We form new churches in the Anglican tradition.


We are building a community around Jesus Christ. We are nourished by his Spirit and the sacraments of his church. His purposes to transform the world have become our purposes, his wounds have become the source of our healing, and his kingdom is turning our world upside down.

Our roots extend, on the one side, through the sacraments, the liturgy, and the accumulated wisdom of God's people. On the other side, our roots also reach out through the heartfelt sense of mission and personal renewal that have energized many through God's Spirit. With such a healthy foundation, this is one strong plant.


The current project is on the West Side and North Buffalo.


The West Side is a melting pot of Burmese refugees, Puerto Ricans, old Italian-Americans, black families, young hipsters - anything you might conceivably call human.

Likewise, North Buffalo is brimming with restaurants, stores, and new neighbors.

But what will this community be without a strong spiritual foundation? Strangers who live close to one another? Instead, let us be drawn together by the love of Jesus Christ, and feel that magnetism running through our streets and parks, at soccer practices and pubs. The resurrection of Jesus is the beginning of a new world now. So we are rearranging our lives to center on this one thing: Hope.

Hope is what you get when you suddenly realize that a different worldview is possible, a worldview in which the rich, the powerful, and the unscrupulous do not after all have the last word. The same worldview shift that is demanded by the resurrection of Jesus is the shift that will enable us to transform the world.
— N.T. Wright, Surprised by Hope