Feb
22
9:45am 9:45am

Celtic Christianity: A new beginning for Christian practice

We will be discussing the latest book by former lona Abbey dean, John Philip Newell at the Forum between the services from Feb. 22-March 29.  Celtic Christianity has much to inspire us as old attitudes towards people of other faiths and our relationship with the earth continue to fail to honor God in others and in Creation itself. Start reading the book and join us as we explore our ancient Celtic wisdom to meet today's challenges. 

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Jan
19
10:00am10:00am

MLK DAY OF SERVICE

MLK DAY OF SERVICE:  

WE NEED YOU...YES, YOU!! 

MLK DAY OF SERVICE

at TRINITY†ST. PETER’S:  

 MONDAY, JANUARY 19th

Be the change you wish to see!

 

Monday, January 19th has been set aside as a national Day of Service to honor the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and our T†SP congregation are gearing up to continue the work begun three weeks ago: the rehabilitation and lovelification of our lower level.

 

Inspired by the “welcoming” part of our Mission Statement, we are committed to making our parish hall, hallways and restrooms inviting and comfortable to newcomers and to all who venture downstairs after worship.  

 

Bring your skills, 

   BRING YOUR CO-WORKERS and FRIENDS, 

      bring your sense of community.  

    NO ABILITY YOU HAVE WILL BE WASTED.  

 

 

1668 Bush St. (at Gough)

10:00 AM until 4:00 PM

Enter the lower level from the Bush St. door.

 

 

Stay for a while, stay for the day, 

but PLEASE don’t stay away!

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Jan
18
1:00pm 1:00pm

Martin Luther King Remembrance Service and Day to Serve

SERVICE OF TRUTH, RECONCILIATION AND SOLIDARITY. JAN. 18 . 1PM  AT ST. CYPRIAN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH.  REVS. TRISH CUNNINGHAM AND TOM JACKSON, CO-PRESIDING 

SHOW YOUR SOLIDARITY WITH THOSE FIGHTING AGAINST ON-GOING INSTITUTIONAL RACISM IN THIS COUNTRY. SERVICE INCLUDES PERSONAL TESTIMONY OF RACISM FROM BOTH THE WHITE AND THE BLACK PERSPECTIVES. 

THERE WILL ALSO BE A CALL TO ACTION WITH AN ACTION STEP THAT YOU CAN TAKE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIFE OF A YOUNG BLACK PERSON. 

DAY OF SERVICE: ON JANUARY 19, THERE WILL BE A SECOND DAY OF SERVICE AT THE TRINITY CHURCH. WE NEED TO PAINT A LARGE ROOM, REFIT A BATHROOM, DO SOME DEEP CLEANING AND POLISH WOOD.  BRING YOUR FRIENDS AND COLLEAGUES. 

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Nov
30
5:00pm 5:00pm

Introducing..........one life: a group for young adults

Seeking Christ, Service to others, Socializing with new friends.....

An invitation to young adults 23-34 who want to explore what it means to be a young Christian in San Francisco. Come to casual worship, supper and conversation in the West Portal home of Pastor Trish and David Cunningham. RSVP   priest-in-charge@trinity-stpeters.org.   Nov. 30,  5-7pm 

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Nov
2
9:45am 9:45am

The New Jim Crow

WHY ARE SO MANY YOUNG AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALES INCARCERATED? AS CHRISTIANS, WE SHOULD BE HORRIFIED BY THE FAILURE OF SUCH A LARGE SEGMENT OF OUR POPULATION TO THRIVE. GOD WANTS ALL HIS CHILDREN TO LIVE LIVES OF DIGNITY AND MEANING. OUR FIRST STEP IS TO EDUCATE OURSELVES ABOUT THIS PROBLEM. READ THE BOOK AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION. ALL ARE WELCOME! 

WHY ARE SO MANY YOUNG AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALES INCARCERATED? AS CHRISTIANS, WE SHOULD BE HORRIFIED BY THE FAILURE OF SUCH A LARGE SEGMENT OF OUR POPULATION TO THRIVE. GOD WANTS ALL HIS CHILDREN TO LIVE LIVES OF DIGNITY AND MEANING. OUR FIRST STEP IS TO EDUCATE OURSELVES ABOUT THIS PROBLEM. READ THE BOOK AND JOIN THE CONVERSATION. ALL ARE WELCOME! 

The mass incarceration of young African-American men is a national scandal. Meanwhile, every week we read about a new example of excessive force by police against African-American men in everyday life. Out of the conflict of Ferguson, Mo., new energy has been given to the ongoing blight of racism and the struggle for equal civil rights for all. What can you do? The first step is to be educated. Read the book and come to the discussion at our Forum. Nov. 2, 9:45 AM 

The mass incarceration of young African-American men is a national scandal. Meanwhile, every week we read about a new example of excessive force by police against African-American men in everyday life. Out of the conflict of Ferguson, Mo., new energy has been given to the ongoing blight of racism and the struggle for equal civil rights for all. What can you do? The first step is to be educated. Read the book and come to the discussion at our Forum. Nov. 2, 9:45 AM 

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Oct
22
6:00pm 6:00pm

Introduction to the Christian Faith & the Episcopal Tradition...

Are you curious and perhaps a little confused about the Christian faith? Want to learn about a progressive, yet traditional, way of being Christian that does not require you to stop thinking?  Come to an Introduction to the Christian Faith and the Episcopal Tradition, on Wednesday, October 22 at 6pm. Light supper included. Must RSVP by Oct. 19 to priest-in-charge@trinity-stpeters.org. 

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Sep
21
9:45am 9:45am

A Conversation: "Leaf by Niggle" by JRR Tolkien

You are invited to a conversation on "Leaf by Niggle," a short story by JRR Tolkien, author of the Lord of the Rings. "Leaf by Niggle" is about an unsuccessful artist who obsesses over his work: instead of efficiently completing his canvas of a vast tree, he “niggles,” spending long hours detailing leaves, giving each and every one its own individual character. "Leaf by Niggle" is commonly thought to allude to the creative process and spiritual beliefs of JRR Tolkien, a devout Roman Catholic.

To access the "Leaf by Niggle" story online, click on the following link:  http://heroicjourneys.files.wordpress.com/2008/09/niggle.pdf

Also, please bring a leaf, real life, drawn, painted, sculpted, or photographed, with you to the discussion.

When: Sunday, September 21st, 9:45 a.m.

Where: Trinity + St. Peter's (in the theater)

Cost: there is no cost for this event

Contact: for further information, please contact Cynthia Cravens, yarewe_sf@yahoo.com, (415)386-0262

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