Gubbio's Guiding Principles
All people, especially those who are living on the streets or have mental health or substance abuse issues, are worthy of respect, dignity, and loving kindness.
The Church has historically been an open space of sanctuary and shelter for those seeking shelter.
While the Gubbio Project’s specific activities might change over time, our mission to provide a sacred space and care services for those in need of a safe, compassionate respite that places dignity and respect in the highest regard will not change.
The Gubbio Project is on the front lines of homelessness, and addresses basic needs of all people: a sense of safety, belonging, and calm.
Compassion is a covenant between equals; not a relationship between healer and wounded.
The Gubbio Project is unconditional giving. Everyone is welcome.
The Gubbio Project works to nurture a sense of understanding and shared responsibility in the broader church, school, and neighborhood communities.
The Gubbio Project’s homeless guests are served best by staff and volunteers who have a firsthand understanding of their struggles.