Mark your Calendars: April 21st - Coffee + Book Convo

Inhabit is hosting a book discussion of The Art of Neighboring by Dave Runyon and Jay Pathak. The book is based around the central question: What if Jesus meant that we should love our actual neighbors?


We will be diving into that question as well as a cup of coffee or tea from Sharehouse Goods located at 5507 W North Ave, Milwaukee, WI from 7:00-9:00pm. We've rented the space out so grab your wallet, a book, and a friend!


Pick up a copy of the book if you have time otherwise come ready to discuss what being a neighbor means to you.


Please RSVP on our facebook page or by emailing im at tim@inhabitmke.org.

CCDA National Conference

Are you looking to learn from experts in Christian Community Development? There is no better place to be exposed to new ideas, incredible worship and leading practitioners than CCDA conference. 


We anticipate another life-giving gathering in 2017. Each year, conference speakers, workshops, site visits and conversations with like-minded people cultivate an environment where attendees are inspired and retooled. CCDA hopes to facilitate a safe place for honest conversation, thoughtful engagement, worship, and rest among a group of truly diverse attendees. CCDA is grateful for the opportunity to rally around the pursuit of (re) conciliation and biblical justice.


Join us for the National Christian Community Development Conference in Detroit this October 4-7. 


Inhabit will be taking a group of community leaders and if you are interested in joining us, please contact Tim Nelson. (There are a limited number of partial scholarships available based on financial need and demonstrated commitment to Christian Community Development)

weekend Workshops

Inhabit is currently developing a series of workshops on a variety of subjects that directly relate to Christian Community Development and living out the gospel in the city. The series is set to begin in the Fall of 2017. 


Topics we are currently working on for workshops include but are not limited to:


  • Tenets of the Christian Community Development Association
  • Neighboring 101
  • Navigating the Milwaukee Public School System
  • Job Creation and Microfinance
  • Community Organizing in your Neighborhood
  • Reconciliation and Restorative Justice
  • Buying and Rehabbing in the Central City

Dates and Times coming soon...


If you are interested in participating, please contact Tim.