GLIDE Memorial Church

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GLIDE Memorial Church believes in a radically inclusive, just and loving community mobilized to alleviate suffering and break the cycles of poverty and marginalization.

SUNDAY CELEBRATIONS

PASTORS

CONGREGATIONAL LIFE

GLIDE ENSEMBLE


About GLIDE Memorial Church
We pride ourselves in continually striving to meet the challenge set by Lizzie Glide in 1930 to be “A house of prayer for all people.” The Glide Foundation and Glide Memorial United Methodist Church were established by Lizzie GLIDE in honor of her late husband, Joseph, as well as a means to share her spirituality and commitment to those in need.

The Church and Foundation both experienced a renaissance in the 1960s with the arrival of the Rev. Cecil Williams, Janice Mirikitani and a community responding to the changing times and a growing need for new opportunities. This transformative period continues to live on in GLIDE to this day.

For over 80 years, GLIDE has been a spiritual home and refuge for people from many diverse backgrounds and spiritual traditions, as well as a provider of services to the people of the Tenderloin and San Francisco. We invite you to discover how you can get involved and draw strength from the ever-changing, ever-growing GLIDE community!

In addition to two Sunday Celebrations, GLIDE Memorial Church offers a wide array of programs, including small groups and Bible studies, meditation and yoga, recovery circles, the GLIDE Pride Team, groups for lesbian, trans, gay, bi and queer individuals, teams devoted to social justice and racial justice and more. Whether your call is to sing in the GLIDE Ensemble or serve internationally with our Ray of Hope trip to Kenya, there is a place for you here at GLIDE. If you have an idea for a group you think would be a good fit here at GLIDE, let us know!

There are also many different opportunities throughout the year to volunteer with the GLIDE Foundation. From serving meals with a small group of other congregants to joining hundreds of other volunteers to hand out toys at Christmas, from providing HIV counseling to tutoring a child after school, there are ways to get involved and make a change in our community.

Your journey with GLIDE is just beginning.

<b>To find out more about what is happening in our congregation, read your bi-weekly e-newsletter Congregation Connect, which comes out every other Friday, call the Congregational Life Office at 415-674-6090, or email congregational_life@glide.org.</b>

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Don't miss our Gender Identity and Expression Summit, held the first weekend of May! Check the link in our profile for info and a schedule of events. Discussions and keynote talks will focus especially on the challenges and triumphs experienced by our transgender POC communities. #transgender #ALLYSHIP #blacktranslivesmatter @tdubtx @lgbt_history @sflgbtcenter @translawcenter @transassistanceproject @janetmock @lavernecox @oprahmagazine @theonj3 @goapele @michaelfranti @sheilaedrummer @supejanekim @matthaneysf @100daysaction @lyricsf @rmnetwork Backstage shot of Vernon Bush leading the #GLIDEensemble on Easter Sunday! We couldn't resist. #conductors #SFmusicians GLIDE Foundation Co-Founder Janice Mirikitani getting into the Easter spirit last Sunday! #glideholidays Thank you to all who joined GLIDE on #EasterSunday this year! Rev. Cecil Williams is pictured here, delivering a message of hope and joy. What brings you a sense of hope today?

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