There is much more than "church" happening at any given moment in BerkChurch. We share our building with many amazing and inspiring organizations. Most of these groups offer public events for you to attend and connect with the neighborhood. Please take advantage of these offerings!
If you would like to be one of these organizations, please see our Space Usage page.
“There is such a good feeling in BerkChurch. Every time we come, we feel such welcoming, positive energy.”
Martin Cenderfield, AA
“We love to dance in the hall.”
Samantha Jones, dancer
Jill Carstens, teacher at Milestones Preschool, offers a part-day program for children beginning at age 2 and a half. The Reggio-Emilia philosophy inspires curriculum, with an added emphasis on gaining positive social skills in preparation for the school-age years.
Drop-In Fridays are available for those interested!
BerkChurch and Regis have been partners for the last eight years through the music program and liturgical art program. Currently, Berkeley hosts Regis student and faculty concerts, partners with the ecumenical ministry on campus, and hosts studio space for artist, Ken Phillips.
Twice a week (Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00), AA meets in the BerkChurch library to support and help those struggling with addiction. AA is a powerful, 12 step program that has helped millions transform their lives.
Terri Jo Jenkins Music Lesson Studio
Private lessons are available for piano, guitar, voice, & flute. Group classes in guitar & performance are scheduled in the summer months.
English Country Dance
Bluecreek Motorcycle Training
A great place to learn to ride!
UCC Renewing Church Fund
This special fund of the UCC for strengthening congregations and renewing churches has generously been supporting BerkChurch for the past three years! It has been helping to fund some of our more "edgy" initiatives like Soul Soup!, Wine & Spirit, OWL education, and Community Meals. If you would like to contribute to this fund, please do so! This support has been instrumental to Berkeley's ministry.