Sundays at 10:10 a.m. we draw on the ancient traditions of the Church to create an authentic spiritual experience. Our time together is when we come together through spoken word, ancient actions, and song. Through this, we become a community where everyone has a place and all are welcome. To be clear, we welcome people of all colors, immigration statuses, orientations and identities. All are welcome here.
We use music, art, and prayer to help invite you into closer contact with the divine.
Our service draws on St. Cyprian’s roots as the Church for San Francisco’s African American Episcopalians. More than 90 years ago we started as the church where people who weren’t welcome any place else could come and be welcome. Today we apply that same way of life to a spiritual community that includes people of differing races and sexual orientations. Our greatest diversity – and strength – is the range of opinions our people hold about their spirituality. As Episcopalians, we do not universally hold to one particular doctrine or dogma. Rather, we are united around our belief in common worship. We are called to interpret scripture using the tolls of reason and tradition. We expect people to think and feel for themselves. Our goal is to provide spiritual resources for members as they walk along their pilgrimage through life.