General Email: info@EucharistSF.org
2 Townsend Street #3-102
San Francisco, CA 94107
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Join us each Sunday at 10:00 a.m. at 1504 Bryant Street for worship.
Worship and Communion form the heartbeat of our life together in Christ. Our worship services are built around the historic shape of Christian worship and informed by our commitment to three classic streams: Scripture (Evangelical), Spirit (Charismatic), and Sacrament (Liturgical).
Eucharist is the ancient Christian word used to describe the central elements of Christian worship: the bread and wine which Christians receive by faith as the living presence of the crucified and resurrected Jesus. The original Greek word simply means “thanksgiving.”
More about sacraments and how they are central to our experience of faith.
Our Vision: We believe God is actively building us into a distinctive community of faith, an embassy or outpost for Himself right in the midst of San Francisco. This community, what the Bible calls the Body of Christ, is a continuation of the ministry and presence of Jesus—a sign, foretaste, and instrument of the coming Kingdom of God. We’ve been invited to be ambassadors of Christ, joyfully worshipping God and serving His purposes while loving our neighbors and embodying the hospitality of Christ.
Our Mission: To be formed together into a community of disciples who live all of life in reference to Christ.
More about our vision and values.
We are committed to Biblical, historic Christianity, and seek to thoughtfully practice it as it has been consensually understood and faithfully practiced in all places and at all times.
We believe that Jesus is Lord. He alone is our hope and our means of communion with God. We love because He first loved us. He is our life; His Kingdom, our mission; His presence, our joy.
We believe that God has been uniquely revealed to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. All of the goodness, beauty, and joy in life ultimately traces its way back to communion with the Trinity. Our communion with the Trinity is imperfectly, but necessarily, worked out in the context of our communion with fellow members of Christ’s Body, the Church.
We believe that our faith, our lifestyle, and our common life together must be shaped, nurtured, challenged by, and obedient to the Word of God. All of Scripture is to be understood in light of Christ.
More about what we believe.
Eucharist Church is a Christian congregation rooted in the Anglican tradition and shaped by the Benedictine way of following Jesus. We seek to connect ancient Christian worship and classic Christian faith to the lives of 21st-century people.
More about our roots
More about Anglicanism
Anglican Church in North America
The Anglican Church in North America unites 112,000 Anglicans in nearly 1,000 congregations across the United States, Canada, and Mexico into a single Church. On April 16, 2009, it was recognized as a province of the global Anglican Communion, by the Primates of the Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans. The Most Rev. Dr. Foley Beach is the Archbishop of the Church.
Members of the Anglican Church in North America are in the mainstream, both globally and historically, of Christianity—the biblically-faithful way of following Jesus and being part of the “One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church.” We belong to the world-wide Anglican Communion, constituting the third largest Christian body globally. More information about the Anglican Church in North America’s beliefs and practice can be found at their website.
Churches for the Sake of Others (C4SO)
Churches for the Sake of Others is a missionary diocese of the Anglican Church in North America focused on planting new congregations all across America. Within the Bay Area there are currently six sister Anglican congregations who are part of our diocese. Our Bishop is Todd Hunter. Bishop Todd had a wide variety of experience leading in various Christian contexts before being ordained as an Anglican Bishop. He serves as the Rector of Holy Trinity Church in Costa Mesa, California, in addition to his duties as a bishop, speaker, professor, and author. He is married to Debbie and has two adult children.