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Youthquake 2015

Registration and consent forms: Youthquake 2015

Please let your youth (high school through 2nd year college) know that we are having the 4th Youthquake on Friday, Sept. 18 to Saturday, Sept 19, 2015 at First Baptist Church, 1515 Santa Clara, Alameda,  CA.  This is an event that brings youth together from many churches to worship, fellowship, and serve the Lord in missions.  Youth stay overnight at the church.  Saturday is our mission day.

It begins on Friday with 6-7 pm registration, 7 pm the program starts.  We’ll have an outstanding missionary speaker.

Saturday begins with a local missionary speaker who has been working over 20 years with recovering addicts.  After our early morning worship, we will head out to various mission sites around the Bay Area.  Sites include, City Team SF, World Impact Oakland, Allen Temple Street Disciples, Richmond Rescue Mission, Alameda Food Bank, Seafarers Ministry of the Golden Gate, Abode Services in Fremont (a family homeless shelter program), Continue reading

Connecting Generations

Seven Workshops Announced for Spring Conference

Theme – “Connecting Generations”
Saturday, June 6 – First Baptist Church of Alameda

Full details and registration here.

Rev. Dr. Joe DeRoulhacSeven workshops will be featured at PCBA’s 15th Spring Conference on Saturday, June 6 at the First Baptist Church of Alameda.  They will explore the theme, “Connecting Generations,” which will be introduced by the Guest Leader, Joe DeRoulhac, distinguished former pastor of the First Baptist Church of Redlands.

The workshops will include “Story of One Church, FBC Redlands (given twice, led by Joe DeRoulhac), “Health/Body of Christ” (Linda Bergeon, FBC, Alameda), “Mentoring Across Age Gaps” (Allison Tanner, Lakeshore Ave. Baptist Church), Intergenerational Worship (Brian Hunter, Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist, Berkeley), “The Gift of Archetypes” (Sandra Lee, Lakeshore), “You are Now and the Future” (Gerald Mann, Sunset Ministry, San Francisco), and “Becoming Family” (Katie Choy-Wong, New Life Christian Fellowship, Castro Valley).