Ekklesia…The Called Out Ones!

Dear Convergence Family, I’m so excited as we begin a new sermon series this Sunday!  For the coming weeks, we’ll be learning about “church.”  I know that there are some of us who have grown up in it, some of us who are just experiencing it for the first time at Convergence, some of us […]

Convergence Membership Classes Begin June 1st!

We are excited to announce that the process of membership will begin next month! In the past 5 years, you may have heard at some point Convergence Church being introduced as a church plant. About a year ago, Convergence officially shed the church plant title and received the title of member church by our denomination, […]

New Office!

For the past two and a half years, Convergence has had the privilege of holding worship services at DeFremery Park in West Oakland.  In that time, we have built relationships with the community through events like Day in the Park, Family Fun Night, and volunteering with What Now America.  In an effort to be more […]

Operation Christmas Child 2011

Operation Christmas Child is part of the work of Samaritan’s Purse, an international organization providing spiritual and physical aid to impoverished communities around the world. Operation Christmas Child is the opportunity to give children all over the world a shoebox of gifts for the holiday season filled with toys, goodies, and the message of God’s […]

A Thank-You Note from MLK Elementary

This summer, we took a love offering for MLK Elementary School teacher Lindsey Smallwood’s classroom supplies and materials. We received a package of thank-you notes, pictures, and drawings from Lindsey and her students telling us how the supplies have made a difference in their learning. Here’s what Lindsey said: Thank you so much friends at […]

What’s With the New Logo?

Notice something new on our website lately? No, you’re not seeing doubles…you’re seeing circles! Our new logo was designed by a member of our church family, Kelsey Jones, and holds significant meaning to the vision of our church. If you look closely, the circles are purposely drawn imperfectly to represent us, an imperfect people. In […]