Jordan and Katie Fischer are the Co-Founders of Hope In Our City. Together with their 4 children, they are excited to know and love their neighbors. Through their dozens of international trips and involvement with international organizations for over 12 years, they have a passion to serve refugees in their own backyard.
While Jordan is from Virginia, Katie is a native to Colorado. They enjoy the outdoors, skiing, golfing, hiking and any sports.
Ben manages Church and Volunteers Relations. He has seven years of non-profit and ministry experience working in Colorado and Virginia. He believes God calls His Church to care for the most vulnerable in society, including the stranger. Ben works to empower the local church to “love thy neighbor” by building relationships with at-risk communities. He believes that God works through relationships to affect lasting change.
Ben is from West Virginia, but he and his wife Kate now call Denver home. Ben and Kate have been married for 4 years and are both passionate about people, the arts, and food.
Courtney serves as Women's Relationship Coordinator. Through overseas trips, refugee resettlement and non-profit work, Courtney has developed a love and heart for creating space for community among the most vulnerable in the United States, specifically refugees. She believes God calls each of us to love our neighbor including the ethnically and religiously diverse, and believes that through cross-cultural relationships we may understand more fully our God who creates all in His image.
Courtney is from Boston, MA, and loves the outdoors, learning language and getting to know people over coffee.