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  • We welcome you to our website!

    Iranian Assembly of God Church is a gathering of Middle Eastern Christians located in the Bay Area, CA.

    This site is designed to give you information about our church, our upcoming events, as well as provide you with information on how to contact us.

    We would like nothing more than to have you join us as we seek, learn, and grow together in our spiritual walks with God. We encourage and invite you to join us on Sunday for a great time of worship and fellowship.

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Upcoming Events

Sun Aug 02 @11:00AM -
Sunday Service
Tue Aug 04 @ 7:30PM -
Bible study
Fri Aug 07 @ 7:30PM -
Womens Ministry
Sun Aug 09 @11:00AM -
Sunday Service
Tue Aug 11 @ 7:30PM -
Bible study
Fri Aug 14 @ 7:30PM -
Womens Ministry

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Christian News Feed

  • A Christian convert still in detention in Sweden

    Iranian Christians | FCNN Jul 14, 2015 | 10:29 am

    A Christian convert still in detention in Sweden According to Farsi Christian News Network, a Christian convert, Shahrzad Sakiani, has been held in detention "Mrshta" for more than 20 days in Sweden. Mrshta is for asylum seekers who do not carry sufficient documents to provide authentication or their asylum application is rejected by the government.FCNN in an interview with Ms. Katayoon, who is Shahrzad's close friend, inquired about her physical and psychological condition. Katayoon is the head of a team in charge of informing and holding objections for imprisoned Christians in Iran or asylum-seeker-receiving countries in the downtown of Stockholm every two weeks.A rally which is held in the center of Stockholm every two weeks to make the voice of Christian converts in Iran's prisons heard by their fellow Christians and by other human rights organizations. However, in Mshta, Christian converts after the rejection of their asylum application will be referred to their country. Walking around in the city, Shahrzad Sakyani ran into the police officers. Then, due to lack of sufficient documents she was arrested and transferred to the given location.Katayoon explained, Shahrzad was on the way to the gathering place of one of the areas of information in the downtown that the police officers asked her for identification. Due to insufficient documents, she was detained. Having lived secretly in Sweden, Shahrzad's sister and her husband are deprived of any documents.She further noted, "there is a law in Sweden that after the   asylum seekers' application is denied, if they live in the country for 18 months, the can apply for asylum in the new file format.The Swedish government had refused to accept Shahrzad and her family's file. Therefore, due to the fear of deportation to Iran, they were forced to live secretly until they reapply their file after 18 months. Unfortunately, while there were only left 40 days[…]

  • Breaking news: Farshid Fathi given early release date

    Iranian Christians | FCNN Jul 6, 2015 | 15:19 pm

    We are very grateful to announce that Iranian Christian prisoner Farshid Fathi has been told by prison officials that he will be released on 10 December 2015. He had previously expected to remain in prison until December 2017.Farshid received the official notification on 4 July 2015.This is positive news, which has greatly encouraged Farshid and his family. We join them in praising God for this development, and for those who have made it possible.Please continue to pray for Farshid during his final months in Rajai Shahr prison, Iran

  • Smoke in the eyes of the nobles, Video clip, Word from editor

    Iranian Christians | FCNN Jun 30, 2015 | 09:01 am

    Christian persecution in Iran has a history of more than 36 years. Persecution of Christian converts has probably begun since the introduction of Christian faith to Iran before the year 40 AD.