As farmers, we have learned from the land. We prioritize rural communities in an effort to keep people in community, to protect indigenous knowledge, and to nurture rootedness and good stewardship for future generations.
As Christians, we are called to love our neighbors. We seek to partner with visionary leaders who use their faith to inspire a mindset change in community, responding to God’s call to service and justice.
As practitioners, we sit with people in their brokenness. We prioritize grassroots initiatives that rise up from communities marked by migration, violence, and exclusion to promote healing and reconciliation.
We are Centros.
Today we are announcing that the Center for Sharing is changing our name to Centros, which in Spanish is plural for center. Centros conveys that our mission is not a single thing, not practiced in a single place, nor represented in a single way.