We are home for those who scarcely believe they belong: The loners. The rejects. The black sheep. The lost. The forgotten. The outliers.
Exploring in our everyday experiences what it means to be human and joining others in their story of being human. Stories filled, on one hand, with tension, despair, and restlessness and on the other, with harmony, hope, and renewal.
At our Church, we are content in following Jesus, not worshipping him. We strive to love as much as Jesus did–without conditions, inviting others to partake of his impressive work; his love for
humanity, his passion for community, and his advocacy for justice.
Our mission is to build an inclusive faith-based community for the historically excluded.
We envision a world where everyone lives as fast or slow and as loud or quiet as they could be. Knowing that life is a gift and love is the point.
We are venturesome - in word, action, and commitment. We follow through with our obligations regardless of the costs.
We reveal, not hide, who we are - our character, identities, struggles, and triumphs. We are a space for all infinite expressions and identities.
We are pleasant and sometimes savory. We like people to have a delightsome experience with us.
Our spaces are safe and exclude judgment toward all people irrespective of their past, present, or future moral or spiritual story.
At each of our sacred gatherings, we guide you through a meditative journey, incorporating elements of spirituality and community to catalyze our collective human flourishing.
Times are are in both Pacific Time (PT) and East Africa Time (EAT).
There are three ways to support our liturgy, programs, and or work: Treasure, Talent, and Time.
We invite you to join our Guardians-of-faith community by giving 10 percent of your income to restore justice and empower those in despair to build solutions with and for their community. Your gift equips those closest to the need to make the most significant impact.
Give us the gift of your expertise by volunteering 10 hours monthly in our LEAP and MLIFE Programs. We are always seeking experts in the field of technology, education, and arts. We require a 1 yr commitment.
Volunteering with us is a great way to kick-start the conversation. We organize 10-day volunteer trips to Kenya in January and August to support our communities through workshops and training where you can transfer your knowledge to our local communities. We also offer volunteer opportunities all year round for most of our programs.
Community - All ages & people welcome
We support sabbath rest for high-impact faith leaders. Ecclesia, aka MLIFE Church, is a radical spiritual space for those who scarcely believe they belong–disenfranchised, discriminated against, or locked in poverty to break bread and provide a sabbath rest for those needing respite.