Our mission is to be formed together into a community of disciples who live all of life in reference to Christ. He is the center of our community life and our greatest joy.

Ordinary Time

We are currently in the church calendar season of Ordinary Time. The term Ordinary Time refers to the numbered weeks following Pentecost (ordinary from the Latin word ordinalis meaning “ordered in a series”). It is an extended season taking up the entire second half of the Christian calendar that offers us a time of growth and maturity of faith. The first half of the calendar is full of events and Holy Days focused on the season cycles of Christmas (Advent, Nativity, Epiphany) and Easter (Lent, Holy Week, Easter, Pentecost). The second half is about living in the light of these realities. You will begin to notice that the Gospel readings are all from either Jesus’ teachings or his parables. The concept is growth in faith. Ordinary Time is when we develop our understanding of who Jesus is by way of his teachings. The color for Ordinary Time is green which is intended to evoke the sense of growth and new life that are connected to this season. Plants and trees don’t grow fast. It takes sustained sunlight, nutrients, and water to grow. We invite you to enter into this season with that in mind. We call this season “ordinary” but the work of the Spirit in our lives during this time is anything but ordinary! 

If you are new, we hope that you will join us in-person for a Sunday worship service. If you prefer to join us online, please see our Calendar below with instructions on how to join our Zoom broadcasts.

You can also reach out to connect with our Staff & Clergy or subscribe to our weekly e-newsletter to get further connected.


Main Calendar

Follow along with our online services and activities by clicking the links provided in the Calendar below.

Locate the event you would like to join on the Calendar. Click on the event name to see instructions for joining and necessary links.  Click here to view our video call best practices.
**We require a meeting password for our Sunday Services. Meeting passwords are emailed out to our community each week. Please email ferial@eucharistsf.org to obtain the meeting password if you are a guest or did not receive it.


Who We Are

  • We love Jesus (He first loved  us…)
  • We’re committed to thoughtful, Biblical, historic Christianity.
  • We’re discipleship-focused and missionally-oriented.
  • We’re down-to-earth, real people, who love each other.
  • We have great confidence in the power of Christ to transform and restore lives, even those in the darkest of circumstances. (What else could we who believe in the resurrection say?!)
  • Our congregation is rooted in the Anglican tradition. We seek to connect ancient forms of worship and classic Christian faith to the lives of 21st-century people.
  • Learn about our staff and leaders.

 

Getting Involved

Our primary Community gathering is our weekly meeting Sundays at 10:00 a.m. @ 1504 Bryant Street when we gather for worship and fellowship. Feel free to join us at 9:00am each Sunday for Catechesis (similar to Sunday School). We also have a thriving midweek community life and other activities.

 

Contact Information

Sunday Meeting Location: 9:00 a.m. – Catechesis; 10:00 a.m. – Worship
1504 Bryant Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Mailing Address:
1504 Bryant Street, FL 3
San Francisco, CA 94103

Phone: 415.562.6985

General Email: info@eucharistSF.org

 

Eucharist Church is a congregation in San Francisco connecting ancient forms of worship and classic Christian faith to the lives of 21st-century people.