Community. Family. Business.
We love our community, and the greatest accomplishment is to see our people fulfilling what they are called to do. Our role is not to be the hero, but to help people in becoming what they are called to.
We are all on a path. As we follow the direction of our compasses we run into barriers - some emotional, some career, some spiritual. We all need help at some point and we seek to create spaces and build relationships in order to make it happen.
We believe in our community and the people who make it up. We all carry baggage as it result of the wounds inflicted on us throughout life. Relationships can help us remove some bags and empower us to walk again. Relationships also can strengthen us to move forward with the bags that we struggle to put down. We want to empower people to live out their dreams and purpose, using the talents they have. Overall empowerment is possible for each individual and it sometimes looks different, but what is common is that empowerment often happens in community. We develop relationships through intentional time together where we eat, hang, and serve together.
A Message from Wes:
"Bond, James Bond... actually it is more like Collective, Community Collective!"
Spiderman, Black Panther, Frodo Baggins - One thing that all heroes need is someone who helps them on their way. The story of our lives are much the same. No one can do life alone. The answer to many of life's greatest struggles is community! The Community Collective is community center that seeks to provide a place that provides services, opportunity, and pathways to empower and development our community to reach what they feel most called too. We love the arts, business, families, hobbies and our community. The one thing every person has in common is that we all have a next step to take. Our hope is that Community Collective is a place where the people of our community are able to teach one another, encourage one another and build each other up! As the great philosophers John Lennon and Paul McCartney once said, "Come Together".