Welcome to Clifton United Methodist Church!
We are so glad you found us, and we hope to meet you soon.
Below are some “Need to Knows” that should answer some immediate questions you might have. We invite you to browse around the rest of the website to learn more about the vibrant community that is Clifton United Methodist Church!
Who are the pastors?
Rev. David Meredith has served as pastor since 2012; he co-pastors with Rev. Robert English (Alternate Expressions of Church) and Rev. Becky Schofield Motter (Associate Pastor for Service and Justice)
How is Clifton United Methodist Church different than other churches?
Clifton UMC has been located in the heart of Cincinnati for nearly 125 years. We are an all-inclusive, progressive faith community and Reconciling Congregation, where ALL are welcome at God’s table. There’s a place for you here, and we look forward to seeing you soon.
What can I expect on Sundays?
Sunday mornings at 9:15 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. we celebrate in inspirational worship that stirs our hearts, challenges our minds, and lifts our spirits. Worship is genuine, interactive, intergenerational, and multicultural. Planned and led by clergy and laity of all ages, worship reflects Christian tradition, while being innovative, relevant, and unique. Worship includes a liturgical tapestry of prayer, sacrament, music, Scripture reading, and theologically challenging sermons.
Between worship services is an informal fellowship time with refreshments where you can meet and get to know the people of Clifton UMC.
How do I get involved?
Clifton UMC offers a number of opportunities to get involved and make a difference, from simply attending worship to teaching Sunday School or ushering on Sunday mornings, participating in music and the arts, or taking part in small groups and mission opportunities.
Please browse our website or contact the church office (email or 513-961-2998) for more information.