As the number coronavirus cases increases and most of the world is encouraged to shelter in place, the church as a whole, Grace Cathedral included, is still called as a witness to the life and health that God desires for all creation. While that core commitment never changes, how we live into it does. Grace Cathedral will continue to adapt our worship, community life and outreach to express this mission for the world as it is, and in light of the best available public health guidelines.
As the cathedral of the Diocese of California, we are closely following the direction of our bishop regarding public worship. Click here to read the most recent communications from the bishop and his recommendations to the churches in our diocese.
With the cathedral closed and San Francisco focused on community health, we have a unique opportunity to experience community, faith and one another in new ways. We invite you to stay connected with Grace through our online events, blog and social media.
Love, peace, hope and the arts live online at Grace.
We do want to know if any member of our congregation becomes infected with the virus. If you or a loved on does become ill from the coronavirus, please reach out to the Rev. Canon Dr. Ellen Clark-King, our Vice Dean and Canon for Social Justice, at email@example.com or 415-749-6319.