Experience a vibrant, welcoming and diverse, Christ-centered spiritual community, drawn together by the power of the Holy Spirit and by our passion to serve. You are invited to join us as we seek an ever deeper connection to God, to creation, and to one another.
Founded in 1849, Trinity Episcopal Church, designed by the architect of the ferry building, is the mother-church of Protestant Christianity in the western United States. The exquisite sanctuary features glorious stained glass, a masterpiece 1926 Skinner organ and treasures from the 1915 Exposition. We are SF Landmark #65.
Can you help us with our seismic retrofit to make this sacred space an oasis of spirituality and culture for all in San Francisco?
Do you have a matching gift program at work? Please consider giving to the Trinity San Francisco Opportunity Center. The TSFOC is a secular 501c3 nonprofit and your donation will be used to maintain our church property. The tax identification number for the TSFOC is 94-3356269. If you have any questions, please contact Mike Chambers email@example.com or (415) 385-5962 (cell).
It can be nerve-racking to visit a new church for the first time. Who are these people, how do they worship, what do they care about? It helps to know what to expect. At Sunday service you will find an open community, eager to explore Christ's love through word and music.
Celebrate your wedding with us!!
Our beautiful chapel is open for weddings and is the perfect venue for gatherings of 40-75 people. Call the office for more information: 415-775-1117
Trinity was the first Episcopal church in San Francisco to celebrate same-sex unions. Now the Episcopal Church USA has extended the sacrament of marriage to same-sex couples! Make your reservation today.
Our next opportunity for service will be November 22nd when we feed the homeless. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to help out!
We will serve dinner at the SF Navigation Center on Nov. 22. Contact Amanda to help out.
YOUNG ADULTS: WELCOME TO SAN FRANCISCO. JOIN OUR YOUNG ADULTS GROUP ON THE LAST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH FROM 7-9PM. ALL ARE WELCOME!
Looking for a new Year's resolution?
How about reading the Bible, cover to cover, with us? We will begin with Genesis in January at 6pm on the second and fourth Wednesdays. We will also incorporate the Arts: film and drama, painting and sculpture, music and architecture, to make the experience even richer. Email the priest-in-charge to join us. email@example.com
Church is more than a weekly service. It's people coming together to support each other through life's peaks and valleys. We are family and believe God's peace is to be explored and shared with all. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome here.
Jesus says: "Come away with me and rest..."(Mk.6:30-34)
Do you make an effort to balance your life and your work?
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Christ gave his love, wisdom and life to us so that we might find the passion to give to others as freely as he gave to us. Here we give our time, talent, and money joyfully in response to Christ generosity and to help more people benefit from his love. Come join us.
Time to step off the express train to Christmas and slow down a little. This year, we will be reading Advent poetry during the 4 weeks of the season, gathering on Sunday to reflect upon its meaning.
Advent poetry: The forum
10-10:45 Sunday in the Priest's study: All are welcome
Celtic Service 9am Sunday
A service of Celtic prayers, readings and reflection, Holy Communion and prayers for healing takes place each week in the chapel. The Celtic tradition developed independently of Roman Catholicism in the British Isles. Today we incorporate neo-Celtic elements such as understanding nature as a source of divine revelation and the immediate presence of Christ with us, among us and in one another.
The service lasts for about 45 minutes.
Please join us!!
Nov. 11 6-7:30pm at 1668 Bush St.
Do you have questions about the Bible? Join us on Nov. 11, for "A New Revelation: The Origins of the New Testament.
For more information email Pastor Trish
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2014 annual report
In the past year we have called The Rev. Patricia Cunningham as our priest-in-charge, we have modernized our accounting system, we have combined the finances of Trinity and St. Peter's, and we now have one vestry and one set of wardens to govern our church.
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"We currently worship in the chapel on Sunday mornings as we await the completion of our seismic retrofit. You will find a warm welcome, beautiful worship and what I hope is a sermon to help you connect the Scriptures with real life. Join us to be spiritually fed and become part of a loving, diverse community." ~ Pastor Trish
Potluck after the 1st Sunday of the month. All are Welcome
9 AM - Celtic Service with Healing
9:45AM - Forum
11:00AM - Choral Eucharist
7-9PM- Young Adults Group (last Sunday of the month)
WEDNESDAY 7:30PM - Wednesday Taizé Meditation with Music