Wednesdays @ Faith

Wednesdays @ Faith are our mid-week family nights.  Four Wednesdays a month we offer a variety of discipleship and fellowship activities for all age groups.


Wild Wednesdays (Grades 1-5)

We love kids and families, and we have a lot of them.  Wild Wednesdays is a midweek ministry for kids in grades 1-5.  They meet from 6:30-8pm on the first, second, and third Wednesdays of every month for games, Bible lessons, snacks, and fellowship.  The night begins with free time that includes crafts, basketball, foosball, a go-kart and much more.  They then spend time hearing a Bible story based on the theme for the year, followed by an organized craft or activity.  The night ends with a light snack. All kids are welcome!

Reflect & Revive (All ages)

Discipleship is at the heart of everything we do at FCF.  Reflect & Revive happens on Wednesday evenings at the same time as Wild Wednesdays (6:30-8pm), as a mid-week spiritual check-in. We reflect on Scripture, our relationship with God, and leave revived and refreshed for the rest of our week.  Discussion revolves around two questions: 1) What is God saying to me, and 2) What am I going to do about it?  Contact us for information on our current class or topic.

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Prayer Night (All ages)

On the fourth Wednesday of the each month, we have our monthly Prayer Night.  All are welcome to join us at 7pm to pray for our community, each other, and our church.  Occasionally, Prayer Night might be more intentionally focused on a particular topic or need.



We offer a variety of groups beyond Wednesdays @ Faith that focus on discipleship and community in more specific ways.


TNT (High School & 20's)

Teens N Twenties - or TNT, for short - is for high school students and twenty-somethings.  Led by an outstanding group of volunteers, they meet on first & third Sundays of the month for food, Bible study, and games.  They also get together through-out the year for campouts, water skiing, and various other outings just for fun.

Faith builders (MEN)

Faith Builders is a weekly men's Bible study that meets every Saturday morning from 8-9am in our Education Center.  Join in at any time for donuts, coffee, Bible study, prayer, and mutual encouragement.  Contact Us to find out what the current topic is, and make plans to join us this week!

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Friendship (SPECIAL NEEDS)

Friendship is the longest-running ministry at Faith Christian Fellowship.  For over 40 years, we have offered a weekly opportunity for adults with special needs to gather together for worship and fellowship.  Friendship provides a place for such adults to form friendships and connections, while also being ministered to through songs, prayer, Bible study, and social interaction.

Home Groups (All ages)

Home Groups provide an intergenerational opportunity to explore the many ways we can live out our Core Values in our unique lives and communities.  They provide an opportunity for fellowship, Bible study, prayer, and service. They are a place where we can know and be known by a smaller, more intimate group of people.  Groups set their own schedules, meet in private homes, and are formed as the need arises.


Faith Christian Fellowship is a church deeply committed to actively engaging in the renewing and restoring work of the gospel of Jesus in our communities.  For that reason, we are constantly looking for ways to serve our community, neighbors, and world.  From financially supporting local and overseas missionaries to literally getting our hands dirty with local schools, we serve in a variety of ways through annual service projects and seeking ways to meet occasional, unplanned needs.  Here's a sample of some of the ways we have sought to put our faith into action over the past few years in a combination of ongoing service opportunities and responding to immediate needs...

  • Annual Walnut Creek Community Service Day
  • Collect and donate over 300 pairs of socks and shoes for Syrian refugees
  • Coordinate, collect, and donate blankets, baby clothes, and food for families affected by the Napa fire
  • Annual summer food box collection and drive in partnership with Monument Crisis Center.
  • Support missionaries in West Africa and Cambodia with financial gifts and supply drives
  • Donate & serve lunch to families and new students of Oak Grove Middle School at orientation
  • Financially support Tapestry Church in downtown Oakland
  • Donated materials and built a garden at Fair Oaks Elementary School

We also invite the community to use our space for meetings, family gathering and events, local clubs, emergency response groups and training, literacy programs through CSU East Bay, adoption and foster care training, children's theater groups, community choirs, and many more!  We are committed to being a resource and help to the East Bay community and beyond.