There’s a lot of pressure to arrive and have all the answers. Here at UCC we believe Jesus is the answer and it will take the rest of our lives to discover the fullness of that hope. That means a lot of wrestling with hard questions and, at the same time, experimentation and creativity, rest and play. And when the wrestling and playing happens in community, it’s an even more meaningful adventure

Will you join this adventure with us?


Sunday Service

Sundays, 9:45am and 11:15am

All are welcome to worship with us. Children's services are held during the 9:45am service. Parking is available at Hughes High School and don't forget to grab a cup of coffee before service!
Listen to a sermon.


College Gathering

Tuesdays, 8 PM

Focus is our college-age gathering where students engage in thoughtful dialogue with Scripture. 
Explore our ministries.



Monthly & Weekly

Many groups meet throughout the week at the church and in homes. These groups vary in focus - from reading Scripture in community to finding God's working through social justice to simply enjoying a meal together.
Find a small group.



We see community as a garden we’re tending together, something that will nourish us but will also be messy and take time and work. It’s uncomfortable to go against our individualistic, hyper-mobile, consumerist culture to be vulnerable, to commit to a place and hope that community will grow but we think it’s worth it and we believe that what we learn from it will bring something to the wider culture. Our hope is that as we figure out what it means to be here and to be with each other, even if we’re very different from each other, the world will say, “If those folks who are rich and poor, young and old, liberal and conservative, black and white can work out a way to be together, there must be something powerful they hold in common!”

A good way to begin learning about community with us is to reach out to one of our pastors.  We’d love to hear what you long for community to be.


Visit Our Cafe

Founded in 2003 as the first fair-trade cafe in the city, Rohs Street Cafe is an extension of University Christian Church and provides the Clifton community with a safe place to hold events, share local art, engage in conversation and, of course, enjoy great coffee. The cafe also partners with Deeper Roots, a Cincinnati based fair-trade coffee roasting company, and coffee farmers in Santa Maria de Jesus in Guatemala. 


So stop by

We're at the corner of Rohs Street and West McMillan, just across the street from Hughes High School. Parking is available at Hughes High School on Sunday mornings and the cafe is open everyday so feel free to stop by!