Christopher Miller, a member of the 2001 Calvin College Summer Seminar, New Urbanism and Communities of Faith, supported the Wealthy-Jefferson Neighborhood Design Charrette, organized by Jonathan Bradford of the Inner City Christian Federation in 2002. The seminar and the charrette was directed by Philip Bess, now the Notre Dame University School of Architecture graduate director. The charrette team included Patrick Pinnell, Douglas Duany, Peter Swift, Patrick Seligman, Cecilia Holloman, Heather Aldridge, Kim DeStigter, Brad Frey, Benjamin Northrup, David Gobel, and Jim Reminga. The charrette production was supported by Andrews University students and Judson student Nathaniel Brooks. See the ongoing effort at Wealthy-Jefferson Development Initiative.