“I think it says something to that person that walks in the door and they see us, and they know it’s a possibility,” he added. “We’re people from different cultures, woven into the fabric of Oakland, to display the beauty of God’s story.”
Join us on Saturday Jun 2nd at 5:00pm at 2035 40th Ave for a Prayer Walk through the Fruitvale neighborhood, where we will gather to pray for the flourishing of the city of Oakland and our new neighbors in the Fruitvale.
We are so grateful to announce that starting June 3rd at 10:30am, we will be meeting for worship at Learning Without Limits elementary school at 2035 40th Ave in the Fruitvale neighborhood of Oakland! There are so many things we love about the space itself and the way it suits our church's needs. But what we are really excited about is the opportunity to partner with a school that cares so deeply about its students.
A Tapestry is woven art. Its a rug with a picture. It’s sometimes a prayer mat, or a wall hanging, or a carpet. In it’s broadest definition, tapestry is a form of art practiced by Native Americans, South Africans, Europeans, Indians, Turks, and many others. It’s something practical that’s also beautiful and meaningful because a tapestry often carries symbols or tells a story that help to make sense of God, the world, and our lives.