Advancing human flourishing through the Church.
We inspire, align, and empower Christians to pursue common good in our city.
What does it mean for our city to flourish?
We strive to see Evansville become a city where every person experiences love, justice, and purpose.
Every person gives and receives love in healthy, meaningful relationships.
Every person prioritizes the holistic well-being of all people.
Every person recognizes the unique contribution they bring to the city, paid or unpaid.
Pathways to advance human flourishing
We inspire, align, and empower Christians to pursue common good through…
Love for Our City | We embrace our city’s beauty and brokenness
Loving our city means being a contributor, not just a consumer. It means celebrating what’s good while also owning our city’s challenges with boldness and hope. Flourishing cities are built by people who love their city this way.
Gospel of Flourishing | Our news is good
For Evansville is motivated by the Christian story that Jesus is making all things new. This declaration of hope isn’t limited to individual, spiritual change - it transforms whole people and whole communities. It’s an announcement that everything wrong is being made right, and an invitation to join the movement.
Humble Curiosity | We listen first and learn from everyone
We lead with listening because we value the perspectives, experiences, and efforts of other people. In doing so, we affirm the dignity and agency of every person and draw close to those we seek to serve.
Inclusive Collaboration | We need everyone
Every person in our city has something valuable to contribute. Because of this, we create spaces where each person can bring their whole self to the table, and we seek to collaborate around common good, not commonalities. Without compromising our beliefs, we seek to do more good together than we can on our own.
Unity of the Church | There is one Church in our city
Followers of Jesus are united to him and therefore united to each other. Our shared union with Christ overshadows everything that could divide us, and it leads us to love one another the way Jesus loves - not just embracing each other’s strengths to get stuff done, but embracing each other’s weaknesses in order to serve each other.
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