboration both locally and nationally.  He is currently the director of Interfaith Cincy and A Blessing to One Another and serves on the boards of numerous charitable organizations. The Festival activities will again embrace the 30 faith communities and 13 world religions that have participated in previous festivals. A few highlights include: For a complete listing of events, days & times, and Zoom sign-up links for each, please visit  

About EquaSion

EquaSion is a nonpartisan civic association whose mission is to promote Compassion through Action: acting on our compassion, we engage people of all faiths to discover their shared humanity and spirituality, and to work together for an equitable and just community for all. Its signature program is the Cincinnati Festival of Faiths. For more information on EquaSion’s interfaith community and the Cincinnati Festival of Faiths, visit

Position Opening at Project Manager

Position is for 10-25 hours per week or as needed to help manage the website Salary: $15 per hour This person would work with Judie Kuhlman and James Buchanan who manage the site. Duties include: 1) Keeping website updated 2) Working with a wide diversity of faith communities to make sure they are using the website to let the greater community know of their events, etc. 3) Working on the Cincy Multifaith Calendar to keep it updated and to make changes as necessary. Should have some history of work with diverse faith communities and a willingness to develop those relationships. Must be familiar with WordPress Web program or other web programs and willing to learn how to use WordPress. Also MailChimp for the monthly Newsletter. Send resume to Dr. James Buchanan at

Faith Communities Go Green Invites You Join the Plastic-Free EcoChallenge

Green Umbrella’s Faith Communities Go Green Team invites you to take the Plastic Free EcoChallenge throughout the month of July!


September 2021



Franciscan Justice Circles: Interest Meeting

Sep 29, 2021 - Sep 29, 2021



Fall Interfaith Retreat: Pilgrimage & Power

Oct 02, 2021 - Oct 02, 2021



Lobbying 101: Preparation for Lobby Day

Oct 05, 2021 - Oct 05, 2021



Luba Lukova: Designing Justice

Oct 08, 2021 - Mar 22, 2022