AboutLearn about our congregation
Cincinnati Mennonite Fellowship is a congregation rooted in the Anabaptist principles of peacemaking, community, and following the way of Jesus in life. We hold as central to our faith the commandment that Jesus taught as a summary of all the great teachings — that we love God with all our strength, mind and spirit; and that we love our neighbors as ourselves. We live all over the Cincinnati metropolitan area – including Kentucky and Indiana.
We love to sing and serve and show up for social justice and study the Bible and create art. We’re full of paradoxes and we’d love to have you join us!
Our congregation is part of Mennonite Church USA. This Christian tradition finds its roots in the 16th century movement known as the Radical Reformation (also called Anabaptism). Our history plays out in our contemporary lives in various ways; work and worship flowing out of one another, nonviolence, communal embodiment of the gospel, concern for God’s merciful justice for our neighborhoods and across the globe. We live these out together by hosting a regular comunity meal and supporting fair trade Ten Thousand Villages stores in the city.
We come from various faith traditions – you don’t have to be born Mennonite or have the right last name to join us. Explore these pages to learn more about us, and then come visit us as you are able. We welcome all who would like to worship with us — whether for a one-time visit, or to explore joining the congregation, or anything in between. Whether we ever meet you or not, we invite you to join with us in living out the vision of God’s Beloved Community in whatever setting you may find yourself.
We were recently featured in an article on TV station WCPO’s website. Read more about it by clicking on the link below!