Please join an interfaith gathering of many parishes and faith congregations from around the city to pray for peace in Ukraine and learn more about the events unfolding there. 
      Robert Herring, President of the Cincinnati USA Sister City Association (CINUSCA), will be the guest speaker at this event. Bob has been working with the Cincinnati-Kharkiv Sister City Partnership (CKSCP) since the mid-1990s and has traveled to Ukraine five times. As the longtime principal of Nativity School in Pleasant Ridge, he also coordinated exchange groups with many countries, including Ukraine, for its international program. He is currently Director of the International Baccalaureate Program and Global Programs at Purcell Marian High School. His presentation will feature information about Ukraine as a country, its history, its people, its culture and its current crisis. A question and answer period will be included.
      The event is free and open to the public. It will take place in the church, with parking adjacent to the church at Madison Rd. and Woodburn Ave. and behind the church in the Purcell Marian High School parking lot. Refreshments will be provided. Donations will be accepted to support the Ukrainian people and will be personally channeled through the Cincinnati-Kharkiv Sister City Partnership (CKSCP) where members are aiding Ukrainian refugees. There will be lists of other organizations also accepting donations for Ukraine.
        Music during the gathering time and the National Anthem of Ukraine will be provided by a string ensemble featuring our own Sophie Krumm and several friends from Walnut Hills High School.
       We hope you are able to join us. All are welcome!
Join us for a conversation with former President of Poland Lech Walesa. Ticket sales will go towards assisting Ukrainian refugees.

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Join us in conversation with President Lech Wałęsa, former president of Poland, Nobel Peace Prize-winning leader, and founder of the Lech Wałęsa Institute.

We’ll explore how President Wałęsa pulled Poland into the democratic fold, what Russia’s invasion of Ukraine means for the region, and how we can help Ukraine’s humanitarian crisis.

All ticket proceeds from this event will go to the Lech Wałęsa Institute in aid of Ukrainian refugees.

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 cincinnaticathedral.com/join-online.

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