Stand With Us

November 17, 2020


By Gareth Unruh | Chief Ministry Officer

This year we have replaced and not cancelled ministry. Our staff and ministry leaders have been creative with watch parties on Netflix, podcasts, Zoom clubs, phone appointments, social distancing therapeutic services, as well as providing food and other essentials for young people returning to the community. We have been hard at work to come alongside and resource the needs of young people with their physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs.  

As we continue to dream, we are asking you to STAND WITH US! We know that our young people are changing this world we live in for the better because of their hope in Christ and them being Jesus to others. Wherever young people are, we want to meet them there.  

In our world today, there is so much death and destruction, Jesus was the ultimate example we want to follow. He hung out with those that others thought he shouldn’t, he freed the lame, the poor, and the oppressed from the systems that continually forgot them. Jesus turned this world upside down. Love is stronger than hate!  

Everyday our staff, ministry leaderships, and student leaders confront the suffering in this world and share their lives and the hope that Christ gives each one of us! We see Jesus all over this city and we join with Him in His freedom producing work.  

Will you STAND WITH US this next year and become a part of the transformation we see day in and day out? Would you pray with us for God’s peace in our young people’s lives? Would you partner with us as a church, business, or individual through the resource of your time to bring hope when all seems hopeless? You can learn more here. 

Thank you for being a part of the ongoing conversation with youth in our city and helping us share God’s story.  It’s our honor to be the storytellers on your behalf who meet kids right where they are and give life to their story. 

Providing young people in our community with the opportunity to make an informed decision to be a follower of Jesus Christ and become part of a local church.