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CFA's Fall Gathering Site Visits
Sat, 15 October 2016, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM CDT
To close out Fall Gathering this year, you will be able to self select into a site visit that infuses ABCD principles into the way they work regarding education, ministry, mass incarceration, mental health, technology, and/or the multiplication of ABCD in the city.
*Please note that 2 of the locations are at the same location as gathering, therefore, the time slot for these visits will not include transport times. Please pay attention to times when selecting your location. We are recommending Uber / Uber ride share to get to your location of choice*
Rebuild Foundation - Annual Open House - Saturday, October 15th from 12-2pm / Address: 6916 S Dorchester Ave, Chicago, IL 60637
Rebuild Foundation, a not-for-profit creative engine focused on cultural-driven redevelopment and affordable space initiatives in under-resourced communities, currently manages projects in the Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood of Chicago. Our programs enlist teams of artists, architects, developers, educators, community activists, and residents who work together to integrate the arts, apprenticeship trade training and creative entrepreneurship into a community-driven process of neighborhood transformation. Rebuild engages an artistic practice which uses as its medium the urban fabric of under-resourced districts, bridging the creation of art with adaptive reuse of abandoned spaces and community-driven initiatives for neighborhood revitalization.
Circle Urban Ministries - Site Visit (Same location as gathering) Saturday, October 15th from 9:30-11:30am / Address: 118 N Central Ave, Chicago, IL 60644
Circle Urban Ministries’ mission statement is “Transforming Chicago’s Westside through faith in action.” Through more than 35 years of serving the Austin neighborhood, Circle Urban has developed a three-faceted approach to bringing transformation to our community: Shaping The future, Meeting immediate needs and Leveraging resources. There are currently 8 initiatives/partners on campus:
- Circle Urban Ministries
- Rock of Our Salvation Church
- Circle Family Healthcare Network
- Austin-Circle Law Center
- Catalyst Circle-Rock School
- InterVarsity-Chicago Urban Project
- Primo Center for Women and Children
Bridge2Freedom - Site Visit (Same location as gathering) Saturday, October 15th from 9:30-11:30am / Address: 118 N Central Ave, Chicago, IL 60644
Bridge to Freedom (B2F) is a holistic faith based residential re-entry program offering mentoring, job readiness training, life skills training and Christian discipleship. B2F will provide a safe and nurturing housing and learning environment that enables and empowers the individual to reach their full God given potential. B2F is a long term program that begins one year prior to release.
Please be sure to register asap so that our sites can plan ahead for you!