We are a progressive faith community and Reconciling Congregation where all are welcome at God’s table, and people of all gender identities and sexual orientations are fully included participants in the life of the community.
The United Methodist Church is seeking to meet needs in the border crisis.
From making and distributing hygiene kits to providing legal counsel, United Methodists are working to be present in the crisis of unaccompanied minors and refugees from Central America crossing the United States border. Read more from the United Methodist Committee on Relief, or get involved by assembling a health kit to help a refugee in need.
At Clifton United Methodist, we are a welcoming and all inclusive congregation. We celebrate the worth, dignity and gifts of every person as a child of God.
Founded as a Methodist Episcopal Church in 1892, Clifton United Methodist has been a witness for social justice in the Clifton community and Cincinnati ever since.
The congregation is a very diverse group, reflecting the breadth of our welcoming statement. Truly all are welcome in this community of faith. We love all people at Clifton Church and look forward to greeting you this Sunday!