Worship Service every Sunday at 10:30 am
Mission: We are a diverse yet intimate community of people seeking to support one another and provide service to the world. We are: Christian: We perceive in Jesus Christ the divine qualities of love, peace, compassion, joy & justice. Progressive: We believe that faith is a journey and a way to connect with others. Faith is not a clutched certainty. We affirm different points of view as an opportunity to learn and grow--but our focus in on compassion and inclusivity. Spiritual: We believe that the inclusive love of God can be felt and experienced by everyone. We also understand spirituality as connected to mind and heart and body. Evolving: We welcome change and are open to new ways of experiencing God’s work in the world. We strive to be rooted in tradition but not stuck in our thinking.
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We are in the midst of tumultuous times! The violence around and within is threatening to disrupt, destroy, and annihilate everything in its path. We have an opportunity to stand in Love and refuse to believe that God has forgotten their children. The poet of Psalm 139 beautifully describes the loving intimacy we share with our Creator. I invite you to lesson to God's love song to humanity found in this Psalm.
This is where you will find the Music & Meditation video:
youtube.com First Congregational Church of San Francisco, United Church of ChristTami Groves, Senior Pastor"God Is Holding Your Life" Theme Song, by Richard Bruxvoort Co...
Today is the day of Epiphany! The Magi refer to Jesus as the “king of the Jews”—he is not their king. They do not share a culture or religious tradition with Jesus, and somehow, they recognize his power and come to pay homage. In ancient Greek, the meaning of the word Epiphany is a manifestation or appearance. How have you seen God's dreams manifest in your life?
youtube.com First Congregational Church of San FranciscoRev. Tami Groves, Senior PastorReece Owens, Music Director/Video EditingAisha Campbell, Alto Section LeaderJack D...
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sojo.net A political coup holds hands with theological heresy.
Aisha Campbell offers a beautiful Christmas song in our collective look towards the Epiphany. Please enjoy!
Aisha Campbell offers a beautiful Christmas song in our collective look towards the Epiphany. Please enjoy!
The Choir at First Congreagational Church of SF worked hard to contribute to a special Christmas Carol Medley. We hope you enjoy! Thank you and MERRY CHRISTMAS
This Sunday is the fourth Sunday of Advent...Love. Today we will light the candle of Love and celebrate the joy of knowing the we are loved beyond measure by Divine Love. But sometimes the "oh no"s of our life can draw our attention away from that Love.
“If Mary’s fear had subsided by seeing her cousin face-to-face, then surprise replaced it. Surprise, because until that moment, Mary had been caught up in the ‘oh no’ parts of her life. She was very young, engaged, still at home with mom and dad, and now pregnant with God’s baby. Those are a lot of “oh no’s” to handle all at once. And those ‘oh no’s’ dominated Mary’s mind. Those ‘oh no’s’ caused her to forget what else that angel had said to her on that day. Mary had forgotten what the angel had called her when he first laid his holy eyes on her face. ‘Greetings, favored one,’ the divine messenger proclaimed. ‘The Lord is with you.’. . . Mary had forgotten that beginning part of their conversation until Elizabeth’s reaction of joy and confidence reminded her. Mary had been so caught up in the fear, in the haste, in the ‘oh no’ parts of her life, she had completely forgotten the angel first addressed her as favored one, as one her God claimed.”
—Shannon Kershner. “Singing Mary’s Song.”
youtube.com First Congregational Church of San FranciscoRev. Tami Groves, Senior PastorReece Owens, Music Director Wendy Loomis, AccompanistAisha Campbell, Alto Section ...
This Sunday is the third of Advent! In our text, Mary offers a prophetic vision of the world awash with the joy of the fullness of God! Scripture is flooded with dream-like images: the lion lying down with the lamb, justice rolling like a mighty river, swords being beaten into plowshares, the prisoner being set free,
good news to the oppressed, the whole world rejoicing. Let's join in the expressions of joy and celebrate the "anticipatory joy" (Dr. Marcia Riggs) of Mary's dream.
How will you sow seeds of anticipatory joy this week?
youtube.com First Congregational Church of San FranciscoRev. Tami Groves, Senior PastorReece Owens, Music Director Wendy Loomis, AccompanistHymn "My Soul Gives Glory to ...
This Sunday is the second of Advent! John stands in the wilderness and beckons us to prepare the way for the one who will be God among us! We are urged to be prepare the way!
To prepare the way for just peace is a choice that we must make daily. Messengers know that what we see is not all there can, will, or should be. Messengers face the troubles of the world receptively, perceptively, and attentively as they proclaim, “We shall overcome.”(Dr. Marcia Riggs)
How will you prepare the way during this time of active waiting?
This is where you will find a beautiful music, and words for dreamers!
youtube.com First Congregational Church of San FranciscoRev. Tami Groves, Senior PastorReece Owens, Music Director Wendy Loomis, AccompanistHymn "O Come O Come Emmanuel"...
The Choir of First Congregational Church of San Francisco presents "I Believe" by Mark Miller, accompanied by Wendy Loomis
"I believe in the sun, even when it is not shining,
I believe in love, even when I don't feel it,
I believe in God, even when God is silent" These anonymous, simple, and gorgeous lyrics were found inscribed onto a wall in a concentration camp. The benediction spoken by Senior Pastor Rev. Tami Groves echoes these most poignant words.
Video/Audio editing by Reece Owens
Liturgy & poetry by Sarah Are | A Sanctified Art LLC | sanctifiedart.org
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This Sunday is the first of the Advent season! This is our invitation to enter into active waiting for the Christ child to be born!
To begin Advent amid pandemic and protest is a befitting point of departure for 21st-century people of God. We are being reminded that to be the people of God requires an ethical posture of attentiveness, to “keep awake.” (v. 37) The text charges us to “keep awake” because we do not know the day or the hour when the fullness of “God with us” will be realized. (Dr. Marcia Riggs)
How will you stay awake during this time of active waiting?
First Congregational Church of San Francisco Rev. Tami Groves, Senior Pastor Reece Owens, Music Director Wendy Loomis, Accompanist First Congregational Churc...
Jesus says God is so close to us that when we feed the hungry we are feeding God! Wow! Jesus is telling us (again) that our lives are intimately interwoven with each other and God. Division is the delusion. How would that change your life if you believed that to be true?
First Congregational Church of San Francisco, United Church of Christ Rev. Tami Groves, Senior Pastor Reece Owens, Music Director Scripture: Mark 25:31-46 Hy...
Today! Trust In God's Abundance! Music & Meditation 11.15.20 - https://mailchi.mp/d639a7483d6e/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8182818
Trust In God's Abundance! Music & Meditation 11.15.20 - https://mailchi.mp/253953db3f6a/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8182814
Today! Get Ready & Wait! (Sunday 11.8.20) - https://mailchi.mp/0b34431829e8/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8176770
Get Ready & Wait! (Sunday 11.8.20) - https://mailchi.mp/b7cec11eda9d/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8176762
A brief (6mins) Blessing & Sung Prayer for Election Day https://youtu.be/Ymtder_u9Fk
Election Day Meditation + Lord's Prayer First Congregational Church of San Francisco Rev. Tami Groves, Senior Pastor Reece Owens, Music Director Gabrielle Go...
Election Day Meditation & Sung Prayer - https://mailchi.mp/1b004dde3361/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8175130
Here are some opportunities for collective prayer on this Election Day!
sojo.net After you vote, while you wait in line to vote, or while you anxiously tune in as votes are tallied, here are places that you can pray on Election Day.
Today! Blessed Are Those Who Mourn(Sunday 11.1.20) - https://mailchi.mp/3bd7f9e69ae5/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8170186
Blessed Are Those Who Mourn(Sunday 11.1.20) - https://mailchi.mp/9484014bb692/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8170178
One More Opportunity For Prayer - https://mailchi.mp/a649d60af902/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8170106
How About Some Good News?! FCCSF Newsletter - https://mailchi.mp/692935f4236e/what-cant-wait-joy-love-8167930
mailchi.mp On Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020, Bishop William J. Barber, II, Co- Chair of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival will deliver a prophetic sermon to the nation at the historic Rankin Memorial Chapel, Howard University entitled: “We Know What We Must Do”. Speaking from the scr...
Today! Is It Really That Simple? (Sunday 10.25.20) - https://mailchi.mp/8961197705a0/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8161674
Is It Really That Simple? (Sunday 10.25.20) - https://mailchi.mp/a5c16e0f69ad/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8161646
[10/18/20] When Empire Feels Bigger Than God, Oct. 18,2020
When Empire Feels Bigger Than God (Sunday 10.18.20) - https://mailchi.mp/b8613f7949f0/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8155190
Today!When God Changes Their Mind (Sunday 10.11.20) - https://mailchi.mp/19b18a32dc91/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8149366
When God Changes Their Mind (Sunday 10.11.20) - https://mailchi.mp/6e91797767eb/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8149370
Today!When A Community Fails To Love (Sunday 10.4.20) - https://mailchi.mp/f7f56cb245ea/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8145058
When A Community Fails To Love (Sunday 10.4.20) - https://mailchi.mp/1faf42be8b7c/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8145054
When Everything Falls Apart (Sunday 9.27.20) - https://mailchi.mp/8cc3005dbacf/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8140734
When Everything Falls Apart (Sunday 9.27.20) - https://mailchi.mp/12257d0ace49/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8140730
adriennemareebrown.net 'The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.' – camus…documenting my liberation
When Vulnerability Is Necessary (Sunday 9.20.20) - https://mailchi.mp/dcfb0e4a03d6/oops-correction-to-midweek-check-in-8135718
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