Mustard Seed Preschool is a ministry of Berkeley Covenant Church and is located on the church campus. The school was founded in 1979 as a Christian preschool dedicated to excellence in early childhood education. We respect children’s individual needs, skills, and interests and allow them to explore, create and grow at their own pace. We treat each child with love and respect as a unique individual, created in the image of loving God. We encourage children to love themselves, others and all of creation.
First Sundays of every month members of Berkeley Covenant church bring hymns, prayer and friendship to the residence at Kyakameena Nursing Facility at 2131 Carleton St. in Berkeley.
Harbor house is a multi-ethnic, Christian non-profit organization in Oakland working through God’s grace and mercy to create positive, systemic change for individuals and our community. They have has assisted over 100,000 people through formalized tutoring and after-school programs, ESL classes, emergency food and clothing distribution, business development projects, and spiritual mentoring for a diverse population of low-income, under-privileged persons. Berkeley Covenant participates annually in the Adopt-A-Family Advent program, which provides Christmas gifts for families in need.
St. Mary Magdalen Parish in Berkeley provides meals for people in need 1st and 4th Sundays from 2:45-5:00pm. Members of BCC volunteer with others in the Berkeley area to help setup, serve and clean up.
Project Peace East Bay has been active in Berkeley and Oakland since 2006, and was officially incorporated as a 501(c)3 California nonprofit in December 2007. Project Peace exists to create partnerships between local churches and social service providers that work together for just and sustainable communities in Berkeley, Oakland, and surrounding areas.
“Sprouting” from the ministry of Mustard Seed Preschool and New Hope Covenant Church, this school strives to meet the needs of children whose families live below the poverty level.
This is a pastoral training center for Hispanic church planters, pastors and lay leaders.