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Monday, March 13, 2017




Reminder: Sanctuary as Jubilee Community Forum March 16

Please Join us this Thursday, March 16th, 6:00 pm in the "Ellen Hall" room at First Unitarian Church for our Jubilee Forum series featuring speaker, The Reverend Troy Jackson. The discussion will focus on our relationship with the consumer economy and the idea of Sanctuary. The event will also feature speakers, Peter Block, and members from the Jurisdiction Resident Advisory Board (J-Rab) which advocates for economic justice representing over 15,000 public housing residents in Cincinnati.

Free parking will be located in the lot across from First Unitarian Church at 536 Linton Street, Cincinnati, OH 45219. Refreshments will be provided. We ask that if you plan on attending to register at the following link;

Please contact the Director of Operations for the Economics of Compassion Initiative, Derek Peebles at for more information or visit our website at







Short Video on Jubilee Campaign Initiative



The Rev. Troy Jackson serves as the Executive Director at the AMOS Project, a federation of congregations in Greater Cincinnati dedicated to building the Beloved Community. He formerly served as Senior Pastor of University Christian Church (UCC) in Cincinnati, Ohio for 15 years. Under The Rev. Jackson's leadership, UCC established Rohs Street Café, a seven-day-a-week community coffee shop committed to community engagement, the arts, and social justice.



First Unitarian Church, 536 Linton Street, Cincinnati, OH




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