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My name’s Kate and I’m a 1st-year Christ in the City missionary from Shermans Dale, PA.

What brought me to Christ in the City

I went to Christ in the City for spring break my sophomore year of college, and I experienced authenticity and acceptance there that I hadn’t experienced anywhere else. I went back again the next spring break, and then visited the summer before my senior year. With each visit, I wanted to be there – on the streets, in the house, in the chapel – more and more. As I considered what I’d do after college, I realized how much I had learned and changed each time I had visited CIC, so I knew that the next right step was becoming a CIC Missionary.

What I’m looking forward to

I’m most looking forward to the intentionality of life as a missionary. Everything we’ll do is meaningful and purposeful, from our time in the chapel to our street walks to our community nights to our household chores. I’m excited to live out that intentional life alongside other people.

A bit about me

I’m a woman of complexity, but I love the simple things in life like coffee and good conversation. I grew up out in the country, but I like living in the city. I studied bioengineering in college, but my favorite class was a writing class that I took with some men in a state correctional facility. I’m the kind of person who will have no mercy on you in a competition and then bake you cookies afterwards.


everyone deserves
to be known & loved

If you join me in the mission as a monthly supporter, you will also become part of Known & Loved, Christ in the City’s monthly giving community! We are so grateful for our monthly supporters and their consistent generosity which makes it possible for us missionaries to be formed and reach out the homeless all year-long.

Watch Zach’s testimony below to hear what it means to him to be Known & Loved.