Urban Missions | Exist to Intervene

The spring season is in full swing and mission team members have been coming through the doors of City Impact to serve in the inner city of San Francisco. About 2,500 short term mission team members serve with City Impact annually from over 120 different groups. 

Many team members have gone on to start ministries in their own hometown after their time with City Impact. 

This week, teams from all around California served at City impact in the different ministries including Adopt a Building, TL Revive (community center), Rescue Mission, Thrift Store, City Academy, Health & Wellness Center, and the School of Ministry. 

Our desire is to see people a develop a burden for the lost and broken, be inspired through the Word and in ministry, grow in courage and boldness, and take back home what they experienced during their time with City Impact.

We believe short-term missions is best done when:

  1. Team members are plugged into meaningful ministry opportunities that come alongside a long term ministry to join their efforts in the community. 
  2. There is a goal of empowering, encouraging, and stirring people up to live out the mission in their every day lives when returning back home or being sent out to the world. In that effort to see long term impact, our staff pour into the groups that come in and guide them through their experience each step of the way.

San Francisco City Impact exists to intervene on behalf of the people in the inner city of San Francisco. We mobilize people to intervene through our ministries including a Rescue Mission, K-8 School, Health Clinic, Adopt a Building initiative, Thrift Store and a School of Ministry.