“Calvary House” is an intentional community house in Cincinnati, Ohio. It currently serves as the home for Brendan’s Crossing as well as a hub for young adult and Praxis Communities trainings and events. The house is the former Rectory of Calvary Episcopal Church in the beautiful gaslight district of Clifton, a neighborhood in Cincinnati. Built in 1913, Calvary House was designed to reflect the Gothic style and stone work of the church. The parish built Calvary House originally as a home for the rector of the parish; With over 6,000 square feet, ample living and dining space, a library, and four bedrooms on the second floor, this house is a both welcoming and spacious home for the ministry of Brendan’s Crossing.
The home is built for community and offers plenty of room for play, gardening, and respite.
Residential Members in Brendan’s Crossing each have their own private furnished bedroom, and share one of 2 bathrooms, laundry room, main gathering room, office and kitchen. We use the main floor to offer hospitality in many ways including movie nights, potlucks, and our community gatherings. Share in community life with us.