San Francisco Christian Center is a fellowship of Spirit-filled believers committed to Christ-honoring worship, Kingdom-seeking prayer, Bible-centered instruction, local community service, and worldwide evangelism.
First known as New Testament Temple, the church was founded by Rev. William Keller in 1953 and was succeeded in 1954 by Rev. H.R. Bagwell as senior pastor. Rev. Bagwell changed the name to San Francisco Revival Center. Bishop Donald E. Green became senior pastor in 1966, changing the name to San Francisco Christian Center and served for 44 years before retiring in 2010. Today, Rev. Roderick Gittens leads the non-denominational, charismatic church located in the Outer Mission District.
At SFCC, celebration and adoration of the Lord is demonstrated through music, singing, prayer, drama, and the ministry of God's Word. The desire is that each person attending services at San Francisco Christian Center experience spiritual refreshing that will provoke a godly lifestyle.