Homeless Outreach

We are partnering up with a local church to serve breakfast to the homeless every Sunday morning. Meet at People’s Park from 7-9am to serve the homeless community here in Berkeley.

Contact Caitlyn for more information!

Laundry Love

Laundry Love Project Berkeley is a Christian nonprofit organization run by UC Berkeley students that provides free laundry services to the homeless. Our goal is to share God’s love with them through a helping hand and listening ear. We’re looking for volunteers!

When: Last Tuesday of each month, 5:45 pm – 8:00 pm
Where: Bing Wong Wash Center (2602 Telegraph Ave.)

Laundry Love is an inter-fellowship group that serves the homeless population of Berkeley by providing free laundry services once a month. Throughout, we strive to carry meaningful conversations with our clients in order to build relationships and share the Gospel by our actions.

Our ministry also serves as a unique opportunity for our volunteers — mainly Cal students — to meet other Christians. As the volunteers work and talk together, we hope they become more united as the Body of Christ and grow in their faith in God.

Contact Julie for more information!

Fitness for Impact

Fitness for Impact is an opportunity to tutor, mentor, or play with kids while parents engage in a 30-minute express fitness class. It meets on Tuesday from 5:30-6:30 pm at 1728 Alcatraz Ave, Berkeley, CA 94703.

Contact Caitlyn for more information!

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What is Urbana?

Urbana is hosted by InterVarsity every three years in St. Louis, MO and is one of the largest student missions conferences in the world. The program consists of prayer, scripture, seminars, and worship. This year’s speakers include David Platt and Francis Chan.

When is Urbana?

Urbana is December 27th through December 31st.

How much is Urbana?

If you register from July 1st to November 10th, the student price is $459. After November 10th, the sudent price is $519. There are opportunities for scholarships by contacting local InterVarsity staff. In addition, your home or local churches may offer a scholarship or another sort of financial aid.

Why should I attend Urbana?

Urbana allows students the opportunity to explore their place in the Kingdom in a unique environment with many resources and other students. It’s a chance to think thoughtfully about partaking in global missions and about what God may be calling you to do. Often times, the tendency is to think, “I won’t give my life to missions unless God calls me to.” Are we willing to change our perspective?

I’ll give my life to missions unless God calls me to do otherwise.