“We who are many become one community because we share one bread, one cup.”
That is the essence of what we do each we celebrate Mass: by acting together we who are many become one community. St. Cyprian’s is not based on believing a set of specific beliefs or being one color or being gay or straight. All our welcome in our community.
What is our worship like?
- At 10:10 each Sunday morning we celebrate a Mass combining progressive theology, soulful music, and ancient rites. Children are welcome – special activities are offered downstairs during part of the service.
- At 10:30 each Wednesday we offer a Mass of healing, laying on of hands, and anointing.
Here are some spiritual stories reflecting our theology – or how we talk about living a spiritual life in 21st century San Francisco
- Sermon What’s Love Got To Do With It? Or all about love, reconciliation and dealing with conflict.
- Am I Going to Hell For This? Not your typical Easter sermon: she asked ‘Am I going to hell for this?’ and Fr. Tom said no, you won’t to Hell for having an abortion.
Here’s some of our music. We have a choir every third Sunday (unless there is a big holiday that month in which case the choir plans to sing on the holiday). Some of the songs we sing are soulful, others are triumphant (like this rendition of Jesus Christ is Risen Today with organ and tympani from easter Sunday 2014. We’re working to have better quality recordings in the future.