First Unitarian Church is an excellent choice for a variety of events including weddings, seminars, and concerts. Please contact or (513) 281-1564 for rental inquiries.

Weddings and Services of Union

At First Church we rejoice in the union of all loving couples.  Our sanctuary offers a lovely setting for services. It is best to schedule your wedding date six months in advance to ensure the availability of the sanctuary, and possibly a keyboardist and custodial staff. Due to the number of requests, not all services for non-members can be accommodated. Other UU churches and/or clergy may be recommended.

Musical Concerts and Recitals

First Church’s Sanctuary has superior acoustics. Thus it has been one of the home venues for the Linton Chamber Music Series for more than two decades. In addition, it is the practice venue for Cincinnati’s May Festival Chorus. Now with its newly installed high-tech A/V system with internet and YouTube access, First Church is sought after by all music genres.

Features include:

  • Historic Public Facade
    • Convenient central Cincinnati location
    • Modern welcoming  ADA accessible entrance
    • Ample off-street parking
    • Building-wide Wifi
    • Elevator & accessible restrooms throughout the building
    • Defibrillator and first aid kit on scene
  • Sanctuary seating for 250
    • Tiffany stained glass windowsWarm wood carvings by artist Henry FrySuperior acousticsBaldwin grand pianoWicks pipe organ (refurbished 2007)State-of-the-art sound systemState-of-the-art audio/video recording system                                                         
    • Customizable seating on chairs
    • Climate controlled
  • Multi-purpose area
    • Sound system and A/V display equipment
    • Tables and chairs and dining set up for 90
    • Fully equipped kitchen 

For more information or to schedule a visit please contact or (513) 281-1564 for rental inquiries. You can also contact the Office Administrator to verify availability of the space for the date and time you want.

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