Sunday Service: “Exploring Cincinnati’s Forgotten Religious Landscape.”

Join Dr. Matthew Smith (Miami University Hamilton), author of The Spires Still Point to Heaven:
Cincinnati’s Religious Landscape, 1788-1873, for an illustrated tour of the forgotten Queen
City. Discover how immigrants made Cincinnati the sixth-largest city in America by the
eve of the Civil War, how Cincinnati earned its nickname Porkopolis, how religion shaped
civic life, and how Cincinnatians coped with recurring outbreaks of pandemic cholera in
1832 and 1849. Service leader: Jennifer Blue. Children’s RE: Activity in lower level during
the service.