Responding to God’s Generosity

Celtic Cross“For you know the generous act of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, so that by his poverty you might become rich.”

– Saint Paul
II Corinthians 8:9

Four Ways to Give

1) Write a check or make a cash donation at an event.

Checks should be made payable to Eucharist Church.

2) Use BillPay™ or generate a check straight from your bank.

Please have your bank send the check to:

Eucharist Church
2 Townsend Street #2-405
San Francisco, CA 94107

3) Give the gift of stock.

For details about how to donate stock in a publicly traded company to Eucharist Church, please email ryan@eucharistSF.org.

4) Make an online donation.





Giving Beyond Our Walls

At Eucharist Church, we’re committed to growing in the grace of generosity. The God we encounter in Jesus is a God of abundance. In the gospels we repeatedly find Him multiplying resources – bread, wine, fish, and more. Our job is to learn how to trust Him as He guides us into generosity. 

2018 Advent Abundance Offering:

We are collecting an offering to support two ministries: one local (Foster the Bay), one international (Healing Hands of Joy). Our goal for December 2018 is $20,000. Please memo your check or online donation with either “Foster the Bay” or “Healing Hands of Joy” or if you want the money to be evenly split “Abundance Offering”. For more information or to have your questions answered, please reach out to Fr. Ryan (ryan@eucharistSF.org).

Vision of “The Abundance”

Eucharist Church is a registered 501(c)3 religious non-profit corporation, recognized by the IRS and the State of California as a tax-exempt entity. We will issue year-end receipts for all donations we receive. Our goal is to steward our finances with the utmost concern for integrity and transparency.  For questions about finance-related issues, please email us: finance@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.