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Intro to SURJ SF Meeting – May 14

FCCSF supports SURJ and we invite our community to attend this event with us. See you there!!!!   Monday, May 14 at 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Alley Cat Books 3036 24th St, San Francisco, California 94110 Join us for the Intro to SURJ…

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Sharing Your Memories on Our Flickr

Hello Beloveds, We invite you to share all your photos & videos of your time at First Congregational Church of SF (i.e. weddings, events, baptisms, Sunday service, etc) with us. We are building a photo gallery on Flickr and our…

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Welcome Our New Pastor, Rev. Tami Groves!

  Tami Groves was born and raised in a small town in Northeastern Ohio and a suburb of Columbus. She is therefore a dyed-in-the-wool Ohio State University Buckeyes Football fan, loves rhubarb, knits as a spiritual practice and loves snow.…

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You Can Request for Prayer

Request prayer for whatever you need: a new job, good health, family, your children, prosperity, clarity, direction, etc. During our weekly Sunday morning service @ 10:30 am, you may ask for prayer. We also place prayer requests in our Weekly…

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Bible Study at FCCSF every Wednesday @ 7:00 pm. 

Bible Study every Wednesday at 7:30 pm. Potluck starts at 7:00 pm. Bring your friends and family. April 11 "Power of Vulnerability" with Brene Brown We continue a series of Ted Talks - videos with discussion Brené Brown is a research…

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Weekly Post – Week of April 10, 2018

Weekly Post   First Congregational Church of San Francisco April 10, 2018   Happenings this Week:   Wednesday, April 11 – 7 PM – Potluck, 7:30 Bible Study in Fellowship Hall We continue a series of TED – talk videos with discussion. “Power of Vulnerability” with…

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Weekly Post – Week of April 3, 2018

Weekly Post   First Congregational Church of San Francisco April 3, 2018 Happenings this Week:   Wednesday, April 4 – 7 PM – Potluck, 7:30 Bible Study in Fellowship Hall We begin a series of Ted – talk videos with discussion.   “Reconnecting with compassion” with…

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