Faith in Action Program

Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity

Since our beginning, Habitat has been built on a foundation of faith. Our mission is to build safe, affordable housing with people in our community and around the world, and that comes from a desire to put God’s love into action.

We are God’s hands and feet, here to serve others and show them His love. The tangible experiences that Habitat provides allow you to engage those around you, live your faith, and offer a unique opportunity to love your neighbor.

Every faith can be put into action.

Opportunities to Engage

Apostles Build

Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity is partnering with  local Christian churches to be the hands and feet of Jesus. This ecumenical build raises walls, funds, and prayers to make a difference in the life of a local family.

Read about the Apostles Build!

Interfaith Build for Unity

Bringing together a dedicated group of volunteers from a diverse set of religious backgrounds, the IBU encourages people to put aside their differences, put their faith into action, and to work together to build  homes, communities, and hope.

Interfaith Programs

Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity works with people of all faiths and no faith. Our interfaith initiatives bring together people of diverse faith traditions to build homes, form relationships, and engage in constructive dialogue about affordable homeownership.

Global Impact

In addition to supporting the local community, Pikes Peak Habitat tithes 10 percent of all undesignated funds to Habitat international development projects and invites volunteers to engage globally through our service trips.

Keeping God @ the Center

Keeping God @ the Center

Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity is committed to operating as a global, highly effective, and totally inclusive Christian organization remaining true to its vision, mission, and principles as the foundation for all that it says and does. We call this effort Keeping God @ the Center. This commitment includes:

  • Living as people of faith and spirit
  • Seeking to discern God’s will
  • Letting our core documents guide us
  • Celebrating our history