Program hubs are a faith-based intergenerational approach to reducing the traumas caused by racism, sexism, poverty, ablism (mental and physical health), and agism.

COVID-19: Although many activities from our calendar have been cancelled due to the requirements of social distancing, we want to assure you that program planning continues.


We have left some events on the calendar in the hope things improve, or alternate plans become available.  


Intergenerational support is more important than ever to protect our communities and reduce the impact of COVID-19 on every generation. If you have not already done so, we encourage you to reach out to someone you know may be in need of some assistance (grocery shopping, technological assistance, or just a phone call to reduce the loneliness) and do what you can to help while staying safe yourself.

In collaboration with community partners, we accomplish our social justice mission by operating three hubs that provide programs that serve the unique needs of an urban intergenerational population of from various backgrounds, demographics and geographies to support our core values: human and communal flourishing, inclusion, transparency, and collaboration.

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  • 2021 Virtual Fall Program Registration Is Open!
    Sat, Sep 11
    Sep 11, 9:00 AM – Sep 24, 5:00 PM
    Registration is open from September 11 through the 24th for the 8-week fall program featuring a Spoken Word Workshop series and the financial workshop titled "What Is Money?"