Social justice, social outreach and volunteering are central to the mission of Grace Cathedral. They are the ways we help build a more just and loving world here in San Francisco and beyond our city.
Social justice is the work we do to change unjust structures: inequality, racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia and all the systems that oppress so many of God’s children. It is our calling as a community that attempts to live out God’s love in the world.
Check out all the ways that Grace is involved in social justice:
Through advocacy, education, and careful consideration of our own carbon footprint, Grace Cathedral is committed to caring for the Earth.
Our two schools, the Community Preschool and the Cathedral School for Boys, break down barriers to learning and bring educational excellence to a diverse body of students.
Building on its rich history, Grace Cathedral continues to oppose sexism, homophobia, and transphobia through public witness and advocacy.
With the help of community partners, we are committed to making San Francisco a safer place by working to reduce gun violence.
We recognize that systemic racism is at the root of many forms of inequality and violence. Grace Cathedral is committed to being an anti-racist community and advocating for racial justice.
We are advocates for a lively community of seniors who contribute enormously to the life of the cathedral.
Social outreach through volunteering is the work we do together to make individual and community lives better here and now in our own neighborhoods and beyond. Many of our volunteer opportunities, outreach programs and ministries are center on social justice.
Check out the ways you can volunteer with Grace around social justice: