An Old Kind of Church Community
As a dedicated and diverse community of missionary people, we follow the Holy Spirit into the world proclaiming the transformative love of Jesus Christ. We develop meaningful relationship with each other, our neighborhoods and communities, dedicated to loving and serving all.
We seek to offend with our generosity. From haircuts to laundry to meals, we believe in reaching out to those in need. We start with abundance and welcome everyone.
All are Welcome
We actively invite all people to come and experience the love of Christ—all means all. We desire the creativity and faith of all people.
Who We Are
Our communities gather weekly and always incorporate a meal, prayer, and discussion. Each one feels different, check them out below to find a good fit!
Abundant Harvest Food Truck
We provide volunteers and support our Abundant Harvest Food Truck which serves our neighborhoods by gathering people around the table, amplifying the good of work of others, and feeding the hungry.
Laundry Love gathers us all together monthly in service of our community It is an opportunity for free fellowship, food, haircuts, and laundry. No Strings Attached!
We gather weekly at Hop Scholar Ale House to have respectful theological and philosophical discussion in the public forum. Each week offers new questions for discussion, and we invite people from all relgious and secular perspectives.
Slam poetry, prophetic artistry, and culinary expression, with one goal: Suburban Disruption. Starting in April, come to experience the sacred in the profane.
Each St. Isidore Missional Community is different. They all meet weekly, but how they gather is unique. Some communities are family friendly, and some are not. Some have more formalized worship, while others are super-relaxed. Check them all out to find out a which one is good fit. No matter where you go, you will find a group of people who love and serve.
Community Impact 2017
Content coming soon.
Loads of Laundry