- What kind of church is 360?
We are multi-cultural Christian congregation that is part of the Assemblies of God, an international network of churches serving over 60 million people in more than 200 countries. Our style is informal and contemporary. Our spirituality is centered on encountering Jesus in real time.
- When and where do you meet?
We will meet weekly at the East Bay Media Center (1939 Addison Street in downtown Berkeley) starting on Sunday, February 14th. Our services begin at 11:00AM.
- Do I need to be a Christian to feel comfortable visiting 360?
Not at all. You’ll find 360church to be respectful, credible and easy to understand. Our people will make you feel welcome and treat you like a human being. You can participate in as much or as little as you like.
- I’m a college student. Is 360 student-friendly?
Very. Students often attend out events and other activities. We welcome you to join our Facebook group and visit one of our Sunday service. Also, you’ll want to check out Chi Alpha, a Christian fellowship that serves the Cal campus.
- Can invite my friends to 360?
- How do you handle money?
Contributions all go toward providing a facility, staffing, serving our city, and bringing the good news about Jesus to the world. Our bank accounts are monitored monthly and audited annually by a CPA firm chosen by our regional network. 360church is a 501c3 non-profit corporation.
- What kind of people attend your church?
There really is no “typical” 360person. We include many nationalities, ages, races and life journeys, and speak languages like Spanish, Arabic, and Mandarin, in addition to English. We value diversity and really enjoy a multi-cultural atmosphere. 360 is not a demographic, it’s an attitude.
For more about our church, feel free to preview our most recent talks on our YouTube channel.