With a long history of loving and serving the marginalized, the work of making Cincinnati a more equitable place requires partnership and collaboration. Community grant dollars are routinely awarded to organizations that house, feed, and clothe the poor, and to groups that foster mentoring and educational programs to break the cycle of poverty.
With our 5000 Club, a food ministry started in 2006 as an effort to provide a weekly evening meal to those who live in our neighborhood, including those without a home to call their own, Christ Church Cathedral now serves more than 100 meals a week, in thanks to our faithful volunteers and the generosity of the Cathedral members.
Shop with purpose at Soul Goods, where 100% of profits go to the good work of bringing equity to our world. Soul Goods offers a wide range of books, apparel, health & beauty items, home decor, baby items, and faith-based gifts. Located at 318 E 4th St., just a few yards from Christ Church Cathedral, shop in-store and online.
The Jubilee program, created by long-time member, Elizabeth Brown, and now run by Larry Hayes, partners with local agencies that serve families and individuals at risk of experiencing homelessness due to unpaid utility, housing, or medical bills. The agencies apply to the program on behalf of the individuals.
Discover Christ Church Cathedral’s Plumb Line ministry, founded in 1988, that helps people facing eviction from their homes or who are in need of a gift from our food pantry. With 15 social service agencies now referring people to the Plumb Line, we serve more than 300 people a year and commit over $100,000 annually to the work of this ministry.
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