Education and exploration are at the heart of our mission. Examining our faith and exploring its applications in the world is always timely, especially so with the impact of COVID-19. Be part of our mission through one or more of our online groups and events. We invite you to take a class or attend a lecture or program with our diverse, open-minded community and see where it takes you.
Engage in critical conversation on faith and contemporary issues with the Forum, and hear thought-provoking sermons by staff clergy and guest preachers, also available on iTunes, Spotify, and Youtube.
Our calendar page shows current offerings on book studies and spiritual practices; for questions about preparing for adult baptism, confirmation or reception in The Episcopal Church, please email the Rev. Mary Carter Greene at email@example.com call (415) 749-6369.
Wednesdays, except holidays • 7 pm • ONLINE
Join cathedral Dean Malcolm Young for a deep dive into the Scripture readings for the following Sunday’s Eucharist.
Limited Series –Sundays • 1 pm • ONLINE
Are you new to Grace Cathedral, the Episcopal Church, or the Christian faith (or maybe not so new, but looking for a way to connect and learn more about your faith)? Curious about who we are and what we believe? Interested in exploring adult baptism or confirmation? Join us as we explore the basics of Christianity in this 6 week series! “Christianity 101” is a fantastic way to boost your knowledge, build relationships, and plug into the Grace Cathedral community. All are welcome!
Wednesdays, except holidays • 6:30 pm • ONLINE
EfM is a group spiritual formation program that includes worship, spiritual reflection and study including the Old Testament, New Testament, church history and theology. Registration for September 2020 through May 2021 will be available soon. The group meets Wednesdays, 6:30-9 p.m., September to May, with breaks at Thanksgiving, Christmas and Holy Week. New EfM groups start each September, with registration in July. The course is limited to 6 to 12 people each year. For more information, email Roberta Sautter. Information about EfM is also available on the Diocese of California website.
Sundays • 4:30 – 5:30 pm • ONLINE
Please join us for study and discussion of Bart Ehrman’s Misquoting Jesus, beginning April 11 at 4:30 pm on Zoom. Ehrman shows where and why changes were made in our earliest surviving manuscripts and explains how the many variations of our cherished biblical stories came to be. We will begin the first session with the Introduction and Chapter One.
For more information and Zoom access, please contact Lnstrinc@Yahoo.com.
Thursdays, except holidays • 11 a.m. • ONLINE
Join us for a virtual Bible Study on The Acts of the Apostles, one of the sacred texts from the New Testament. Led by cathedral clergy and lay leaders. No preparation necessary! All are welcome on a drop-in basis.
10-Week Series • 90 minutes every other week • ONLINE
Join us for Sacred Ground, a ten-week small group curriculum dedicated to the work of racial justice. Working online together in small groups, the program invites participants to walk through chapters of America’s history of race and racism while weaving in threads of family story, economic class, and political and regional identity.
Telephone: (415) 749-6300