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OAC NorCal is a branch of OPEN AIR CAMPAIGNERS, USA is a 501c3 organization in the USA, but our history goes back almost 130 years to when OAC began.  In 1892, a lawyer named E. P. Field began preaching the Gospel in Sydney, Australia. He was concerned that the majority of Australians did not attend church. If someone did not take the Gospel to them, how would they ever hear? Today, OAC is an international and interdenominational mission that has been taking the good news of Jesus Christ to those outside the church since 1892.


Open Air Campaigners is an evangelistic ministry of preaching the Gospel to lost people and mobilizing the body of Christ to do the same, primarily through effective open-air outreach.


OAC/USA is trusting the Lord to use this ministry to impact 25 cities in America with the gospel through open air evangelism and other ministry by means of strategic establishment of branch ministries by the year 2025.


  1. PUBLIC PROCLAMATION. We value the creative public proclamation of the Gospel to all people in the open air and other venues. I Cor 1:17-23; II Tim 4:2; Rom 1:14-16

  2. BIBLICAL PRACTICES. We value the Biblical lifestyle of each of our staff as they are led by the Holy Spirit in their participation of Christian disciplines. 2 Cor. 7:1; Acts 6:3; Col. 3:1-17; II Tim. 2:21

  3. CHURCH PARTICIPATION. We value the active participation of OAC in local church evangelism. Phil. 4:14-17; Acts 13:2,3; Eph 4:11-13; Matt. 28:19-20

  4. COOPERATIVE PRIORITIES. We value the concepts of teamwork and accountability within our organization. 2 Cor. 8:16-22; 1 Cor. 12; Matt. 4:18-22; Luke 5:5,6; Ecc. 4:9-12

  5. GOD'S PROVISION. We are committed to trust in God's provision for all of our personal and ministerial needs. 1 Cor. 9:7-14; Matt 6:33; Phil 4:10-13; Ps 23:1

  6. FOCUS ON PEOPLE. We value the Christ-like duplication of our ministry through compassionate biblical discipleship and loving practical evangelistic presentations. II Tim. 2:2; II Tim. 4:5; 1 Cor. 3:9; Matt. 9:36-38; Mark 10:21; Jonah 4:2, 10-11

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