Evangelism for the everyday person.
Join us for a night of inspiration and learning about sharing our faith. Pastor Rondale Terry will be sharing his stories of God’s interruptions and opportunities. He will also be giving us practical ways to share our faith with any and everyone we meet.
Join us for a night of community, ministry highlights, and a conversation about Belonging and Becoming: Thriving in the City as a Family.
This is a FREE event
Doors open at 6:30pm, Program begins at 7:00pm.
Today's families face many competing demands and challenges. How can we create a home that honors the best of where we come from and embraces the emerging challenges and opportunities of life in the 21st century? It’s easy to get stuck reacting to the unhelpful patterns. Or it’s tempting to mirror the default values of safety, security, self-focus and material success that have characterized our culture. We know that simplistic, rule-based and one-size fits all approaches won’t work. Now more than ever, we need a vision for family that is creative, intentional, soulful and globally aware.
Families come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you have children, hope to have children, parent solo or with a partner, your household can be a place of BELONGING, where each person feels safe, cared for and loved AND a place of BECOMING, where you help one another develop who you are for the good of the world.
Join authors Mark and Lisa Scandrette for this practical session based on their latest book, Belonging and Becoming: Creating A Thriving Family Culture. Together we will explore tools and practices that can help your family thrive.
Mark and Lisa Scandrette are cofounders of ReIMAGINE: A Center for Integral Christian Practice. They lead an annual series of retreats, workshops, and projects designed to help participants apply spiritual wisdom to everyday life. They live in the Mission District of San Francisco and have three young adult children. Mark is the author of Practicing the Way of Jesus and together they coauthored Free: Spending Your Time and Money on What Matters Most.
Discipleship Training School is a six-month program in which students are immersed in weekly learning alongside continual ministry involvement. Students spend three months in downtown San Francisco, learning from a variety of teachers and working with initiatives of YWAM SF, then three months overseas, where they are plunged into full-time, daily ministry.
The Winter DTS runs from January to June, with an outreach focus on Italy and the Mediterranean. Since 2002, YWAM San Francisco has been committed to sending DTS teams to Rome, Italy. This consistency has allowed for long-term relationships with our contacts in the country and develop a passion and understanding for how God is moving in Italy.
Join us for an evening fundraiser featuring theologian and urban missiologist Dr. Ray Bakke. This is a free event by RSVP. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
6pm Hor d'oeuvres, Local Desserts, Live Music,
and Property Tours
7pm Program Begins
YWAM San Francisco started as a small seed of faith, planted more than 20 years ago. Since then, we’ve put down roots and watched the ministry grow. As we’ve committed to a place, God has borne fruit — relationships, discipleship and transformation — in the midst of our neighborhood. As we look forward, we’re continuing a commitment to our call by paying down the mortgage on our ministry center, digging deeper and preparing for the harvest ahead.
Aside from being a hill-bomb dreamland, San Francisco is a city rich in skateboarding history. It's home to famous street spots such as Pier 7, 3rd & Army, Hubba Heaven and Wallenberg, as well as a community of influential skateboarders who take part in shaping the skate culture worldwide.
On Friday, August 26th, YWAM located at 357 Ellis Street, in San Francisco will be proud to host: An Evening Of Frank Dialogue On The State Of Race Relations And The Mounting Protests Over Police Abuse
Our panelists will be Jerallyn Brown-Blueford of the Alan Blueford Center For Justice: a mother whose son was slaughtered by an Oakland Police officer on May 6th 2012 and Jack Bryson of the Oscar Grant Foundation. Bryson’s sons were present with Oscar Grant on the BART platform on the evening that he was shot to death. That fateful night began Jack’s life of activism. The event will be moderated by Reverend Harry Louis Williams, II, a highly regarded Bay Area community activist and author of the bestselling novel Straight Outta East Oakland.
This event is free. Doors open at 6:30 for light refreshments. The program begins at 7:00 p.m. Don’t miss it! Bring a friend.
Join us for a panel discussion on leadership with Nancy Ortberg and Ruthie Kim.
This event is free and open to everyone.
Doors open at 6:30pm, event begins at 7pm.
NANCY ORTBERG is a gifted communicator who is passionate about helping people connect what they believe with their everyday lives. She is a founding partner of Teamworx2, a business and leadership consulting firm which provides fast-paced, practical and compelling sessions to leaders and their teams. Nancy serves as Director of Leadership Development at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church, where she works to create a dynamic and innovative approach to leadership development. She is the author of Looking for God: An Unexpected Journey Through Tattoos, Tofu & Pronouns, Unleashing the Power of Rubber Bands: Lessons in Non-Linear Leadership, and Seeing in the Dark: Finding God's Light in the Most Unexpected Places. www.nancyortberg.com
RUTHIE KIM is the founder of Because Justice Matters, a San Francisco ministry reaching and supporting women and girls who have faced violence, exploitation and isolation. She believes women and girls are powerful world-changers, and wants to do everything possible to make a way for them to know who they are and why they're on the planet. Ruthie believes all are purposed for thriving life. www.ruthiekim.com
Cities are complex. They’re living and breathing. Reaching a city with the Gospel requires multiple, diverse and strategic YWAM locations.
Explore contextualizing ministry and operating from multiple locations in a hyper-diverse, urban environment. Learn to smell, look and taste like the community in which you’re ministering.