We believe that the church is far more than what happens on Sundays. We seek to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly together all throughout the week. One of the best ways to do this is to get connected to a Home Group. Home Groups are smaller expressions of our church body that exist to create community, foster growth as we become more like Jesus together, and to serve the mission of our larger church community.

Each group has a different flavor, but together they give expression to the reality that Regeneration is a collection of broken, eclectic people who come together to authentically love God and our community.

Home Group locations are the general neighborhoods where each group meets.  For the exact address, please reach out to the contact person for that Home Group.

Wednesdays 7:30-9:30 PM
West Oakland (near Emeryville)
Contact: Tammie and Nate at 12@regenerationweb.com

We desire to follow Jesus as a community, walking with God and living out His mission as a hodge-podge community amidst all our quirks and brokenness. Right now we are focusing on a theme at a time, both to study/discuss and to practically apply to our lives. We are starting with the theme of “Walking with God” for the first month or so, and will go on to address other important/relevant aspects of our faith.  

Wednesdays 7:00-9:00 PM
Lake Merritt
Contact: Iris at irisq@regenerationweb.com

Our mission is to challenge both believers and non­believers to see Christianity from a new perspective. It's a safe space for folks to ask difficult questions, share life, receive prayer, and invite others into the community. We typically spend half our time in book discussion and the rest of the time sharing and praying for one another.


Bay Farm
Thursdays 7:00-8:30 PM
Alameda (Bay Farm)
Contact: Katie at katieh@regenerationweb.com

Our group seeks to be a place where we study the Word of God together, develop community through sharing life, pray for one another, and have fun together! Our weekly time is spent in Bible study and discussion, followed by prayer. All are welcome! 

Beloved Sisters
Mondays 7:30-9:30 PM
Contact: Olivia at

We are a group of women that meet to study and strengthen ourselves with the word of God and encourage each other with prayer and friendship. This quarter's study will focus on prayer - the basics of how to pray, why we pray and how to further strengthen our relationship with God. All women are welcome!


Late Night
Wednesdays 7:30-9:30 PM
Alameda (West End)
Contact: Eric at eric@regenerationweb.com

We are a group of 20 to 30­-somethings, seeking authentic community and a deeper understanding of what it looks like to follow Jesus. Our time is spent in worship, exploring the Word, sharing and praying. We aren’t perfect, but we strive to love as we have been loved by God. 

Prayer & Eats
Every other Thursday 6:30-8:30 PM
Contact: Stephanie at stephaniel@regenerationweb.com

We come from all walks of life and faith backgrounds. Our group is a great place for people to ask questions, seek truth, and understand what it means to follow Jesus. We begin with a potluck­-style dinner, and then move into scripture, and we end with sharing and prayer. This group is centered around vulnerability, encouraging each other in our faith, and applying ourselves to prayer.

Thursdays 7:00-9:00 PM
Grand Lake
Contact: Trevor at trevorg@regenerationweb.com

Renew is open to any and everyone seeking to become more like Jesus! We get to know each other better over a meal, and then we study Scripture together. We are currently studying the book of John.


Wednesdays 7:00-9:00 PM
Contact: David at davidb@regenerationweb.com

Uplift home group is pretty diverse! We're made up of all ages. Some of us are single, while others are married. We all have different histories, walks of life, and ethnic backgrounds, but together we are all part of the body of Christ. Uplift is a space for us to meet intimately with God and others so that we can be transformed and be a part of God's transformational work here in Oakland. We welcome everyone and anyone, especially those who may not always feel like they belong.