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Please note that the community event postings reflect the diverse rich fabric of our City’s interfaith community. Although this site is hosted by the San Francisco Interfaith Council, the views and nature of these events are solely those of the religious communities or organizations offering submissions and do not necessarily reflect the collective view of the SFIC. The SFIC reserves the right to reject requests-to-post from organizations and individuals other than the SFIC's San Francisco faith-based constituents and those events whose themes are unrelated to the religious life of our community. You can submit your own event by completing this form. Community Event submissions are subject to administrative approval.

December 2017

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World AIDS Day at Grace Cathedral
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San Francisco World AIDS Day Interfaith Service

San Francisco World AIDS Day Interfaith Service

Event Details

Event Address

Congregation Sha'ar Zahav
250 Dolores Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Email

cynthiaz@sfinterfaithcouncil.org

Phone Number

415-474-1321

About this Event

Pop-Up Multi-Faith Chorus at World AIDS Day Interfaith Service

All singers are invited to join in the pop-up Multi-Faith Chorus for our World AIDS Day Interfaith Service!

To participate:

1) Learn the music, as part of a group, or on your own, singing whatever part is most comfortable for you. We're singing "All You Need Is Love."

2) Arrive at 3 pm for a quick rehearsal before the service.

For additional information and to get a copy of the music, please contact Cantor Sharon Bernstein at cantorbernstein@gmail.com.

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Gender Justice: Women in the Workplace

Gender Justice: Women in the Workplace

Event Details

Event Address

Grace Cathedral
1100 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94108

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The Rev. Dr. Ellen Clark-King, Grace Cathedral’s Canon for Social Justice, convenes expert voices and asks, “How do we build a country where every woman and girl can realize her human right to live in dignity and freedom, without fear?

Caroline Guenther, Planning Manager at Cisco; and Rosalind (Roz) Hudnell, Vice President of Corporate Affairs at Intel/President of the Intel Foundation, will offer their wealth of experience on how to create equality in the workplace.

This is the fourth part of the cathedral’s Gender Justice Series, led by Executive Pastor Ellen Clark-King.

Phone Number

415-596-5860

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Interfaith Vigil for Victims of Gun Violence
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Interfaith Vigil for Victims of Gun Violence
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SFIC December Monthly Breakfast
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Holiday Women's Emporium
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Roots of Peace: Mines to Vines at Commonwealth Club
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Gun Buy-Back
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"Soup for the Soul" - Free Soup Third Sunday of the Month
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Celebrate with Music: Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa
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Community Kitchen at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral

Community Kitchen at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral

Event Details

Event Date(s)

Repeats every month on March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December on the third Tuesday until Tue Dec 19 2017.
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 - 5:00pm to 9:00pm

Event Address

Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral
245 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

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Community Kitchen at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral

The Community Kitchen, which began under the name Soup Kitchen, operates the third Tuesday of every month. The volunteer work involves food prep, cooking, hall setup, serving the meal and---so important!—cleanup. We also have a food pantry, so a few awesome volunteers come early to bag up canned/non-perishable goods for our guests to take with them. Some volunteers arrive earlier, but the typical timeframe is 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Won’t you consider volunteering once in a while? All you have to do is show up. By the way, there’s no age limit. We have teenagers volunteering and we have people “forever young” volunteering. Just look at the collage at the beginning of this Herald. Tots and teens. Seniors and all. Everyone turned out to make our Christmas Community Kitchen a true family event. How wonderful it would be for every month’s Community Kitchen to be like this. We prayed and we sang. We ate and we connected. Guests and hosts alike. We thought, what if the entire world took notice and tried a little bit of outreach: the world would become a better place. How about it. It would be truly wonderful to expand our volunteer base, so we can do more. Please communicate your willingness to Father Stephen, fatherstephen@annunciation.org. He will put you in touch to those who’ve taken the lead and are coordinating this important ministry. Thank you.

Phone Number

415-864-8000
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THE VIGIL: Interfaith Annual Homeless Persons Memorial
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Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir Concert
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Christmas Eve Mass
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