Christ for All Nations Lutheran Church

Christ for All Nations Lutheran Church is a vibrant Christian community with a rich history and an urgent mission. We’re joyously sharing the love of Jesus — through service, fellowship and worship — with our fellow San Franciscans and beyond.

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Last month’s Kit Day was a wonderful time of fellowship as we filled 300 backpacks with school supplies for students in need. These backpack kits will be donated to a school in our local community. Thank you to all who gave their donations, prayers, and time towards this project!


Our kits are here!
CFAN is hosting another World Vision Kit Day event. This time, we’ll be building 300 school supply kits for donation to elementary aged students in our local community. Praise God for this opportunity to serve others!


You're invited to Summer at CFAN!

Christ for All Nations presents a Summer Piano Concert of classical piano music featuring acclaimed pianists Nayantara Jain and Alexander Stabile. The program will feature works by Rachmaninoff, Haydn, Scriabin and more, and will be preceded by a short musicological lecture about the composers. All are welcome!

Sat. June 15th | 5 PM | Doors open 4:30
Free Admission & Free Parking in the lot.
Refreshments to follow.


Thank you to all who generously gave their time, energy, and donations to make World Vision Kit Day happen! Together with friends from our local neighborhood, Ministerios La Gloria Es Tuya Jesús., and the greater Christ for all Nations family, we assembled 300 kits that will be donated to the Syrian Refugee Relief. What a blessing it is to bless others!


World Vision Kit Day is only 3 days away!

On Saturday @ 10 a.m., we're assembling 300 hygiene kits for donation to the Syrian Refugee Relief. Kits contain toiletry items like toothbrushes, toothpaste, body wash, razors, hair brushes, and more. Come join us for this special serving opportunity!

Kit Day in 30 Seconds:


Join us on Saturday, June 8th as we host an International Hygiene Kits event! Our goal is to assemble 300 kits to donate to the Syrian Refugee Relief. Kit assembling begins at 10 a.m. See you there!


What are your plans for Saturday, June 8th?

Join us for Kit Day, a special missional event in which our community will put together 300 hygiene kits to donate to the Syrian Refugee Relief. This is a great opportunity for anyone/all age groups to serve those in need. Invite your friends, family, loved ones, and community members!

Kit Day in 30 Seconds:


In last Sunday’s Gospel lesson, we read of the temptation of Jesus (Luke 4:1 – 13).

In the midst of our own struggles with temptation and sin, we can be encouraged that Jesus comes to us who are wounded by these hurts and comforts us, reminding us that we are forgiven and loved. In our daily lives, how might we put on Christ and extend that same message of grace and forgiveness to those who sin against us?

Share this with someone who needs a reminder that they are forgiven and loved!

(Listen to the full sermon here:


You’re invited!

We are a diverse and inviting Christian community with a rich history and an urgent mission. We’re joyously sharing the love of Jesus — through service, fellowship and worship — with our fellow San Franciscans and beyond. Join us Sundays for Bible Class at 9 a.m. and worship at 10:30 a.m. See you there!


This past Sunday, Pastor Chan preached on the Transfiguration of Jesus (Luke 9:28-36). The Greek word for “transfigure” is “metamorpho,” which means to transform. What an encouragement to know that the grace God has shown us enables us to be transformed and experience the turning points in our lives!

Will you allow God’s grace to transform your life?


Bible Class Recap: “Gift Activating” | Individuals Spiritual Gifts for Collective Use (1 Corinthians 12)

In last week’s Bible Class, we learned that spiritual gifts are given 1) for God’s glory and 2) for the building up of the Kingdom of God. Check out to learn about your spiritual gifts. How can you use them to build up the Kingdom of God? Comment below!

Join us tomorrow @ 9 a.m. as we continue our study. This is a great opportunity to grow in faith, fellowship and discipleship. See you there!


Katherine Chan giving this morning's Mission Moment on her time as a Camp Counselor.


This morning's My Stories. Otis and Marcus share their experiences at the LCMS National Youth Conference. 05/09/2013

O, For A Thousand Tongues to Sing (with Lyrics) by the David Crowder Band

A great update of a classic hymn we'll be learning this Sunday. MP3 Download for 99¢:


Tonight Christ for All Nations Lutheran Church at 7:00pm.


Celebrating March birthdays!


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Come join us for tomorrow's service with holy communion in this time of reflection and preparation. 02/11/2013

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Come join us for All Saints Day tomorrow at 10:30am where we will worship our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ with Word and song, hearing Pastor Terry teaching on "Creating New Saints."

Pastor Terry is also following up our Bearing Fruits for Jesus stewardship series at the Adult Bible Study starting tomorrow morning at 9:00am.

The youth Sunday School will be meeting at 9:00am for approximately 10-15 minutes in the conference room to discuss the formation of an Advent/Christmas youth choir. All Sunday School teachers, youth and parents are invited to attend.

The Council is hosting it's 2nd Open Forum immediately following the service in the sanctuary to discuss a communication policy, as well as reviewing the 2013 annual budget.


Choir practices are meeting Thursday nights at 7:00pm! We had our first meeting last night talking about the upcoming songs for Reformation Sunday.


Christ for All Nations Lutheran Church's cover photo

[05/18/12]   Yes, it's the end of the school year. But it's not too soon to think of next year! Registration is open for our after-school program, offering homework help and a computer lab. Space is limited. Call 415-468-2937 for more information.

[05/16/12]   It's not too late to find a summer program for your children. We're partnering with Community Youth Center in a summer day camp, June 11-July 20. Call 415-468-2937 for details.

[05/16/12]   Friday night with kids? Join us for our monthly family fellowship night. Movie for the kids, discussion on safety matters for the grownups. Plus dinner! 6-8 p.m. Friday, May 18 , 465 Woolsey St.

[05/16/12]   Our website is up! Visit often for more details on all that's happening at Christ for All Nations.

[05/06/12]   Start your Sunday with joy! Join us at Chrijst for All Nations Lutheran Church for 9 a.m. Sunday school/Bible study and 10:30 a.m. worship. (Plenty of parking!)

[05/04/12]   Celebration Sunday, May 6, 2012 at 10:30 AM. Come and check us out! 465 Woolsey St. (plenty of parking behind the church off of Goettingen). The Praise Band will be leading us in worship!

[05/02/12]   Are you ready for Sunday?

[04/30/12]   Just six days till our celebration Sunday! Hope to see you and your friends!


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[04/25/12]   Please share this page with your friends on FB!

[04/25/12]   On Twitter? Recommend you follow @artiedavis and @tonymccollum — pastors who are involved in urban and/or multicultural ministry and church planting. They're in the trenches, aiming at the same goals we are.

[04/25/12]   Shutterbugs! We need church photos for this page!

[04/25/12]   We are just 12 days away from our official launch date as Christ for All Nations! Be sure to join us for worship at 10:30 May 6!





465 Woolsey St
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