St. Cyprian’s, San Francisco
We are a diverse community of many colors and sexual orientations searching for our spiritual path in 21st century San Francisco. We focus on feeding the spirit and the body; on children and families; on seniors; and on our neighborhood. Our worship combines ancient traditions with progressive spirituality in community building worship and life. As “a San Francisco kind of Jesus joint,” we engage our urban neighborhood to create a community where everyone matters and all have a place at the table. Our commitment to building community in the neighborhood that is “North of the Panhandle” (NOPA) is reflected in the array of concerts and community meals that now fill our building. On a given week you may join with the San Francisco Folk Club in filling our place with songs and strong harmonies; join in a free vegetarian meal; attend a healing mass planned for seniors; kneel beneath a tent with your children during Spirit Village; send your kids to an arts class with our resident artist; make or enjoy the music at our monthly 1st Friday Jazz Jam; or find a new connection to God during the 10:10 Sunday service. Our music combined both traditional Christian hymns with gospel and jazz. Our sermons focus on finding ways for us to live out the Gospel in the second decade of the 21st century in one of America’s most progressive cities. Our worship knits us together into community: we who are many become one because we share one bread, one cup. Through Communion, we are called and given strength to serve as the continuing incarnation of Jesus; as his eyes and hands and hearts and mouth in our daily lives around the Bay Area.
10:30 a.m. Healing, Anointing & Communion, (free lunch for seniors on fourth Wednesday in cooperation with Episcopal Senior Services).
Sunday, 9 a.m. Spirit Village: a child-centric & play-based spiritual circle
Sunday, 10:10 a.m.
Sacred Roots: Communion & Music