Ecumenical & Interfaith Cooperation
In all that we do, CMI is committed to healthy ecumenical and interfaith cooperation and relationships that create unity as we serve the poor, the marginalized, and the oppressed. Also, in keeping with our Statement of Faith, CMI respects the religious beliefs of all people. If users of CMI services or agency staff request religious, spiritual or faith opportunities in specific Christian traditions or other religious traditions, we are pleased to provide those services or facilitate community linkages to meet the needs of those individuals.
If you have questions about our religious and theological perspective, a good place to start is with our Statement of Faith. An even better way to get to know about our faith is to come visit and see first hand what our Compassion in Action looks like!
If you are a clergy member or leader in your faith community, and would like to engage in a partnership with Community Missions, or be a resource we can call upon when we have the need, please contact Rev. Mark Breese at 716-572-3036 ext.2259 or .
By The Numbers...
In 2016, Community Missions provided:
• 11,104 nights of shelter
• 89,366 meals
• 6,744 individuals with clothing
• 2,295 care days in Youth Services
• 46,888 care days in Recovery Services
• 73,994 care days in Housing Services
• 182 opportunities for Faith Development