We're working toward the renewal of all things.
Entrepreneurship is shaping the cultural imagination of city and neighborhood economics.
We believe that God cares about doing work. God is a worker. We're quietly working on a number of non-profit and for-profit business start-ups that we think will contribute, in a small way, to the well-being of our neighborhood and city. Our model is the 12th century monastery and mendicant religious orders who not only participated in charitable work, but started grain-mills, breweries, apiaries and schools. Our desire is to support the already-existing charitable work in our neighborhood, and to create new social businesses that work alongside city and neighborhood initiatives.