“I was hungry and you gave me something to eat … I was a stranger and you invited me in … I was sick and you looked after me … whatever you did for one of the least of these … you did for me.”Matthew 25:35-40 (NIV, abbreviated)
Building a ramp for a disabled senior, sitting and laughing with a shut-in homeowner, turning a jump rope for a child during a summer Bible club, accompanying a newly-arrived refugee on a supermarket excursion—simple yet powerful acts.
We seek to manifest the love of Christ in places labeled “blighted” and to people deemed “undesirable” in our city. Workday gathers volunteers from churches, colleges, small businesses and every place in between to provide basic home repairs and personal connections for the poor and vulnerable. Whether it’s a skilled plumbing job or simply pulling weeds, we strive to provide servant hands and hearts for “the least of these” in our neighborhood.
Workday strives to manifest the glory of Christ by meeting physical needs and building relational bridges.