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CAIN - Churches Active In Northside, Cincinnati, Ohio
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Our Mission ?We are called to be an instrument through which the whole Body of Christ in Northside can be a visible, dynamic, and transforming presence in the community of Northside.? Our Values We believe? in expressing our unity in Christ in the God-given dignity, worth, and potential of every person God loves Northside and is continually present and active in the community We are called to live out the Good News of Jesus Christ in our neighborhood God has planted our churches in Northside as various communities of faith which invite all people into relationship with Christ Our Vision We envision CAIN as a? Shared Ministry Center promoting that unity of Spirit, purpose and fellowship among our churches that brings spiritual renewal to our neighborhood and city. Hope Center assisting and empowering Northside families and children to rise above the circumstances that marginalize them. Good News Center linking our churches and community through communication and prayer to the stories of what God is doing in our churches and community. Community Ministry Center actively reaching and touching every aspect of community life in Northside. Embassy Center providing a welcoming introduction and invitation to the community into the Christian community and into our member churches.
CAIN is a 501(c)3 collaborative ministry of neighborhood churches that provides emergency assistance, children?s programs, and community-building activities to give ?Help for Today ? Hope for Tomorrow?
Organizational Statement of Faith
Statement of Belief We agree that? God?s love for humanity is graciously given through Jesus Christ, who alone makes it possible for people to experience life as God meant it to be. We enter into this life as we commit our lives to knowing and following Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, individually and collectively. We can meet Christ in every person we encounter and that the Body of Christ is made visible as different local congregations join together to be the "hands and feet" of Jesus. Our unity is found in Christ and although this unity is not yet complete, it is truly a "first-taste" of God?s desire for the Church.
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