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  • Phone: (510) 569-5060
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  • Mailing Address: 4292 Keller Ave, Oakland, CA 94506 

Service Times

  • Sundays: Two services at 9 am and 11 am

 

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Welcome to Sequoyah Community Church

Whether it's your first time or you've recently joined the Sequoyah family, we want to welcome you and also help you look for ways to get more connected and involved. Our services are Sundays at 9 am and 11 amBelow you will find information to help you get to know us. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact us.

Our Mission

To be a relationally focused, biblically centered, Spirit driven community committed to knowing & following Jesus Christ authentically and creatively to serve our family, friends, community and world.

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What should I expect during a Sunday service?

You can expect lively music and an encouraging message. Our congregation is an active part of the service. You’ll find people lifting their hands, singing, shouting, and clapping as part of their worship to our God who is real and present. We also take time to pray for one another, receive a financial offering, and hear a biblically-centered talk from one of our pastors.

Is there a dress code at Sequoyah?

We want you to dress comfortably - you’ll be loved equally in shorts and flip-flops as in a suit and tie! If you come from a tradition that dresses a certain way, we welcome you to dress accordingly. Casual, formal, and everything in-between... we’ll love you!

Am I required to give money during the offering?

Giving is a form of worship; however, we do not expect our guests to participate in the offering. It’s more important to us that you receive our hospitality during your visit. We desire that when people participate in giving, it is done in a spirit of freedom and gratitude to God.

I heard Sequoyah is a "pentecostal" church.  What does that mean?

Sequoyah is a member church of the General Council of the Assemblies of God, a fellowship of churches who hold to several key distinctive doctrines. One of these doctrines, or core beliefs, is that all Christians have the privilege and opportunity to be brought into a dynamic and powerful experiential relationship with the Spirit of God. Physical evidence of such an encounter includes speaking in unknown, heavenly languages (tongues), as well as other unique physical manifestations that indicate an encounter with gifts of the Spirit and in keeping with His word.

What is Sequoyah doing in the community?

We believe in the importance of being a source of life and hope for Oakland and the surrounding community. Our church partners with local schools, early childhood development centers, shelters, convalescent homes, community beautification, and after school tutoring.

We would love to see you soon!

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