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The Foundation of Knights of Carmel Mission, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit registered with the Internal Revenue Service and the State of California. The Foundation of Knights was formed to allow brother knights, parishioners and friends the opportunity to donate and support the projects endorsed by the Knights of Columbus of Carmel Mission and receive the permitted tax benefit.
The purpose and mission of Creation Summit is to reinforce the faith of Christian students and persuade the unbeliever by sharing the creation evidence and, thereby, showing the Bible to be a reliable document. This not only assures them of their origin, but paves the way for evangelism. Once students realize they’re created beings (and not the product of natural selection), they’re much more receptive to the Gospel.
Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital is a Seventh-day Adventist Christian health sciences institution, who seeks to further the healing and teaching ministry of Jesus Christ “to make man whole” by: Educating ethical and proficient Christian health professionals and scholars through instruction, example, and the pursuit of truth.
Stone Creek Zen Center is a Buddhist practice center in the Soto tradition, dedicated to the dharma teachings of awakening to reality and living compassionately in this impermanent, interdependent world. The core activity at the center is zazen, or wholehearted sitting here and now. Members of this sangha aim to extend their practice throughout each day, living consciously as part of the interconnected web of beings supporting one another’s lives.
Muslim American Society of Minnesota (MAS-MN) is a charitable, religious, social, cultural, educational, and non-profit organization. It is a pioneering Islamic organization, an Islamic revival and reform movement that uplifts the individual, the family, and the society.
St. Mary Queen of Creation’s mission statement states in part that “we are here to know, love, and serve God, and to make Jesus Christ known and visible.” They make Jesus, Christ known and visible through their actions here in the St. Mary Food Pantry. The pantry was created to serve the needs of the hungry in our community without regard to race, creed or religious affiliation. Its work stems from Christ’s biblical mandate as expressed in Matthew 25, “I was hungry and you fed me…” “I tell you, whenever you did this for one of the least important of these brothers of mine, you did it for me.”