1 Day Hands-on Ministry Conference

City Impact Conference 2018 is Here!

City Impact Conference is a one day experience filled with worship and Biblical justice by tangibly serving in 45+ outreaches. Join THOUSANDS of people to gather and scatter for this one day experience to INTERVENE on behalf of the people in the inner city of San Francisco!

This year gather in worship with Hillsong San Francisco and hear stories to be encouraged by Pastors Efrem Smith and Doug Bergsma before serving in your outreach. 

Register now for $49 Tickets! 

Genentech Serve Day

On Wednesday, June 13, we held the Genentech Serve Day to intervene on behalf of the people in the inner city of San Francisco. About 30 team members from Genentech volunteered through Adopt a Building, delivering 212 meals to shut-in residents as well as our Kids Summer Kick Off Party. 150 inner city kids came to the party for games, prices and fun! 

Thanks you so much Genentech and team members for leveraging your resources for the benefit of others! We are changing one life at a time! 

City Impact Conference

City Impact Conference is a one day hands-on ministry experience to gather for worship and to scatter and serve in over 45+ outreaches. Each year, thousands of team members gather at the historic Warfield Theater for the morning session and move out to serve and gather back for the afternoon session. 

This year, outreaches, Kids Carnival and Sports Bash have filled up quickly as we prepare for a full day of worship and serving in the presence of God. Register now to sign up for outreaches including: Meal Delivery, Sit Down Street Cafe, Building Parties, and more! 

Check out the City Impact Conference 2018 Trailer below: 


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Bobby's Story

When you face an obstacle or hurdle that stands in the way of your destiny, you can either see them as an excuse, or a tool to learn and rise above. Bobby is someone who is well familiar with both. Bobby became addicted to meth in his 20's, later began hearing voices after using speed amphetamine, contracted HIV after using a needle that was tampered with, and was diagnosed with ataxia, a crippling disease. 

Bobby has lived with limitations and the excuses became so common to him:

"...But I hear the voices...." 

"...I just don't want to be a burden to anyone...."

It was when Bobby stopped at the Rescue Mission he first heard the gospel. I thought it was "cool" as many other attributes of a God that would chase after him. 

Bobby's wonder of who God is has grown tremendously after being a vital member within a community that loves him and surrounds him with support. 

What formerly shrouded Bobby's mind with doubt, accusations and fear has now turned into laughter, joy and a wonder of God.  

No longer can you hear a resounding series of excuses but laughs and an exclaiming, "praise Jesus!" 

Thank you to all the volunteers, supporters and donors that drive this ministry and intervene on behalf of someone like Bobby!

"Jesus, was in my heart as well, and he knows my heart. That's why I am slowly but surely figuring out my destiny in life." says Bobby. "I'm more clear minded now, I'm not out of control, I'm not making a mess anymore, and I appreciate that, the LORD's gift, he's given me." 

Bobby is one of the many that have been served through Adopt a Building and our Rescue Mission

Spring Season: Mission Teams

Throughout the year San Francisco City Impact receives mission team members who want to come to the inner city of San Francisco, step into a new context, and intervene on behalf of the people in the Tenderloin District (inner city of SF). 

One of the busier seasons is during the spring where over 450 team members come to serve others during the week. This week City Impact is hosting teams from Sacramento, Davis, San Diego, Folsom, Manteca as well as Idaho, Washington and Colorado. What an amazing picture of God's sons and daughters coming together as one. 

Check out the video update with Pastor Andrew McCourt from Bayside Church with our Founder, Roger Huang, as well as the photos below.