Partners and affiliations

Ministry is carried out in many ways. These ministries are related to the diocese in some way, from direct oversight and funding to a relationship steeped in history and supported by prayer. We rejoice and give thanks for these ministries.

  • Anna Louise Inn


    513.421.5211

    Shelter, housing and supportive services for women.

    300 Lytle Street, Cincinnati 45202

    Director: Robin Stanley

  • Bethany House Services

    513.921.1131

    Multi-service, multi-site agency provides housing, education, and assistance
programs to homeless and low-income women and children.

    1841 Fairmount Ave, Cincinnati 45214 
513.771.2292(F)

    Executive Director: Sr. Mary Stanton, RSM

  • Bethany School


    513.771.7462

    Pre-school through the eighth grade
. A ministry of the Community of the Transfiguration.

    495 Albion Ave, Cincinnati 45246

    Headmaster & Principal: Cheryl Pez

  • Bexley Hall Seminary

    614.235.4136

    A theological seminary of The Episcopal Church, in partnership with Trinity Lutheran Seminary.

    583 Sheridan Avenue, Columbus 43209

    Dean of Bexley Hall: The Very Rev. Tom Ferguson
    http://bexley.edu.anglican.org/

  • Book of Remembrance

    513.46.4929

    A memorial scholarship fund operated by the Episcopal Church Women of the diocese.

    Coordinator: Amy Baird 2904 Flemming Road, Middletown 45042  amyknits2much@nullhotmail.com.

  • Caracole, Inc.


    513.761.1480

    Residential and housing assistance for individuals and families living with AIDS.

    1821 Summit Road, Suite 201, Cincinnati 45237

    Director: Linda Seiter

  • The Caring Place

    513.841.1499

    An ecumenical and social service agency providing food, counseling. Helping families achieve self-sufficiency through support, education, training, and employment. Parents as Teachers, an early-learning program for parents with children birth to age three.

    6312 Kennedy Ave, Cincinnati 45213

    Director: Carol Chamberlin

  • Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

    513.636.3333

    An affiliation of seven child-care organizations, with a full range of inpatient or ambulatory health services to children with varying degrees and kinds of disorders.

    3333 Burnet Ave, Cincinnati 45229-3039

    Chairman ex-officio: The Rt. Rev. Thomas E. Breidenthal
    Director of Pastoral Care: The Rev. William E. Scrivener

    http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/default.htm

  • Community of the Transfiguration

    513.771.5291

    An Episcopal religious order for women, providing a ministry with children and the aged, retreats, educational and recreational work.

    495 Albion Ave, Glendale 45246

    Sister Teresa Martin, C.T., Superior

    http://ctsisters.org

  • The Co-Operative Society

    513.793.0078

    An ecumenical group founded by Episcopal women in 1884 providing services to children and families at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. The group maintains and services the Chapel, oversees the operation of the Coffee Shop, and provides clothing and gowns for patients. Membership open to all.

    President: Carol Fisher

  • Council of Christian Communions

    513.559.3151

    An ecumenical organization with ministries in education and justice.

    42 Calhoun Street, Cincinnati, Ohio  45219

    Director: Joellen Grady

     

  • Canterbury Court Retirement Community (Episcopal Retirement Homes)


    937.859.1106

    An independent-living retirement residence with 150 HUD-subsidized rental apartments.

    450 N. Elm Street, West Carrollton, Ohio  45449

  • Deupree House (Episcopal Retirement Homes)

    513.561.6363

    An independent living facility, part of Episcopal Retirement Homes, Inc.

    3939 Erie Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio  45208

    513.272.5555 ext. 6604

  • Episcopal Healing Ministry

    Christ Church Cathedral, 318 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
513.967.6581

    http://www.episcopalhealing.org

    Devoted to teaching the healing ministry to clergy and laity.
Ecumenical healing service, 2nd Wednesday each month at 6:30 p.m. at Grace Church in College Hill.

  • Episcopal Relief & Development

    (Formerly The Presiding Bishop’s Fund for World Relief)

    A collective response to Christ’s command and a means of fulfilling our baptismal covenant: to serve Christ in all persons; to love our neighbors as ourselves; to strive for justice and peace among all people; and to respect the dignity of every human being.

    Diocesan Fund Coordinator: Toks Ogungbadero ogungbt@nulluplifthealthcare.com

    http://episcopalrelief.org

  • Episcopal Retirement Homes, Inc.


    513.271.9610

    A non-profit organization that provides services and living options to meet the needs of older adults in the diocese.

    3870 Virginia Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227-3427

    CEO: R. Douglas Spitler
    Chair: William Knodel
    Vice-President, Marketing: Janet Ferguson
    Vice-President, Human Resources: Kathy Ison
    Vice-President, Hospitality Services: Laura Lamb
    Vice-President, Development: The Rev. Canon James A. Hanisian
    Chief Financial Officer: Paul Scheper
    Bishop’s Representative on Trustees: The Rt Rev. Kenneth L. Price Jr.

    http://www.episcopalretirement.com

  • Forward Movement Publications

    513.721.6659 or 800.543.1813

    An agency of the National Episcopal Church. Publishes “Forward Day by Day” and other Christian literature for parish and personal use.

    412 Sycamore Street, 3rd floor, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202

    Executive Director: The Rev. Scott Gunn
    Managing Editor: Richelle Thompson
    Business Manager: Jane Paraskevopoulos

    http://www.forwardmovement.org/

  • Friends of the Groom

    513.831.2859

    A Christian theater and education group. 
e-mail: fog@nullfuse.net

    909 Center Street, Milford, Ohio  45150

    Director: Tom Long
    Administrator: Jocelyn Sluka

    http://www.friendsofthegroom.org/

     

  • Gabriel’s Place

    513.221.2306.

    A safe, beautiful and spiritually nourishing gathering place in the Avondale neighborhood. Garden, market, teaching kitchen and facilities work together to teach and encourage healthy eating.

    3618 Reading Road, Cincinnati, OH  45229.

    Board President: The Rt. Rev. Thomas E. Breidenthal.
    Executive Director: Myrita Craig.

    www.gabriels-place.org.

  • Hamilton County Police/Clergy Team

    Ecumenical chaplains for victim assistance and emergency response. Sponsored by the Hamilton County Police Association and The Council of Christian Communions

    Liaison: The Rev. George A. Hill III, D.Min

  • Her Place


    614.221.9328

    Weekly women’s personal and special development groups build self-esteem and allow women living in poverty to explore special issues in a safe environment.

    1003 W. Town Street, Columbus, Ohio 43222

  • His Place

    614.221.9328

    An urban outreach ministry; meals, worship, emergency assistance, referral provided to residents of west and southwest Columbus.

    1003 W. Town Street, Columbus, Ohio  43222

  • Hunger Network in Ohio

    614.424.6203

    The Hunger Network in Ohio is an ecumenical hunger advocacy group seeking to end hunger in Ohio.  Our programs include 2-Cents-a-Meal (prayers and offerings to end hunger), Tuesdays at the Statehouse (visits with elected officials), HungerNetOhio (e-mail legislative alerts), along with ongoing cooperation with broad statewide coalitions of groups working for the poor and most vulnerable in our state.

    82 E. 16th Ave, Columbus, Ohio  43201

    e-mail: HungerNetOhio@nullaol.com

  • Hyde Park Health Center

    513.272.0600

    A nursing care, Alzheimer’s care and assisted living facility

    4001 Rosslyn Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio  45209

    Health Services Adminstrator: Aileen Jones
    Director of Spiritual Services: The Rev. Cynthia Hampton 
champton@nullhydeparkhealthcenter.com
  (ext. 5102)

  • Integrity

    614-443-1073

    A nonprofit organization of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) Episcopalians and straight friends.

    c/o St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church
    30 West Woodruff Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210

    integrity.co@nullearthlink.net

  • The Interfaith Center for Peace

    614.294.9019

    Responding in faith to the wisdom of spiritual leaders throughout human history, the Interfaith Center for Peace teaches people, by deed and example, how to be peacemakers in their own places. Specifically, the Peace Center addresses issues of peacemaking, peace education, and conflict resolution, conflict management, and mediation training. It also provides training and consultation for schools, families, churches, organizations, and communities.

    Episcopal Board Members include: The Rev. David McCoy, the Rev. Bruce Smith, the Rev. Dcn. Irene Radcliff, Sylvia Moore
1970 Waldeck Ave, Columbus, Ohio  43201

    Director: The Rev. Dr. Chris Cottrel

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e-mail: interfaithpeacecenter@nullyahoo.comhttp://peace-center.org/
Director’s Blog: http://inclinedtopeace.blogspot.com/

  • Inter Parish Ministry, Inc.

    513.561.3932

    An ecumenical social service agency serving low-income families of eastern Hamilton and Clermont counties through resource and volunteers of participating churches. Services include community development, emergency assistance, thrift stores, adolescent empowerment programs, and summer enrichment activities for children.

    3509 Debolt Road, Cincinnati, Ohio  45244-3419

    Executive Director: Annette Kroch Malny

  • Latino Ministry Center

    An education center for children and adults for whom English is not their native language. Homework help, conversational Spanish and English, first responders training, and help with studying for citizenship are offered.

    In Cincinnati
    11381 Hanover Rd., Cincinnati, OH  45240-2430
    513.825.0211.
    Lead volunteers: Carlos and Glenda deJesus

    In Columbus
    Church of St. Edward
    214 Fairway Blvd, Whitehall 43213-2012
    Lead volunteer: The Rev. Diana Shirley

  • The Learning Center

    937.328.2196

    School-based childcare facility for teen-age mothers.

    Springfield-South High School
    700 S. Limestone, Springfield, Ohio  45505

  • Marjorie P. Lee Retirement Community (ERH)

    513.871.2090

    A full-service retirement community. 
Independent Living, Assisted Living, Nursing Care

    3550 Shaw Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio  45208

    Health Services Administrator: Virginia Uehlin
    Director of Spiritual Services: The Rev. Angelo Puopolo

  • Miami Valley Episcopal Russian Network (MVERN)

    Organized in the summer of 1996 in order to form a partnership with St. Nikolas Russian Orthodox Church in Sablino, Russia. From this humble beginning, MVERN has grown an active organization that has sent approximately $150,000 in medicines, equipment, clothing and monetary support to our partnership parish’s ministries in the Sablino area.

    http://www.mvern.org

     

  • Metropolitan Area Religions Coalition of Cincinnati (MARCC)

    513.721.4843

    A coalition through which the diocese and 15 other judicatories work together on agreed-upon local social policy opportunities.

    1035 Enquirer Bldg. 
617 Vine Street, Cincinnati 45202

    Director: The Rev. Margaret Fox

  • Midwest Ministry Development Service

    614.442.8822

    Counseling and support.

    11520 Old Henderson Road, 102B, Columbus, Ohio  43220-3616

    Executive Director: Ross Peterson

  • National Cathedral Association, Ohio chapter

    513.579.7728

    A support group for the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.

    Co-chairs: Cynthia Walter/Marsha Mueller

  • National Conference for Community & Justice

    513.381.4660

    106 E. Eighth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio  45202

    Executive director: Robert “Chip” Harrod

     

  • Ohio Council of Churches

    614.885.9590 ext 13

    Fax: 614-885-6097

    6161 Busch Blvd., Suite 100, Columbus, OH 43229-2553

    Executive director: The Rev. Rebecca J. Tollefson

    www.ohcouncilchs.org

  • Open Door Ministry (A Jubilee Ministry)

    513.961.2259

    Representative payee for managing disability incomes for the mentally ill; emergency assistance to families in Walnut Hills; food pantry, drop-in area, neighborhood programs.

    Church of the Advent, 2366 Kemper Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio  45206

    Director: Evie Foulkes

  • Prospect House, Inc.

    513.921.1613

    A long-term residential alcoholism and substance abuse treatment facility for men.

    682 Hawthorne Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio  45205
    Mailing address: P.O. Box 5117

    Executive Director: David F. Logan
    Associate Director: Roger A. Zellers
    Board President: Richard Sorrell

  • St. Frances Community Services

    800.551.2963

    Their mission is “to be an instrument of healing for children, youth, and families in spirit, mind, and body, so they live responsibly and productively, with purpose and hope.”

    Regional Vice President for Ohio, Eastern Kansas and Indiana:
 The Rev. Ora Calhoun
    e-mail: OraC@nullst-francis.org

    709 South Ninth Street Atchison, Kansas  66002

  • St. Monica's Recreation Center

    513.771.7806

    A ministry for the area young and young adults by the Community of the Transfiguration

    10022 Chester Road, Lincoln Heights, Ohio  45215

    Administrator: Sr. Mary Luke, C.T.

  • Union of Black Episcopalians

    513.860.5229

    An organization of black Episcopalians

    Coordinator: John E. Harris Jr.

    http://www.ube.org

  • United Thank Offering

    614.252.1916

    A ministry of thanksgiving.

    Diocesan Coordinator: Milicent Eason
    2135 Schenley Drive, Columbus 43219
    e-mail: easonmilicent@nullsbcglobal.net

    http://www.episcopalchurch.org/page/united-thank-offering

  • Wings Literacy Center

    St. Paul’s Church
    PO Box 736
    Logan, Ohio  43138