Faith.

Faith is a gift from God that does not depend on any level of human intelligence.

Friendships.

Our program model encourages the development of one-on-one, personal, and meaningful relationships: true friendships.

Belonging.

We long for the day when people of all abilities are fully accepted—and expected—in the Body of Christ.
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What People Say About Friendship

“I’ve learned so much about God [at Friendship]. I’ve learned that I’m never alone. I always have Jesus with me…and I always have other people who care about me too.”

A Friend from Iowa

It was amazing to pray with Kristen…. Although I did not completely understand Kristen’s words, I felt the presence of the Holy Spirit surround us. I learned the art of what Kristen and I can do together in ministry, instead of what I can do for Kristen.

Noel, Mentor

“We’ve used God, Our Father, Jesus, Our Savior, and when we realized we are coming to the end of The Spirit, Our Helper we just about died! We are really happy with this material, and pleased to find that more is available.”

Elsie, Group Leader

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From the Blog

The Heart Behind Friendship

The Heart Behind Friendship

by Karen Pimpo Happy Valentine’s Day! Today is a time to celebrate love. At Friendship, we get excited about love. It’s at the very core of what we do. We recognize that ALL people – regardless of ability – are […]

Friendship House Update

Friendship House Update

Ten years ago, we published a newsletter article about a new, unique community that was just getting started at Western Theological Seminary. Did you ever wonder whether it “worked?” Keep reading to find out! by Matt Floding, Director of Ministerial Formation, […]

Friendship House

The Friendship House

Ten years ago, we published the following article about a new, unique community that was just getting started at Western Theological Seminary. Did you ever wonder whether it “worked?” Stay tuned for next week’s blog to find out! When a […]

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