Building community on our spiritual journey through 21st century San Francisco
We are a progressive and welcoming spiritual community in a changing city and neighborhood. We weave authentic Christian practices together with ancient spiritual practices and progressive theology to explore what it means to be a Christian in today’s San Francisco. We gather on Sundays to use authentic Christian spiritual practices, helping to heal ourselves and the world around us. For a quick summary of coming services and events, please see our Facebook events page.
What we believe
We believe it is time to Reclaim Jesus by living the radical and inclusive life Jesus calls us to lead. Here’s our Presiding Bishop Michael Curry on how we are working as a national church to reclaim Jesus.
We are a diverse and welcoming spiritual community in a changing city and neighborhood. We offer:
- Progressive Christian preaching, authentic spiritual practices, welcoming community, soulful music, & healing grace: Our 10:10 a.m. Sunday service draws on authentic traditions of the Christian Church as well as our congregation’s heritage of living as a community where everyone matters.
The Cyprian’s Center
The Cyprian’s Center is our non-sectarian (not at all religious) program that opens our building to community groups. Some use our space for as the neighborhood concert hall, for group meetings, cooking classes, community dinners. improv groups. Here are some of our community partners who share out building through Cyrpian’s Center:
We are a landmark congregation for San Francisco’s African American Episcopalians that has changed to reflect changes in our neighborhood. In 1960 our members built and opened this sacred space. They paid off the mortgage through pledges and BBQ dinners and rummage sales and community dinners. Today as we stand on their shoulders, as we offer you a Christian community where all are welcome, where everyone can find their place, where diversity of race and orientation are part of who we are.