Grace Cathedral is a house of prayer for all people and spiritual crossroads in one of the world’s most dynamic and beautiful cities. Like our congregation, The Community Preschool at Grace Cathedral is representative of the community that makes up the SF Bay Area. This month for Projecting Grace, we offer artwork created by our very own students at The Community Preschool in support of Yoga for Change.
Intentionally socio-economically diverse, The Community Preschool provides fully adjusted tuition to a third of its families, and a sliding scale level of tuition support to another third. The proceeds of Grace Cathedral’s 9th annual Yoga for Change benefit student financial aid, teacher training programs, hot nutritious meals and more.
Yoga for Change brings together a community of socially-minded supporters for a morning of yoga led by Yoga on the Labyrinth teacher Darren Main with live music by world music recording artist Nat Kendall. Yoga for Change takes place this year on September 18 at 10 a.m., and supports The Community Preschool at Grace Cathedral, which offers vital and transformative early childhood education to to children from the varied socioeconomic backgrounds, ethnicities, religious traditions, gender identities, cultures and abilities represented in the San Francisco Bay Area.
You are welcome to stop by for this informal event between 8 and 9 p.m.
About Projecting Grace
Projecting Grace is a monthly digital projection of art on the façade of Grace Cathedral. It’s an informal, casual event where people gather to watch as the artists project a series of digital images from Huntington Park to the façade of Grace Cathedral. It does take some time to adjust the lenses to get the image to project clearly on the façade. Once done, the image will be shown for approximately 5-10 mins for all to enjoy.
Projecting Grace is typically run on the last Sunday of every month, starting at sundown. We do our best to run the show during the time frame posted but may end earlier due to fog or rain.