The Sanctuary Huddle has created a sanctuary statement that states what we believe and what we will do. Thank you to the diligent work of those who worked on this. Sanctuary Statement We are St. John’s Presbyterian Church [PC(USA)] and we choose welcome, we choose human dignity, and we choose Sanctuary, regardless of citizenship status.
The Compassion Team has identified some mission priorities that are interests and concerns of our congregation. These are opportunities to not only participate and engage in with action and education, but also financial donation as well. If you have any questions or comments regarding any of these projects, you can email pastor Theresa (firstname.lastname@example.org). Hamilton
PRESBYTERY OF SF INVITES YOU CROSSROADS WORKSHOP-“RACISM, POWER, & DOMINANCE IN THE US AND THE CHURCH” Date: Saturday, December 9th Time: 9 am – 5 pm Location: Primera Iglesia Presbiteriana Hispana 1941 High Street, Oakland, CA 94601 FREE of CHARGE Lunch will be provided, but donations are WELCOME! Click here to RSVP for Workshop Workshop Description: “Racism, Power,
FOSNA NorCal Conference Challenging Oppression: Working for Justice From Palestine to the USA December 3, 2017 St. John’s Presbyterian Church 25 Lake St. San Francisco, CA Register here Speakers on the current situation in Palestine include… Tarek Abuata, Rev. Nyle Fort, Huwaida Arraf, Dr. Mona El Farra of Gaza, Rev. Michael Yoshii, Lara Kiswani, Alicia
On Oct 14, 5 congregations packed 10,000 meals to “Rise Against Hunger.” These meals will go to areas in need.
The Presbytery of San Francisco gave each congregation $5000 to share with people and organizations in need. Throughout September, we invited you all to share your ideas of where in the community you felt this money could make a positive input. Most of the input fell into two categories: families who are homeless and undocumented