In June, we will be focusing on what it means to love God with all our heart, soul, and mind as well as love our neighbor. June 4 – Pentecost Sunday, there will be prayer stations reflecting on Deuteronomy 4 that explains who our neighbor as well as our migration story. June 11 – Joaquin
On Feb 12, John Templeton dressed as Rev. Harry Garnet and read his “Let the Monster Perish” sermon. We welcome John’s guests: Carol Tatum, president of the S.F. Business and Professional Women, Chief Scott and the Silver Man, Brice Glenn who was present.
On Feb. 12, we will celebrate February 12, 1865, when the crowded public galleries of the United States House of Representatives were there to hear Presbyterian Rev. Henry Highland Garnet (Dec. 23, 1815 – Feb. 13, 1882), an ex-slave, preach in the chambers of the House of Representatives. It was the first public speech by
Karen, music director, and Deb, parish associate, teach an after school music class every week for children K through 2nd grade at Claire Lilienthal Alternative School. On the last day of class, parents were invited to come and participate.
During the summer months, there are no Sunday lessons for the kids. The lessons will start up again on September 20. Available are worship packets for the kids. These worship packets follow the flow of the worship bulletin. In each packet are instructions for the kids to follow along in worship in tactile and free
March 1 is the first Sunday we hear the three new replacement stops installed in our 1873 Johnson & Sons pipe organ. The von Beckerath firm began making these pipes late last year; two members of the firm flew here from Hamburg and spent last week installing and voicing the pipes. The offertory today features