About us

 Bread of Life Evangelistic Outreach is a Christ-centered non-denominational church. The evangelistic ministry became a church in 1990 in Redwood City, CA. In 1994 the church moved to East Palo Alto and currently has its Sunday Service starting at 10:30am at 1796 Bay Road, East Palo Alto, CA (in the community center).

Our membership are people from East Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Palo Alto, Hayward, San Jose, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale and Fremont. Some who are clients of local community based drug and alcohol recovery organizations.

The congregation's leadership and membership reflects the faces, perspectives, experiences, and diversity of the local community.

Bread of Life's ministry provides a safety net for many in the community who are under siege by drug and alcohol addition, domestic violence, juvenile delinquency, the criminal justice system, broken homes and families, homelessness and the HIV/aids pandemic.

Bread of Life Membership is inclusive, not exclusive. The congregation includes individuals whose lives have turned around as a result of their relationship with Jesus Christ and their association with the church. They now serve as role models and providers of hope to those who seek support.

 

our senior pastor:
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Reverend Mary Frazier

Rev. Mary Frazier
Senior Pastor and Founder, Bread of Life Evangelistic Outreach

The Rev. Mary Frazier is a dedicated mother of three beautiful children, nine grandchildren , and four great grandchildren. She serves as Senior Pastor and Founder of Bread of Life Evangelistic Outreach, also known as Bread of Life Worship Center, which meets Sundays at 1796 Bay Road in East Palo Alto, CA. Bread of Life Evangelistic Outreach became a 501(c)(3) organization in 1987.

Acknowledging the calling on her life in 1979, Rev. Frazier was ordained by Rhema Ministerial International Association of Tulsa, Oklahoma, which led to the founding of Bread of Life Evangelistic Outreach in Tulsa Oklahoma in 1985. Thereafter, she ministered in prisons, jails and hospitals, both within the United States as well as outside of the country. She also took two missionary trips to Jamaica.

Rev. Frazier is a Chaplain for San Mateo County Correctional Facilities. Her distinguished record of county service also includes assignments on several boards, such as the following: the board of San Mateo County Women’s Advisory Council, now known as the Commission on the Status of Women; San Mateo AIDS Program Community Advisory Board and the AIDS Community research Consortium Board of Directors, where she was past president and the Voices of Recovery Board of Directors. Currently, Rev. Frazier is a member of the Service League of San Mateo County Board of Directors. 


Rev. Mary Frazier is the producer and host of “God’s Woman” television outreach and the “Bread of Life Experience” aired on the Media Center’s Channel 30 in Palo Alto. In her home town of East Palo Alto, Rev. Frazier is engaged in myriad endeavors. She facilitates the Spirituality Group for Free at Last’s Treatment Residential Women’s Program and is a leading member of several community building initiatives including the East Palo Alto Behavioral Health Advisory Group, and the East Palo Alto Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition Steering Committee, which she chairs.


Rev. Frazier is a Certified Domestic Violence Counselor, a Certified Wellness Recovery Action Plan Facilitator and 2009 recipient of the Bill Lane Award. Reverend Frazier was the Honorary  Chairperson for the 2015 San Mateo County Martin Luther King Celebration. She was the recipient of the 2015 David Lewis Award. Rev. Frazier is the Director of the New Beginnings Sober Living Environment.
She is a spiritual advisor to many who are in drug and alcohol recovery as well as countless others.