3 Openings at Radical Living in New York City

Written by Mark Van Steenwyk : September 17, 2008

Radical Living–a new monastic community in New York City–has rooms for 1 female and 2 males. They are, from what I’ve heard, one of the more “solid” new communities out there, so this would be a great opportunity for those of you interested in living in intentional community.

Here’s some info about Radical Living:

Radical Living is an intentional community located in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. They are a multicultural, intergenerational and non-denominational community of artists, workers and students that includes single men and women, a married couple, three dogs and a cat.

There are three houses–Hart House, Marcy House and Pulaski House–connected to Radical Living. They are located within one block from each other and function as one community with 17 members (not counting the dogs and cat).

In essence they are dedicated to living a meditative, prophetic and prayerful life, centered in Christ, engaged in their neighborhood, concerned with social justice, and led by the Holy Spirit.

Please call either 917.459.3813 or 212.444.2701, or email to request an application.

Mark Van Steenwyk is the editor of He is a Mennonite pastor (Missio Dei in Minneapolis), writer, speaker, and grassroots educator. He lives in South Minneapolis with his wife (Amy), son (Jonas) and some of their friends.

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