Making space for His presence. Making space for prayer and communion. Making space for people—especially those who have often been undervalued and mischaracterized by a large part of the western church. 

While our original vision (and our current longterm dream) centered around creating physical “sacred spaces” set apart as prayer/worship rooms and creative connection hubs, we recognize that making space is about far more than a building. It is about cultivating and activating a presence- centered lifestyle.