Programs

Arizona Missions Trip is InterVarsity’s spring break mission trip to the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation in Cibecue, Arizona.

CUP has been working in Chicago for over 20 years. We are based on the Westside of Chicago working in the neighborhoods of Austin, Hermosa, Humboldt Park and North Lawndale.

The Denver Urban Program hosts both a week long Denver Urban Plunge and a 5 week long Denver Urban Project.

The Des Moines Urban Plunge is five days of exploring God’s heart for restorative justice and His ministry to the poor and marginalized in the city of Des Moines.

In Detroit, we partner with Mack Ave. Community Church as our local partner family.

These immersion experiences are opportunities to explore what it means to make peace with the land. God gave people the responsibility to take care of Creation.

Fresno Urban Programs seek to allow college students to engage the gospel in the inner city context.

Spend 6 weeks with other college students living, working, and serving alongside local organizations in North Philadelphia while discussing gospel themes of shalom, justice, reconciliation, identit

Jesus, Justice, Poverty Institute (formerly known as the Bay Area Urban Project) exists to support ministries on our college and university campuses in equipping and developing Christian staff and

The Intervarsity ministry in Los Angeles represents over 1500 students on more than 20 campuses across Los Angeles.
The Pink House exists to equip college students to become urban leaders by engaging the gospel in an inner-city context.

Over the past ten years, ServeUP New Orleans has had a strong history of serving the Gulf Coast and the city of New Orleans post Hurricane Katrina.

The Tacoma Urban Program is a six-week experience for students to explore God's heart for the city of Tacoma.

The Tampa Urban Project (TUP) is a place where Jesus will empower you to overcome every kind of evil in the world.

God has called us to act justly, love mercy and walk humbly with our God (Micah 6:8), but what does that look like?

Located in the Nation's Capitol, the Washington DC Urban Program explores the intersections of poverty and wealth and power and disenfranchisement-- all present in our own city.

West Virginia is a mostly rural state with high poverty, low high school graduation rates and was recently named the most depressed state in the US.