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Concert for the Human Family w/ Kory Caudill - Cincinnati, Ohio

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Christ Church Cathedral

318 East 4th Street

Cincinnati, OH 45202

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Christ Church Cathedral in Cincinnati, Ohio, will host the first in-person Concert for the Human Family event on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2021!

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Sponsored by Christ Church Cathedral, The Diocese of Southern Ohio, and supported by The Episcopal Church, this Concert for the Human Family event is an inspiring collaborative between award-winning musicians and church leaders who believe in the power of music and storytelling to foster Beloved Community. Experience genre-bending original music that bridges jazz, hip-hop and bluegrass, performed by a multicultural team led by Nashville pianist and composer Kory Caudill. All woven with sacred stories to launch conversation around reconciliation, healing and justice in the communities we call home.

It’s the power of music, for the sake of love.

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Safe Gathering Guidelines for Christ Church Cathedral

We ask all those who are interested in joining us in person to review the guidelines for gathering, established by The Diocese of Southern Ohio. These guidelines include, but are not limited to: wearing a mask if you are not fully vaccinated, and practicing social distancing. We ask that you read the latest guidelines so that we can offer a safe worship space for all.

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Cincinnati, OH 45202

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The Episcopal Church welcomes all as it seeks to follow Jesus Christ into loving, liberating, and life-giving relationship with God, each other, and the earth. Embracing a legacy of inclusion, The Episcopal Church encourages the expression of leadership gifts by all peoples of the church. As a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion, the third largest group of Christians in the world, The Episcopal Church includes 109 dioceses in 17 nations, with about 1.8 million members. Learn more at episcopalchurch.org.

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