FCC is born when a group of fourteen Swedish Immigrants sign a charter establishing the "Swedish Emmanuel Covenant Churchof Oakland."
FCC launches its youth ministry, as well as children's outreach programs in Oakland,Berkeley, and Alameda.
FCC acquires a larger church facility after primarily meeting in homes.
FCC sends out its first overseas missionaries.
FCC begins holding two English-speaking services per month to better connect with the younger generation. Until this point, services had been held exclusively in Swedish.
FCC purchases a new church building on 5th Ave. in Oakland, where services would beheld for the next thirty years.
FCC ministers to WWII servicemen, sends out additional overseas missionaries, and plants Hillside Covenant Church in Walnut Creek.
FCC transitions to its present-day facility at 4000 Redwood Road, launches Treehouse Preschool, and launches the annual Kids Camp ministry. Oakland's Harbor House is founded by an FCC teacher.
FCC continues to foster outreach to Oakland and grow in multi-ethnic ministry. FCC plants Creekside Community Church in San Leandro, partners with Iglesia del Pacto Bethel, andlaunches Camp Cov.Pastor Nancy joins the staff in 1997.
FCC members launch Faith Network (now Children Rising) and Little Flock Children's Home. Pastor Danny and Pastor Marco join the staff in2002 and 2004, respectively. First Cambodian Baptist Church merges with FCC in 2005, and Pastor Chamron joins staff.
FCC members launch New Day for Children.
FCC calls Pastor Marco to serve as Lead Pastor.
FCC launches its Vision Team and periodicCovenant Cafe events. Pastor Sarah joins the staff.
FCC renews its Mission Statement: Equipping people to follow Jesus in their everyday lives.
FCC continues to navigate the challenges of the COVID-19 Pandemic and grow in online/virtual ministry.