Where We Pray: Community Friends Meeting carries on Cincinnati Quaker tradition in North Avondale

NORTH AVONDALE, Ohio - The Tri-State is rich in the number and variety of houses of worship. In our weekly feature, WCPO shines the spotlight on where we pray.

What to make of a church with no programmed worship service and no paid clergy? Cincinnati's Community Friends Meeting invites you to come and find out.

The local Community Friends Meeting was founded in 1968 out of the union of two previously existing meetings. One was affiliated with Friends United Meeting, the pastoral branch of Friends, and the other was affiliated with Friends General Conference, the more liberal “unprogrammed” branch.

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