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Past Issues

A History of Fall Planning Conference Locations and Concerns chosen over time:

The 2016 Planning Conference (Allen Temple A.M.E. Church) voted to work together in 2017 on Community-Police Relations & Justice Reform and Interfaith Dialogue on Contentious Issues & Advocacy for Human Rights.

The 2015 Planning Conference (First United Church of Christ) voted to continue to work together in 2016 on Economic Recovery/Income Disparity/Employment and Interfaith Dialogue/Human Rights.

The 2014 Planning Conference (New Thought Unity Center) voted to work together in 2015 on Economic Recovery/Income Disparity/Employment and Interfaith Dialogue/Human Rights.

The 2013 Planning Conference (Episcopal Church of the Redeemer) voted to work together in 2014 on Human Services/Hunger/Medicaid Expansion and Employment/Job Creation/Training.

The 2012 Planning Conference (New Jerusalem Baptist Church) voted to work together in 2013 on Homelessness/Affordable Housing and Community-Police Relations/Justice Reform.

The 2011 Planning Conference (DePaul Cristo Rey High School) voted to work together in 2012 on Homelessness/Affordable Housing and Immigration.

The 2010 Planning Conference (Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati) voted to work together in 2011 on Homelessness/Affordable Housing and Immigration.

The 2009 Planning Conference (Hebrew Union College) voted to work together in 2010 on Employment: Job Creation and Training and Homelessness/Affordable Housing.

The 2008 Planning Conference (Good Shepherd Lutheran Church) voted to work together in 2009 on The Collaborative Plan/Justice Reform and Homelessness/Affordable Housing.

The 2007 Planning Conference (St John Unitarian Church) voted to work together in 2008 on The Collaborative Agreement/Justice Reform and Public Education.

The 2006 Planning Conference (St. Peter’s Church of United Church of Christ) voted to work together in 2007 on the Collaborative/DOJ Agreements and Youth & Violence.

The 2005 Planning Conference (Greek Orthodox Church of Holy Trinity-St. Nicholas) voted to work together in 2006 on Youth & Violence and Affordable Housing.

The 2004 Planning Conference (First Unitarian Church) voted to work together in 2005 on Affordable Housing and Youth & Violence.

The 2003 Planning Conference (Montgomery Community Baptist Church) voted to work together in 2004 on Affordable Housing and Police/Community Relations.

The 2002 Planning Conference (Christ Church Cathedral) voted to work on Community/Police Relations and public Education.

The 2001 Planning Conference (Christ Our Redeemer, AME, Nast-Trinity United Methodist, and Emanuel Center) voted to work on Community/Police Relations and Housing.

July Delegates Council voted to help pass Cincinnati School Bond Issue.

The 2000 Planning Conference (Christ’s Community in College Hill) voted to work on Community/Police Relations and Welfare Reform in 2001.

The 1999 Planning Conference (Catholic Hispanic Community of Cincinnati) voted to work on public Education, local impact of Welfare Reform, and Police/Community Relations in 2000.

The 1998 Planning Conference (Knox Presbyterian Church) voted to work on public Education and on the local ilmpact of Welfare Reform in 1999.

The 1997 Planning Conference (Community Asset & Resources Exchange) voted to work on local impact of Welfare Reform, and Judicatories’ Statements on Race in 1998. October Delegates Council voted to support Issue 6 (Police/Community Relations).

The 1995 Planning Conference (Holy Trinity-St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church) voted to work on Children-At-Risk and Children & Family Violence in 1996.

The 1994 Planning Conference (Congregation Ohav Shalom) voted to work on Children-At-Risk and Low-Income Housing in 1995.

The 1993 Planning Conference (Mount Auburn Presbyterian Church) voted to work on Children-At-Risk and Public Education in 1994. Delegates Council added Housing in March 1994.

The 1992 Planning Conference (Conference of Walnut Hills Churches for Community Economic Development) voted to work on Children-At-Risk and Housing in 1993.

Delegates Council later added City Council Elections (minorities in local government).

The 1991 Planning Conference (Sycamore Area Clergy) voted to work on Children-At-Risk, Public Education, Food & Welfare, and Housing in 1992.

The 1990 Planning Conference (Acts Episcopal Ministry) voted to work on Public Education, Housing, and Children-At-Risk in 1991.

The 1989 Planning Conference (Norwood Ministerial Association) voted to work on Housing, Human Services, and Public Education in 1990.

The 1988 Planning Conference (Holy Family Catholic Church) voted to work on Housing, Human Services, and Corrections in 1989. The September 1989 Delegates Council voted to add Public Education for the remainder of the year.

The 1987 Planning Conference (Carthage Christian Church) voted to work on Minorities in Local Government, Public Education, and Human Services in 1988.

The 1986 Planning Conference (First Unitarian Church) voted to work on Housing, Human Services, and Employment & Jobs in 1987.

The 1985 Planning Conference (Adath Israel Synagogue) voted to work on Housing, Human Services, and Public Education in 1986.

The 1984 Planning Conference (Hebrew Union College) voted to work on Housing and Human Services in 1985.

(Executive Board agreed to complete work already begun on Employment & Economic Development and Public Education.)

The 1983 Planning Conference (Southern Baptist Church) voted to work on Human Services, Employment, and Public Education in 1984. The 11 April 1984 Delegates Council added Urban Finance.

The 1982 Planning Conference (St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church) voted to work on Human Service Cuts, Employment, Public Education, and County Home Rule in 1983.

The 1981 Planning Conference (St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, Madeira) voted to work on Human Service Cuts, Employment, County Home Rule, and Public Education in 1982.

The 1980 Planning Conference (St. John’s Unitarian Church) voted to work on County Home Rule, Criminal Justice, Minority Youth Employment and Public Education in 1981.

The 1979 Planning Conference (St. James Catholic Church-Wyoming) voted to work on Public Education, Criminal Justice, and Food & Welfare in 1980.

The 1978 Planning Conference (Norwood Christian Church) voted to work on Public Education, Criminal Justice, and Health Care in 1979.

The 1977 Planning Conference (Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church) voted to work on Public Education, Criminal Justice, Hospice, and Black/Women Employment in Local Government in 1978.

The 1976 Planning Conference (Isaac M. Wise Center) voted to work on Public Education, Metropolitan Finance, and Criminal Justice in 1977.

The 1975 Planning Conference (Marian high School) voted to work on Public Education, Food & Welfare, and Criminal Justice in 1976.

The 1974 Planning Conference (Indian Hill Church) voted to work on Public Education and Food & Welfare in 1975.

The 1973 Planning Conference, which was combined with the 1974 Annual Meeting (Princeton Junior High School), voted to work on Public Education in 1974.

The 1972 Planning Conference (Rockdale Temple) voted to work on Alternatives to Incarceration, as well as Internal Communications and Theological Rationale in 1973.

The 1971 Planning Conference (Grailville) voted to work on Housing and Education in 1972.

  

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