Welcome to the Metropolitan Area Religious Coalition of Cincinnati which began its work as an interfaith coalition in 1968. MARCC provides a way for the religious community to speak in one voice to make compassion and reconciliation felt through constructive community action and the development of a community conscience. The membership consists of seventeen judicatories (denominations), made up of Protestants, Roman Catholics, Muslims, Jews and Unitarian-Universalists.
MARCC over its 48 year history has worked to address social concerns in the Cincinnati Metropolitan area. By concentrating on common human needs such as food, human services, quality education, immigration, affordable housing, healthcare, employment, and community/police relations, MARCC has been a pillar within the community and an example of an entity whose members can work together and transcend religious differences while striving for a stronger and healthier community.
2016 Judicatory Concerns Chosen!
At our 2015 Annual Fall Planning Conference, MARCC Delegates chose to continue for their two priority social Concerns:
We will regenerate our focus on making a difference in metropolitan Cincinnati for 2016.
We can use your help. Find out how you can join others to make lives better for all who live in metropolitan Cincinnati. Call us at 513-721-4843 or contact us.
We have partnered with the Ohio Means Jobs Center of Cincinnati-Hamilton County to provide you with job openings and open hire events. Please click onto our 'Current Concerns' tab for further information.