Connect Silicon Valley
Our mission is to help people connect with God and connect with each other.
We believe that the most important decision in life we can make is what to do about God – to accept His love and gift of salvation or not.
In Jeremiah 29:11, God declares that He has plans to prosper and not harm us and plans to give us hope and a future. When we call on God, He will listen. When we seek Him, we will find Him.
Connecting through Conversations
We host special gatherings and activities throughout the season from September through May. These gatherings include an Annual Breakfast where nearly 1,000 people attend, quarterly breakfasts called Engage, and evening, more intimate gatherings called TechTalk. We feature outstanding speakers who tell authentic stories about how God has transformed their lives and given them meaning and purpose.
Everyone is Welcome
We welcome everyone, no matter where they are on their spiritual journey – whether they are unsure about God and what to believe, or long-time followers of Christ who are interested in going deeper in their faith and helping others find God.
Our goal is to encourage conversations about faith and life, with storytelling as the vehicle to spark those conversations.
We invite you to join us.
About Our New Name
After much prayer and conversations with many of you over the last year, we were led by God to change our name to Connect Silicon Valley because we believe that it better describes what we do and why.
Our core mission is connecting with God and connecting with each other so we all grow closer to God. No matter where you are on your faith journey, our programs are created to encourage and support learning how God wants to have a relationship with each of us.
Although “prayer” is not in our new name, prayer is the key to our mission. We are doubling down on prayer and fasting as we continue to seek God’s wisdom and guidance to introduce more people to Christ in Silicon Valley.
Relationships are at the core of everything we do. Our programs encourage conversations that help people to connect with each other and with God.
To align with our new name, we have also updated our core programs:
Our organization is part of the Altos Christian Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. It is neither a fund raiser nor associated with any particular church or denomination.
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SVPB will not appeal to those on our lists for contributions, except as table hosts or sponsors for SVPB activities and events.
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