ABOUT OUR SPACE
Due to COVID-19, our space is not open to the general public and we are not leasing or renting it out.
The Warehouse currently occupies an historic church located in the Over the Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. The former Nast Trinity United Methodist Church, designed by leading Cincinnati architect, Samuel Hannaford, was completed in 1880. It was the home of the first German Methodist church to be established anywhere in the world, and was declared an historic site in the late twentieth century. It’s leader, William Nast, was born in 1807 in Stuttgart, Germany. He immigrated to the United States a age 21, joined the Methodist Church at 28, and was ordained as clergy. He began to organize German immigrants throughout the United States and they acquired the property at 1310 Race Street. The building is currently owned by the West Ohio Conference of the UMC and is being stewarded by Hyde Park Community UMC, partnering with The Warehouse.
The Warehouse Church is across the street from Cincinnati’s foremost downtown park, Washington Park, which holds numerous community events in the Spring and Summer.
It is also situated in Cincinnati’s Arts District: Music and Memorial Halls (home of the Cincinnati Symphony, Pops Orchestra and the May Festival Chorus), Cincinnati Shakespeare Theater, and the School for the Creative and Performing Arts within one block of the church.
We began renovation in December, 2019 prior to a scheduled Launch in April, 2020, which was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. The renovation gallery is below and is still in progress. Our vision is offer events and space rental once it is completed.
- Advocacy Consulting
- Urban & Foreign Missions
- Studio and Event Space Rental
It’s easy to get in touch with us, and we’d love to hear from you! Please reach out if you have any questions about The Warehouse Experience, volunteer opportunities, or space rental!