We live in community because we think it's good for us, and it makes us better for those around us. We are able to be real with each other and eventually discover we are loved for who we already are. Life in community is not always easy and never as efficient, but it does seem richer and deeper.
To be Christian is to be sent. No matter where you live, you are sent to where you already are. When considering those interested in joining us, we take seriously the conviction that many are called to stay and serve exactly where they are, and a few are called to come and serve with us for a season or for longer.
You are being formed everyday, whether you know it or not. Our faith is most alive when it is practiced as a way of life. For this reason, we encourage individual and communal rhythms that bring us closer to God, to each other, and to our neighbors through work and rest, solitude and partying, study and play, scripture and prayer, feasting and fasting.
Theology is for everyone. How we think and speak of God is not simply a question for the classroom or church pew. We seek to be a people and a place of learning for all kinds of people from all walks of life and educational backgrounds. Together, we are able to positively shape and guide each other's theological thinking.