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What is the San Francisco citywide Alpha?

There is a growing heart for unity, and an increasing hunger for a great move of evangelism among churches in San Francisco. if you are interested in learning more about Alpha and how it can be used in apartments, prisons, schools, the workplace, and the church, please fill out the interest form below.

How to participate

If you carry a heart for citywide church unity, evangelism, and are interested in participating in this unified San Francisco launch, we would like to invite you to sign up below.

Upcoming Events

August 4, 2023

Prayer and Vision Dinner for senior pastors and Alpha leads

August 19, 2023

Run Alpha Training

4 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Reality Church, 1325 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94117

Register Here

September 8, 2023

Citywide Prayer Night

7 p.m. | Epic Church 250 Stevenson Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

All participating churches are encouraged to attend. Anyone can attend.

Week of September 10, 2023

Citywide Alpha Launch

All Alpha courses launch across San Francisco this week.

October 13-14, 2023

Shared Alpha Retreat

A shared retreat with personal team time, hiking, bonfires, live talks, worship, meals, and translation in Spanish and Chinese, at a nearby center TBD.

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Workshops in this Track

Navigating the Waters of Faith and Politics

Speakers: John Wentz, Executive Director, Alpha USA, and Josh Williams, Associate National Director of Evangelism and Justice, Vineyard USA

This election year is ramping up to be as polarized as ever. Equip yourself and your teams to navigate the choppy waters of faith and politics during an election cycle. We have a massive opportunity to bring the goodness of God into these conversations or to leave people feeling alienated. Learn five top tips to help your conversations be filled with grace and truth and leave people feeling heard and honored.

Lessons in Evangelism from MLK’s nonviolent Movement

Speaker: Josh Williams, Associate National Director of Evangelism and Justice, Vineyard USA

How should the Church respond in the face of injustice? Hear how lessons from Martin Luther King Jr.’s nonviolent movement provide tools to speak out against injustice while presenting a compelling case for the gospel. Josh Williams, associate national director for evangelism and justice for Vineyard USA will host this workshop where you will hear stories and learn tangible practices for engaging injustice while extending the invitation for people to encounter Jesus.

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