We are inspired by Jesus Christ's calling to "love our neighbors as ourselves" and it fuels our mission to mobilize churches and people of faith in loving and serving our city.
Our calling as Christians to be compassionate, justice-seeking and servant-minded people compels us to action. We focus energy and resources on neighborhood engagement and housing restoration because the need is so great - as is the opportunity to mobilize people of faith to bring hope to neighborhoods through the work of Restoring Community Together.
We are connected to our community for common good, and connected to our faith for higher purpose. Our good works build good will among the people we serve so that we might also share the good news with them.
As a matter of mission:
While we see spiritual transformation as the ultimate salvation of people, we also see the physical transformation of our community to be a necessary and just pursuit. Therefore, we include and serve all people.
Community One does not discriminate in services in any way or require faith-related responses in order to volunteer or receive services.
We exist to love, to serve and to bless people in the name of Jesus Christ.