Welcome to St. John's in the Mission.

Located around the corner from the busy Mission-16th Street-Valencia corridors in San Francisco's north Mission District, St. John's has been described by many as an oasis not only for the tranquility of our garden amidst the surrounding bustling streets, or the warm golden light that fills our soaring nave on a sunny day, but because so many have found St. John's to be a place of loving peace, healing, and renewal in an often all-too-broken world.

Monthly at Saint John's

Ministerio Latino – 2nd Wednesday at 6pm en la Pupuseria Panchita’s en el 3091 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94103 

Compline – 3rd Sunday at 7:10pm

Misa en español – 3rd Monday at noon – Todos son bienvenidos a una misa en nuestro jardín cada tercer lunes al mediodía con la comunidad del Centro Latino!  All are welcome to a garden mass every third Monday at noon.

Next BISHOPS COMMITTEE Meeting is January 29th after the service.

Annual Meeting Sunday Feb 5th

Please join us Sunday, February 5th for our Annual Meeting! We will be sharing the Annual Report, as well as hearing from our Vicar, Wardens, and Treasurer about the joys and hardships of the past year, alongside looking ahead to 2023. We will be holding this year’s Annual Meeting in person and  virtually, and using the same link as Sunday morning worship. We would love as many folks as possible to come and participate!  

Wednesday Forums

Report on Human Rights Work by Cristosal: We learned about Human Rights Work by Cristosal in Central America and enjoyed a pupusa supper! Cristosal’s Global School of Human Rights brings people together who make a lasting impact on each other and their communities. After a 2-year pandemic hiatus and in September 2022, a group of us (Rev. Claire Ranna, Rev. Lisa Fortuna and Michelle Porche, plus a colleague from UCSF) went to participate in a Global School in Guatemala focused on LGBTQ Human Rights.

St. Francis Feast Day Procession

Thanks to all creatures great and small who came to the service, received a blessing, and joined in the procession.

On Sun 22 Jan at 4pm, Mark Winges and Tina Harrington will present a program for voice and organ spanning nine centuries of music, ranging from Hildegard of Bingen’s O ignee Spiritus to the premiere of Mark’s Three Sacred Songs. The
concert also features pieces by Schütz, Vivaldi, Buxtehude, Bach, and less familiar works by Leo Sowerby and Paul Bonneau.

It is not often that we are fortunate enough to hear a composer premiere their own work, so come join us at St. John’s for this festive 1-hour recital, followed by wine and cheese. Free will offering of $15 suggested, however all are welcome regardless of ability to donate.

Click here to listen!

Save the Date

  • Weds 8 Feb at 730pm RESCHEDULED
    • Things that we love: A Valentine’s recital
    • Artists-in-residence Shelby Yamin (violin) and Caitlyn Koester (harpsichord)
  • Sun 12 Mar at 4pm
    • Organ recital by Ben Bachmann

Still Thinking about Pledging? It's not too late. See Michelle's Pledge Video 2022 for some inspiration.

Sunday Service 10:15am in person and on zoom

Wednesday Meditation 12:30pm

Support Gubbio and treat yourself to deliciously "Divine Coffee!"

Trina Ramsey, Chief Development Officer of Mission Graduates came to present updates on the program’s 50th anniversary. Liz Specht, one of the early leaders of the program, joined in the describing its history. Find out more about how you can support Mission Graduates here.

Thanks to all who helped prepare and clean for the floor refinishing. Most of all thanks to Stoner Lichty and Darryl Raszl for funding this much needed restoration to the nave.

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