In a world that constantly tells people who are living on the margins that they don't belong, The Dwelling is a church that tells them that the world has it all wrong.
The Dwelling proclaims boldly that there is holiness in the identity as someone experiencing homelessness, that they share a kinship with God who reminds us all that we are all wanderers in search of belonging.
Belonging that can only be found in the waters of baptism and at the table - where outsiders are no more.
The Dwelling reflects the radical counter-cultural nature of the cross - where shame is glory and identity in Christ replaces the damaging narrative that the world so easily affixes to people in the margins.
This church is for the wanderers, the seekers, the questioners, the doubters. The ones that feel worthy and more importantly the ones that do not. This is the place where God and God's people meet. Come and Dwell.