What we do
Rooted in Discipleship
When you come to visit The Family Tree, you will witness, and be invited to participate in, the solidarity built by years of kinship among neighbors. You will see that we are about the business of joining God in the work of creativity. We’ll be telling stories, singing songs, making art, growing gardens, and chasing after the lively Spirit who inspires us to work together to build a better neighborhood…to build a better world. You will see us framing our days with prayer. We invite you to join us in prayer wherever you are as we pray for God’s kingdom to come on earth as it is in Heaven. You’ll see us welcoming folks in, because that’s what you do for your family. We will keep eating together “family-style,” because now we know no other way to eat.
Interested in this idea of rootedness? Check out The Wisdom of Stability by our friend Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove. This book is an exploration and meditation on the gift of stability in a mobile culture. Read more about what we do by clicking on the following links: