CAPC Oakland

News, Connections and Photos from the life of the faith community at CAPC Oakland

Contact

Staff

Kathryn Dernham, Office Manager

Pete Feltman, Pastoral Assistant for Music

Rev. Monte McClain, Pastor

 

 

We are located at 5951 College Avenue, Oakland, CA 94618

Getting to CAPC by Public Transportation: If you are riding BART, exit at the Rockridge Station (on the Bay Point line). Walk north two blocks on College Avenue to the church. AC Transit buses 51,7, and 605 pass by the church on College Avenue.

Getting to CAPC by Car:

From Highway 580 north or south: Take Highway 24 east toward Walnut Creek. Exit Claremont Avenue, take left on Claremont to College Avenue. Take right on College one block to CAPC on right side of street

From Walnut Creek by Highway 24: Take Highway 24 west to College Avenue exit. Continue to College Avenue, take right at stop light for three blocks to CAPC on left side of street. On Sundays, parking is available behind the Church from Claremont Avenue in the Dreyers’ lot.

Email
For general communication, capc1@sbcglobal.net
For direct correspondence to Pastor, montemcclain@gmail.com
Pastor’s blog: montemcclain.com
For direct correspondence to Pastoral Assistant for Music: petefeltman@gmail.com
Blog Technical Issues: capcoakland@gmail.com

Phone

Church office: (510) 658-3665
Pastor’s private line: (510) 658-3666

Volunteer Online
If you would like to cook or serve during the “Friday Night on College” dinners,  
please call us at (510) 658-3665 or email us at the main office.

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2 comments on “Contact

  1. Canada Bear
    August 6, 2014

    Ya know, honestly, I don’t really care much for Christians, for reasons I really don’t care to go into at the moment. But I came across a pic of your billboard where you were satirically quoting Jesus from the book of Matthew I believe, where he says “I was hungry n ye gave me food, I was thirsty n ye gave me drink.” I just wanted to say that it is nice to see that there are SOME good Christians out there in the world who care about what happens to innocent children. I’m not a Christian, nor will I EVER be, but I DO love Jesus very much, n seeing signs such as yours makes me love Him all the more. So thank you for inspiring others, you will never know all the lives your simple act of kindness has touched.

  2. Canada Bear
    August 6, 2014

    Oh, n in case you were wondering, the pic popped up on my Facebook timeline.

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