Inspire Academy is a public charter school employing the Expeditionary Learning approach to offer an empowering education to a diverse group of students. The Urban Light CDC helped launch Inspire Academy as part of our community development vision.
Urban Light CDC
Urban Light Community Development engages in neighborhood-level community development work in three focus areas: The Lighthouse Recovery Home, Housing Revitalization, and Neighborhood Engagement. Seeking to develop healthy and thriving neighborhoods, Urban Light Community Development joins with neighbors to enrich our whole community. Urban Light Community Development is a separate non-profit organization from Urban Light Church.
The Lighthouse Recovery Home for women is a residential program designed to promote sustainable, long-term recovery. This faith-based, 3-phase program is designed around a 12-step program that restores dignity and develops healthy boundaries with self and others. The Lighthouse Recovery Home is a program of Urban Light Community Development.
And here's the contact info:
1. Direct questions for The Lighthouse: Dori Taylor at 765-717-2747
2. All other questions regarding the CDC: Joy 765-748-3309. (This is also the general phone number for the organization.)
Joy's email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dori's email: email@example.com
The 8twelve Coalition is comprised of residents, non-profits and businesses working to revitalize the 8twelve target area bordered by 8th Street, Memorial Street, Perkins Avenue, and Madison Street. 8Twelve Coalition Facebook Page.
In & Out Cleaning
In & Out was founded largely out of a desire to join other community development efforts for Muncie's South and Central "at risk" neighborhoods. By providing not only meaningful and rewarding employment, but a meaningful community and atmosphere to folks within these neighborhoods especially, the goal has been to affect real change within Muncie's community.
Churches of God General Confrence
We are affiliated with the Churches of God, General Conference, an evangelical denomination that has its roots in the revivalism and social reform efforts of the second Great Awakening. While Urban Light does not split hairs on peripheral doctrinal issues, we are proud that the CGGC historically has been Arminian and was founded as a pacifist and abolitionist group. We are also thankful that many CGGC churches are in the non-Western world.
Christian Community Development Association
We are organizational members of the Christian Community Development Association, a network of several hundred urban ministries whose founder, Dr. John Perkins, is a pioneer in racial reconciliation and holistic development. We adhere to his framework of relocation, reconciliation, and redistribution.