Transforming the world through each sphere of society
About the Transformasphere Movement
The Transformasphere Movement was birthed by members at Harvest Mission Community Church in Ann Arbor, Michigan who have a passion to see each of the major spheres within society and culture – Commerce, Healthcare Arts and Media, Religious Institutions, Government and Politics, Education, and Domestic Issues (CHARGED) – transformed by the Gospel message. The word “transformasphere”, broken down into its parts, means to “transform-a-sphere.” We believe that God calls his people to shine the radiance of Christ into the world, in all its areas, bringing restoration and value to communities in both word and deed. It is our hope that this generation will answer the call to make a worldwide difference for Jesus Christ.
The Community Club is a pioneer in Hong Kong’s corporate history of community services. It comprises employees from across Citi who actively contribute their time, skills and expertise towards local community development. The Community Club promotes volunteerism amongst our employees and prioritizes the allocation of resources for financial education, care of the under-privileged, and environmental conservation.
Our mission is to promote, represent and safeguard the interests of the business community in Hong Kong, and at the same time provide support, networks, training and business services to help the business community grow.
In lack of need in relief services in the territory, the society runs a range of humanitarian services to care for the underprivileged, such as schooling for children in hospitals, organising voluntary services in the ageing communities, organising uniform groups for youths and adults, and conducting first aid courses.
Hope of the City is Island ECC’s primary expression of care to the disadvantaged in Hong Kong. Hope of the City is uniquely positioned to draw greater resources and partnerships together to make an impact in some of the poorest districts in our city. Ministries of Hope of the City include: Home Visits (elderly and low-income families), After-school tutoring, Family outings, Door-to-door outreach, Mentoring Children.
The Council is committed to enhancing consumer welfare and empowering consumers to protect themselves. Consumers include consumers of goods and services and purchasers, mortgagors and lessees of immovable property.