Cooperative Living in Shared Homes and Cohousing Apartments
Residents in Intentional Community seek to share their life in Christ more fully as an integral component of the education and formation at Fuller Theological Seminary. Madison Square is a cohousing community of self-contained apartment units with a central common house. This community is open to students, faculty and staff from all three schools of the seminary. Singles, couples and families are all welcome.
Madison Square offer a lifestyle of education through intentional community living. The corporate core values of Fuller’s Intentional Community include:
- Shared leadership
- Consensus decision-making
- Common meals
- Regular community meetings (every 1-2 weeks)
- Community chores
- Various opportunities to build community
- Quarterly day retreats
- Hospitality to the seminary community
An Intentional Community Coordinator (ICC) is the Residential Community staff serving his or her respective Intentional Community. ICCs seek to serve as a communications link to Fuller Housing while encouraging the shared leadership model of the Intentional Communities.
Visit our Madison Square page below to view floor plans, photos, community quick facts, and a staff message and contact:
IC APPLICATION PROCESS
Applying to live in an Intentional Community involves three steps:
1. General Housing Application
2. Intentional Community Application
3. Interviews by Intentional Community Coordinators (They will contact you for interview times)
Decisions about new community members are based upon your understanding and commitment to community living and the respective community covenant.
If you have questions or problems regarding this process, please contact:
Director, Residential Community.
Fuller Housing, Student Service Center, Lower Level
250 N. Madison Ave., Pasadena, CA 91101
Office: (626) 584-5464 · Fax: (626) 204-2074