A Special Invitation to Festival Participants and Friends


Leading up to the Festival of Faiths, we invite you to attend “Sacred Connections” an opportunity to worship together, learn more about each other and enjoy fellowship in unique sacred spaces. 


Free but reservations are required.

March 2020

sunday, march 15 @12pm noon 


Humanistic Judaism
Congregation Beth Adam
10001 Loveland-Madeira Road

Loveland, OH 45140



Congregation Beth Adam was established in 1980 in response to the needs of a contemporary and diverse Jewish community. Dedicated to the celebration of Jewish holidays and life cycle events, Beth Adam approaches Judaism from a humanistic perspective. As a congregation we affirm a moral commitment to human dignity and ethical behavior. We encourage each member to explore his or her Jewish heritage with an open mind and a willingness to take personal responsibility in determining his or her life course. Strengthened by our 40 year history, Congregation Beth Adam values on-going growth and change. Members, long-standing and new, bring to the congregation ideas, involvement, and energy that guide Beth Adam’s present and future. At Beth Adam we do more than just remember the past – we are building the future. Please join us for an information session followed by fellowship and refreshments.

april 2020

saturday, april 25 @4pm


Baha’i Center
2723 Montana Avenue

Cincinnati OH 45211



Zoroastrianism is the world’s oldest revealed monotheistic
religion, based on the teachings of prophet Zarathustra. Beliefs include: one God; freedom of choice; harmony with and care for nature; afterlife; Frashokereti; and brotherhood of mankind. We’ll give you an overview of our religion and answer your questions, followed by fellowship and refreshments.

may 2020

wednesday, may 13 @7pm


Episcopal (Anglican)
The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer and Bespoken Live
2944 Erie Avenue

Cincinnati OH 45208

The Episcopal Church is often referred to as The Middle Way expression of Christianity in America, as we reflect “an expression of truth between the weaknesses of extreme positions.” That said, between politics, piety, and passion, The Episcopal Church is anything but lukewarm! Come find out how this dynamic group of Christians lives into our shared belovedness while celebrating our many differences. Bespoken Live, a professional story-sharing team committed to human connection, will be present with us as we share stories of The Via Media: finding peace with polar opposites.


Tea, coffee, and desserts will be provided in our home
of worship.

june 2020

saturday, june 6 @6:30pm 


Baha’i Faith
Baha’i Center
2723 Montana Avenue

Cincinnati OH 45211


The Baha’i Faith professes that all religions come from the
same Source and are successive chapters of the one common Faith from God. Baha’is have no clergy. We are each responsible for our own spiritual development but also must strive to help advance our communities. Today, Baha’is observe a “Unity Feast” for our month of Nur (Light) with Devotions, Consultation on business of community concern, and Fellowship and refreshments.

Thank you to our 2019 Sacred Connections participants: 


Rockdale Temple (Jewish)

Cincinnati Friends Meeting (Quaker)

Lutheran Church of the Resurrection 

Zoroastrian community 

Sikh Gurdwara Sahib 

First Unitarian Church (Unitarian Universalist)

Baha'i community

Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati 

Hindu Temple of Greater Cincinnati

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church

Legacy Pointe Church (Christian Non-Denominatlonal) 

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