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Holy Innocents Episcopal family children friendly inclusive church San Francisco

Holy Innocents Episcopal Church

455 Fair Oaks Street, San Francisco

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Celebrating tradition & diversity

Welcome to Holy Innocents Episcopal Church, located in San Francisco’s Noe Valley.  We are an inclusive and diverse community of worshipers who believe in openness to new ideas and ways of worship, yet are grounded in the traditions of the Anglican Communion.

No matter what faith or tradition you follow, we celebrate diversity in our community. Whether you are simply visiting or looking for a church home, all are welcome at Holy Innocents.

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Services

Our community gathers on Sundays and Wednesdays for fellowship, prayer, study, and communion. An inclusive and progressive parish, we blend traditional worship from the Book of Common Prayer with diversity and a contemporary music and language. 

Sundays

9 a.m. Family Eucharist

11 a.m. Choral Eucharist

 On the last Sunday of every month, we only have one service at 9:30 a.m.

Wednesdays

5:30 p.m. Taize Service

6 p.m. Potluck and Community Dinner followed by Christian Education. All are welcome!

2nd Friday of every month

7:30 p.m. Taize Service

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Juneteenth is a celebration and a lament. It is both a mourning of past sorrows and a tentative, hopeful glance to the future. How and when did slavery end? How did/does our understanding of slavery’s end shape our view of what freedom could or should be? Join Professor Michael Thompson (Chabot College) as he discusses the multiple and complicated meanings of Juneteenth. This presentation and discussion will take place after the usual Wednesday night potluck.

Juneteenth Presentation & Potluck

Holy Innocents Episcopal Church

June 10, 2015, 6:00pm

Juneteenth is a celebration and a lament. It is both a mourning of past sorrows and a tentative, hopeful glance to the future. How and when did slavery end? How did/does our understanding of slavery’s end shape our view of what freedom could or should be? Join Professor Michael Thompson (Chabot College) as he discusses the multiple and complicated meanings of Juneteenth. This presentation and discussion will take place after the usual Wednesday night potluck.

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