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Since Easter Sunday 2006, Christ Church has sought to help people meet God, grow in relationship with Him and each other, and seek the flourishing of the East Bay. Though we now span three Sunday service locations, neighborhood parishes that meet Monday through Saturday foster deeper relationships that can respond to the needs of Berkeley, Oakland and Lafayette.

Sunday Worship Services

At Christ Church people from various walks of life gather together on Sundays. Join us at any of our three locations.

Monday through Saturday in Community

At Christ Church, we seek to serve God and love each other every day of the week through both planned events and spontaneous gatherings. We have local community groups, special events, and classes throughout the week. Many of us also use the Book of Common Prayer to keep us connected to the worldwide Christian community.


Christ Church’s congregation is organized into neighborhood parishes under our three locations, to help keep people who are geographically close spiritually connected.

Kids, Youth and Families

All kids are welcome at Christ Church! All three of our locations offer during-service childcare for infants and toddlers and age-appropriate classes for preschoolers through fifth grade. We have a growing group of middle and high schoolers, who meet together periodically to discuss the sermon, meet with adult mentors and hang out together.


Christ Church is committed to seeking the flourishing of Berkeley, Oakland and Lafayette. In 2006, we founded the non-profit organization Project Peace to help connect volunteers, in churches and our broader community, with local partner organizations. Through periodic Days of Service organized by Project Peace, we’ve painted murals, cleaned school lockers, picked up trash, weeded a regional shoreline and much more. We also host a daily breakfast at our Berkeley location, organized by the Dorothy Day House.