Not where, but who. Not if, but how.
Being NEIGHBORS isn’t just about where we live but about how we love the people around us.
One of the most radical stories in the Bible is the story of the Good Samaritan. Jesus uses this story to teach us about love and compassion. The Good Samaritan sets an example by choosing to engage, lean in, step toward people and love without limits. In this story, we can reimagine how to love our neighbors in the same way we love ourselves, even when it’s costly or challenging.
This summer, we invite you to step into this radical story that breaks down cultural barriers. Together, we’ll spend a week experiencing life alongside “new neighbors” and truly engaging with those around us – because being neighbors isn’t a question of if we love, but how.