We believe mission is not a program, an event, or an activity. Instead, mission is a way of life. And it’s a way of life we are all called to as followers of Christ. Our philosophy on mission is that It’s less about “doing” and more about “being.”
Being available to be sent by the Holy Spirit wherever He leads.
Being ready to share the love of Christ with the hurting.
Being joyful for opportunity to serve the broken and the marginalized.
Being willing to sacrificially care for someone in need.
Being open to walk alongside someone in crisis.
Being grateful for the privilege of being invited into another person’s life.
Living mission this way is intentional, relational, and always life changing. Even if that change is not in the ways we were hoping or expecting. God is always at work. At Urban Life Mission we want to challenge our groups to rethink mission, to relationally engage the needy and marginalized, and join the movements where God is working in the city.