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Third Century Vision Projects

May of 2017 marked Christ Church Cathedral’s 200th anniversary as a vibrant church community serving the city of Cincinnati and beyond. To mark the occasion, our congregation developed the Third Century Vision (3CV) to claim God’s mission as our own and to serve as a catalyst and resource for transformative and lasting change. Through various initiatives, we look to continually to serve as a resource of hope and transformation in the Anglican Communion, The Episcopal Church, the Diocese of Southern Ohio, and the greater Cincinnati community.

 

Our Third Century Vision involves the following projects: 1) the renovation of Centennial Chapel completed with a new organ and construction of the new cathedral garden to be known as Sycamore Commons; 2) the installation of a cathedral nave organ, and 3) the development of Cincinnati Scholar House. Within this vision, we remain committed 1) to worshiping with spirit and meaning with the support of diverse and uplifting music; 2) to caring for our neighbors in need whether they be down the block, across the region, or around the world; and 3) to providing a warm community of faith open to all. Read more by clicking on the project names to the left.

 

Background

Read an overview of the Third Century Vision.
Read Dean Gail Greenwell’s letter to the congregation about the Third Century Vision.