SOS Ministries is an inter-denominational, evangelical, street ministry in San Francisco. Our special mission is to reach the people of the San Francisco Bay Area and to train Christians and churches in evangelism helping them reach their own communities for Jesus. Come help us share the love of Jesus Christ with the people of San Francisco.
We organize three "Church on the Street" outreaches each month in San Francisco or Berkeley on Saturday afternoon. Local churches bring their worship group and conduct a church service in a downtown park. We also witness three times a month in San Francisco on Friday night.
Each summer, we old a four day long, intensive evangelism outreach called SOS San Francisco. Since it began in 1980, thousands of Christians have participated in this outreach, and have had their lives transformed and blessed through it.
Right now, we have an opening in our Ministry House in Oakland, CA for a spiritually-mature Christian who loves to witness for Jesus. There is no better way to get practical experience in street evangelism and to make witnessing a regular part of your life. Email us for more information.
SOS Ministries is a non-profit organization and is supported solely with gifts and financial donations from people like you. Donations are tax-deductible in accordance with IRS regulations. You can donate through PayPal by clicking the button below or go to Donations link at top of page for other ways to donate. Thank you!
SOS Director - Larry Rosenbaum
Raised in a Jewish home, Larry Rosenbaum studied psychology at Yale University (B.A.) and Brandeis University (M.A.) before receiving Christ in 1970. Larry has been involved in evangelism ministry in San Francisco and Berkeley for the past 35 years.
He is the author of the book: "You Shall Be My Witnesses: How to Reach Your City for Christ". Link To Book Several thousand copies have been sold nationwide, helping many to start outreaches in their own communities. He has taught at churches and evangelism conferences throughout the country.
"When anyone dies, I ask myself, was I faithful? Did I speak all the truth? And did I speak it from my very soul every time I preached? Charles Spurgeon
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