Because Jesus said, “Whoever welcomes a stranger welcomes me” (Matthew 25: 31-46), we welcome those who need a place to stay for awhile or who want to live in an intentional Christian community. We practice hospitality as part of our belief that the God who welcomes us also meets us in the guise of the stranger
If you or someone you know needs sanctuary and refuge, please contact us. We are open to sharing our home with those who are trying to hide, trying to start over, or trying again. Each hospitality relationship looks a little different, depending on what a person needs, but we do our best to create a welcoming space for all.
As a community, we share common meals and work. We try to eat together most evenings, taking turns with the cooking and cleanup. All of us have some kind of work to contribute to the house needs, and then we commit to supporting the work of the community in tangible ways. Our Christian spirituality why we do what we do, but we do not require others staying with us to participate in those things.
If you are interested in living in an intentional Christian community, we would love to talk to you. We are hoping that others who also feel the call to hospitality, creation, and retreat will join us. We can discuss different ways of participating, including a couple-of-months stay as an intern or something with more longevity.
Hospitality looks like opening up our yard for outdoor movie nights, bonfires, and concerts. We are always looking for ways to share this land with friends and neighbors.