The City Impact Conference takes over the historic Warfield Theater in the heart of San Francisco on July 26, 2014 for a ONE DAY conference unlike other conferences. Be filled with worship and then immediately hit the streets to engage in 45 outreaches in the inner city of San Francisco. Join us as 2,000 people come together for this ONE DAY experience.

City Impact Conference

July 26, 2014

Warfield Theater


The City Impact Conference takes over the historic Warfield Theater in the heart of San Francisco on July 26, 2014 for a ONE DAY conference unlike other conferences. Be filled with worship and then immediately hit the streets to engage in 45 outreaches in the inner city of San Francisco. Join us as 2,000 people come together for this ONE DAY experience.

 
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Speakers & Artists


Shane Claiborne

Visionary Leader of Simple Way
and author of Irresistible Revolution

Ray Johnston

The founder of Bayside Church
and Thriving Churches International

Dave Lomas

Lead Pastor of Reality SF and author of The Truest Thing About You

 

Christian Huang

Conference Host

Jane Kim

The District Supervisor
of the Tenderloin (District 6)

 
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Venue


Warfield Theater

The Warfield is a historic venue and has been a San Francisco institution for 86 years. Opened on May 13, 1922, it was built by showman and theatre chain owner Marcus Loew, who named the showplace after his old friend David Warfield, a native San Franciscan who began as an usher and grew to be one of the greatest silent film actors of his time. The Warfield was originally built as a vaudeville and movie palace and became a concert hall in 1979 when Bill Graham Presents booked a two week run of shows with Bob Dylan. The esteemed hall has been rocking ever since. Now operated by Goldenvoice (the creator of Coachella and Stagecoach festivals) the venue is keeping with its illustrious past. Everyone has played The Warfield. Today, the entertainment has continued to range from artists such as Bob Dylan, Faith No More, Prince, The Killers, Kings of Leon to Adele, as well as played host to charitable fundraisers for organizations such as GLIDE Memorial Church and Tipping Point.