Eucharist Church

Eucharist Church is a Christian congregation rooted in the Anglican Tradition (ACNA) located in San Francisco. Our worship service is at 10am each Sunday

Operating as usual

07/24/2021

If you’re still on the fence about whether to come to tonight’s chamber music concert + evensong, you may want to watch this video. 😉

07/19/2021

Check out our latest episode from the Good Earth podcast series, with our very own Kim Garcia-Meza. This is wonderful discussion about children, families, and the good that comes from getting your hands dirty in the soil. Hope your enjoy.

Check out our latest episode from the Good Earth podcast series, with our very own Kim Garcia-Meza. This is wonderful discussion about children, families, and the good that comes from getting your hands dirty in the soil. Hope your enjoy.

06/30/2021

A few weeks ago, Deacon John Trammell sat down for a one-on-one conversation with pastor, gardener, beekeeper, and neighborhood enthusiast Dr. Preston Pouteaux for a discussion about gardens, cultivation, the vocation of humans, and the mission of the Church. It was a wonderful chat and *you* now have the opportunity to listen in. You can find “Love Your Neighbor as Your Celery” in the Eucharist Podcast feed and on our website.

A few weeks ago, Deacon John Trammell sat down for a one-on-one conversation with pastor, gardener, beekeeper, and neighborhood enthusiast Dr. Preston Pouteaux for a discussion about gardens, cultivation, the vocation of humans, and the mission of the Church. It was a wonderful chat and *you* now have the opportunity to listen in. You can find “Love Your Neighbor as Your Celery” in the Eucharist Podcast feed and on our website.

06/18/2021

We were really excited to sit down with Dr. Norman Wirzba, as we continue our focus this summer on a theology of creation. In this episode Frs. Ryan Jones and Jon Yeager are joined by Elliott Haught and Dr. Norman Wirzba for a discussion about the importance of human connectedness to the earth, to each other, and thereby to the God who creates and sustains all. Link in comments below.

We were really excited to sit down with Dr. Norman Wirzba, as we continue our focus this summer on a theology of creation. In this episode Frs. Ryan Jones and Jon Yeager are joined by Elliott Haught and Dr. Norman Wirzba for a discussion about the importance of human connectedness to the earth, to each other, and thereby to the God who creates and sustains all. Link in comments below.

04/14/2021

From “Shalom Shalom” by Francis Sajja. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

From “Shalom Shalom” by Francis Sajja. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

Photos from Eucharist Church's post 04/12/2021

On Sunday, Eucharist Church hosted our first Eastertide Feast at Lindley Meadow in Golden Gate Park. For the duration of Eastertide, we will continue to meet here immediately following worship for fellowship, picnicking, and Reserved Sacrament distribution for anyone who was unable to attend in-person worship.

04/07/2021

From “Death by Death” by Dcn. John Trammell. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

From “Death by Death” by Dcn. John Trammell. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

04/06/2021

“Jesus instituted the Eucharist with Judas and the rest of his disciples – ⁣
not because they were trustworthy⁣
not because they were faithful to the end⁣
not because they were brave⁣
not because they were holy⁣
not because they deserved it in anyway. ⁣

Jesus instituted communion with them simply… Because… He loved them. ⁣

He loved them to the end.”⁣
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From “A Seat at the Table” by Elizabeth Jones. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

“Jesus instituted the Eucharist with Judas and the rest of his disciples – ⁣
not because they were trustworthy⁣
not because they were faithful to the end⁣
not because they were brave⁣
not because they were holy⁣
not because they deserved it in anyway. ⁣

Jesus instituted communion with them simply… Because… He loved them. ⁣

He loved them to the end.”⁣
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From “A Seat at the Table” by Elizabeth Jones. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

04/05/2021

One last photo of our beautiful Easter cross. Have a blessed Eastertide. Feast with all the vigor you can muster for these next 50 days. He is risen.

One last photo of our beautiful Easter cross. Have a blessed Eastertide. Feast with all the vigor you can muster for these next 50 days. He is risen.

Photos from Eucharist Church's post 04/04/2021

Happy Easter from Eucharist Church. We had a wonderful time worshipping our resurrected Lord outdoors at the Presidio.

04/04/2021

HE IS RISEN INDEED! ALLELUIA ALLELUIA!

HE IS RISEN INDEED! ALLELUIA ALLELUIA!

04/03/2021

Always darkest before the dawn. Join us for the Easter Vigil tonight at 7:30. In person and online. Link in bio.

Always darkest before the dawn. Join us for the Easter Vigil tonight at 7:30. In person and online. Link in bio.

04/02/2021

Good Friday prayer vigil + Stations of the Cross happening from right now through 7:00 pm at our Bryant St. location.

Good Friday prayer vigil + Stations of the Cross happening from right now through 7:00 pm at our Bryant St. location.

04/02/2021

We had a wonderful time celebrating Maundy Thursday. Be sure to check the link in our bio for all of our Holy Week opportunities.

We had a wonderful time celebrating Maundy Thursday. Be sure to check the link in our bio for all of our Holy Week opportunities.

Photos from Eucharist Church's post 04/02/2021

Photos from Eucharist Church's post

03/31/2021

“Jesus had to take them THROUGH the very heart of their worst nightmare… He had to strip them of their illusory hopes… He had to send them through the darkest pit of hell…⁣

He had to allow their dreams to fall into the earth and die in order to make possible a reality that was inconceivably better than their highest hopes and their deepest dreams. ⁣

And this, I want to suggest is the same journey on which He invites each of us to join Him. ⁣

We must allow Jesus to crush our dreams. We must allow the desires that we are most attached to to be disappointed… We must allow the outcomes we feel most anxious to be secured to be surrendered. We must come face to face with Jesus the dream crusher.”⁣
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From “Jesus the Dream Crusher” by Fr. Ryan Jones. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

“Jesus had to take them THROUGH the very heart of their worst nightmare… He had to strip them of their illusory hopes… He had to send them through the darkest pit of hell…⁣

He had to allow their dreams to fall into the earth and die in order to make possible a reality that was inconceivably better than their highest hopes and their deepest dreams. ⁣

And this, I want to suggest is the same journey on which He invites each of us to join Him. ⁣

We must allow Jesus to crush our dreams. We must allow the desires that we are most attached to to be disappointed… We must allow the outcomes we feel most anxious to be secured to be surrendered. We must come face to face with Jesus the dream crusher.”⁣
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From “Jesus the Dream Crusher” by Fr. Ryan Jones. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

Photos from Eucharist Church's post 03/29/2021

We are excited to be offering a full slate of opportunities, both in-person and online, for worship and entering into the drama of Holy Week. See the above images for dates and times, or for a more comprehensive description of events and to sign up, see the link in the comments below.

Photos from Eucharist Church's post 03/27/2021

Our journey through Holy Week begins this Sunday with Palm Sunday. We will be meeting outdoors, in-person, in Pacifica again this week (no Zoom broadcast this Sunday). More details can be found at our website (link in bio). Please plan to join us for this joyous service.

[03/14/21]   Hey People of Eucharist Church... we still have 18 spots available for in-person gathering tomorrow. Come on out!! (sign-up at EucharistSF.org)

03/11/2021

From “Jesus the Disrupter” by Fr. Ryan Jones. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

From “Jesus the Disrupter” by Fr. Ryan Jones. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

02/23/2021

“So the question... for the church is, as we fast and as we fight, will we acknowledge our weakness and our failure? Will we see the temptation that is present, the weakness that we have? Will we have the courage to fight our foe and work against it? Will we have the confidence to follow our Savior into the wilderness?”
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From “A Strange & Wild Lent” by Fr Jon Yeager. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

“So the question... for the church is, as we fast and as we fight, will we acknowledge our weakness and our failure? Will we see the temptation that is present, the weakness that we have? Will we have the courage to fight our foe and work against it? Will we have the confidence to follow our Savior into the wilderness?”
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From “A Strange & Wild Lent” by Fr Jon Yeager. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

02/20/2021

“God says to Moses, ‘no one can see my face and live.’ Why not? Is it because God is immanently threatening? No, it’s because God is so infinitely good.⁣

The sheer goodness of God, the infinite depths of His immutable reality, can crush the self-inflating human ego.”
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From “Never Again the Same” by Dcn. Jeffrey Still. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

“God says to Moses, ‘no one can see my face and live.’ Why not? Is it because God is immanently threatening? No, it’s because God is so infinitely good.⁣

The sheer goodness of God, the infinite depths of His immutable reality, can crush the self-inflating human ego.”
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From “Never Again the Same” by Dcn. Jeffrey Still. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

02/17/2021

The use of ashes within the context of humble repentance predates Christianity and has its roots in the Jewish tradition (see Job 42:6, Esther 4:1, Daniel 9:3). This symbolism carried over into early Christianity, and as early as the fourth century there are accounts of grievous sinners, sprinkled in ashes, practicing public repentance during a season of preparation for Easter (which came to be called “Lent”) until they are finally restored into fellowship on Maundy Thursday (evening before Good Friday). Over the centuries, this practice evolved in the practice of the Church to include all Christians, who upon entering into the penitential season of Lent, receive the imposition of ashes and are thereby reminded of their mortality and of their need for a lifestyle of humility and repentance. ⁣⁣⁣
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At an Ash Wednesday Service, Christians join together in humble repentance for the sins they have committed over the previous year, and in repentance for societal sins in which they are complicit or from which they may benefit. Then they come forward and, traditionally while kneeling, are marked on their foreheads with ash, made of the palm fronds from the previous year’s Palm Sunday, in the shape of a cross. The officiant says to them, “remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return,” the words spoken by God as a result of the disobedience of Adam & Eve as recorded in Genesis 3:19. The ash and these words are meant to remind the penitent of their mortality and utter dependency. Christ, the image of whose cross they bear on their foreheads is their only hope in life and death. ⁣⁣⁣
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Ash Wednesday begins the Lenten Journey, a 40 day season (minus Sundays) of anticipation, fasting, and preparation for the great Feast of Easter. During Lent Christians practice self-denial as a way of being formed by the way of the cross, identifying in some small way with the sufferings of Christ. ⁣⁣⁣
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Lent mirrors both the wilderness wanderings of the people of Israel, and ultimately the 40-day fast of Jesus in the desert. In Lent, we join Jesus in the wilderness – striving, failing, and learning to depend on the strength and sufficiency of Christ in all things.

The use of ashes within the context of humble repentance predates Christianity and has its roots in the Jewish tradition (see Job 42:6, Esther 4:1, Daniel 9:3). This symbolism carried over into early Christianity, and as early as the fourth century there are accounts of grievous sinners, sprinkled in ashes, practicing public repentance during a season of preparation for Easter (which came to be called “Lent”) until they are finally restored into fellowship on Maundy Thursday (evening before Good Friday). Over the centuries, this practice evolved in the practice of the Church to include all Christians, who upon entering into the penitential season of Lent, receive the imposition of ashes and are thereby reminded of their mortality and of their need for a lifestyle of humility and repentance. ⁣⁣⁣
⁣⁣⁣
At an Ash Wednesday Service, Christians join together in humble repentance for the sins they have committed over the previous year, and in repentance for societal sins in which they are complicit or from which they may benefit. Then they come forward and, traditionally while kneeling, are marked on their foreheads with ash, made of the palm fronds from the previous year’s Palm Sunday, in the shape of a cross. The officiant says to them, “remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return,” the words spoken by God as a result of the disobedience of Adam & Eve as recorded in Genesis 3:19. The ash and these words are meant to remind the penitent of their mortality and utter dependency. Christ, the image of whose cross they bear on their foreheads is their only hope in life and death. ⁣⁣⁣
⁣⁣⁣
Ash Wednesday begins the Lenten Journey, a 40 day season (minus Sundays) of anticipation, fasting, and preparation for the great Feast of Easter. During Lent Christians practice self-denial as a way of being formed by the way of the cross, identifying in some small way with the sufferings of Christ. ⁣⁣⁣
⁣⁣⁣
Lent mirrors both the wilderness wanderings of the people of Israel, and ultimately the 40-day fast of Jesus in the desert. In Lent, we join Jesus in the wilderness – striving, failing, and learning to depend on the strength and sufficiency of Christ in all things.

02/12/2021

“Mission, according to the Bible, is God’s project from beginning to end. It is His idea. It is His vision; it is His strategy; It is His outcome to manage and execute. And He’s got it firmly under control. He knows what He’s doing. He’s not standing back wringing His hands in anxiety about how it will all work out. His mission is happening whether we realize it or not. And at the center of this mission is Jesus. Always Jesus. Not us. Not our money. Not our clever plans to go to this place or that place or do this or do that. Everything is happening in and through and for Jesus.”
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From “What Does God’s Mission Look Like?” by Fr. Ryan Jones. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

“Mission, according to the Bible, is God’s project from beginning to end. It is His idea. It is His vision; it is His strategy; It is His outcome to manage and execute. And He’s got it firmly under control. He knows what He’s doing. He’s not standing back wringing His hands in anxiety about how it will all work out. His mission is happening whether we realize it or not. And at the center of this mission is Jesus. Always Jesus. Not us. Not our money. Not our clever plans to go to this place or that place or do this or do that. Everything is happening in and through and for Jesus.”
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From “What Does God’s Mission Look Like?” by Fr. Ryan Jones. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

Photos from Eucharist Church's post 02/05/2021

This past Sunday, we had the wonderful opportunity to baptize little Micah Grace Zimmerman into Christ’s Body. Welcome to the family, Micah.

01/19/2021

“Human sexuality is nothing less than a living reminder... that our ultimate purpose, that our ultimate fulfillment is found in self-forgetful love. Whether we marry or remain single, this is true of all of us. As Paul suggests, ultimate sexual fulfillment is found in God alone. This is precisely how God designed it.”⁣
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From “What Are Bodies For?” by Fr. Ryan Jones. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

“Human sexuality is nothing less than a living reminder... that our ultimate purpose, that our ultimate fulfillment is found in self-forgetful love. Whether we marry or remain single, this is true of all of us. As Paul suggests, ultimate sexual fulfillment is found in God alone. This is precisely how God designed it.”⁣
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From “What Are Bodies For?” by Fr. Ryan Jones. This and many other sermons from our archive are available on our website, and from Apple Podcasts.

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