MISSIONAL COMMUNITIES

As a growing movement of missional communities (churches) we believe in the constant movement of God’s mission in multiplication.  For the Kingdom, for the city, for our world – we are committed to the Holy Spirit’s work sending us out as agents of transformation, reconciliation, and redemption.

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The Fellowship Church

A "New" Kind of Church - We are a Christ Centered Community Devoted to Living Out the Great Commandment as an Oversized Family.

Website: www.fellowshipsanleandro.com
Contact: jsmitty73@gmail.com


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Smalltown Society 

Smalltown Society is a community of artists and advocates from diverse backgrounds coming together to engage in the stories of human struggle for meaning and justice.

Website: www.smalltownsociety.com
Contact: paulk@firstpreshayward.com


 
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Justice House

Justice House is deeply rooted in the fertile soil of the justice of God. We believe three things about our call:

1) we must be intentional about caring for the traditionally marginalized;

2) we must focus our energies on looking for ways to encourage self-determination for all people; and

3) we must remain obedient to this call even when it means taking personal and organizational risks to confront and contend with the forces of Empire.

www.justicehouseoakland.org
debra@justicehouseoakland.org


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Kairos Fellowship

Kairos Fellowship is a family who follows Jesus Christ and commits to loving our neighbors as they are, seeking justice and pursuing God's shalom in the Bayview-Hunters Point community and to the City of San Francisco.

Website: www.kairosfellowship-sf.org
Contact: newgensf@gmail.com


The vigorous, continual planting of new congregations is the single most crucial strategy for
1) the numerical growth of the Body of Christ in any city, and
2) the continual corporate renewal and revival of the existing churches in a city. Nothing else–not crusades, outreach programs, para-church ministries, growing mega-churches, congregational consulting, nor church renewal processes–will have the consistent impact of dynamic, extensive church planting. This is an eyebrow raising statement. But to those who have done any study at all, it is not even controversial.
— Tim Keller