New year, new possibilities
Remembering 2017 and planning for God to move in 2018
At the Bay Area Christian Church, we have two
focuses that we hope to pass on to everyone:
God and good.
We are group of people striving to practice Christianity just like the Bible describes in the New Testament. You could say we are a “family of New Testament Christians.” We go by the Bible, we love each other, and we are passionate about changing lives with the good news of Christianity. We meet at multiple services throughout the Bay Area – one big church family, spread across multiple locations.
There are several ways to get involved with us if you’re looking to be a part of our community. If you’re interested in joining us for a Sunday or midweek service, check out our Find a Service page, or drop us a line with any questions you may have and we can put you in touch with someone from our location nearest you. We’re looking forward to meeting you!
Check out our collection of tools and resources that will help you apply the Bible to your every day life.
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This is the most honest, genuine and passionate group of people who are amazing at helping the community. If you're looking for normal people who don't pretend to be perfect, this is the church for you.Phil JohnsonBACC Member
Best church in the Bay hands down! Love how diverse the church is, and everyone is so welcoming. This is more than a church. It's a community. It's a family! People here genuinely want to get to know you, and you immediately feel loved.Roger LabaguenBACC Member
Great church and great people to be around! When I moved here I looked around the Bay Area for a good church to attend and BACC is definitely on point with their services. I love how real the relationships are and how the bible is used for spiritual growth.Jesus McDonaldBACC Member
Not only was this church a great place land and meet some really great and genuine people, it also helped me to deepen my walk with God by helping me to find the faith to tackle areas of my life where I felt hopeless to change.Kristi PedersonBACC Member