Southeast Missional Community

The Southeast Missional Community started meeting regularly as a response to many years of God calling UrbanLife to spread into the Southeast neighborhoods. Our missional community is composed of young families, singles, and local teens committed to seeing God's kingdom seep deeper into Southeastern San Diego. Formerly an agricultural hub in our city, Southeast has been thoroughly urbanized over the last decades, struggling to create and protect healthy spaces for the predominantly black, Asian and Latino/a youth.

In February, 2015, we inaugurated UrbanLife Farms' newest production garden near Euclid and Imperial (formerly known as "the four corners of death"). The missional community stewards the farm and employs teens from local schools. We have begun partnering with the Southeast Community Church congregation to create a regular, creative space for youth in the form of an Open Mic Night on Fridays.

All who are interested in visiting our weekly worship this summer are welcome to hear more about what God is doing in Southeast! 

Where: 6255 Radio Drive

When: Sundays 4 p.m.

Who: Contact Amanda Jordan-Starks for more information at