Join us for online worship at Bethany while we’re “Sheltering in Place.”
During the Pandemic the needs of the unhoused have only increased. Bethany prepares bagged lunches to support the homeless. We need donations: peanut butter, jelly, bread, bottled water & juice, soft fruits, prepackaged desserts, and chips. Donated items are then assembled from Noon to 1:30 pm by a small team and transported to those attending the San Francisco Night Ministry’s open worship service (“Open Cathedral”) in the Civic Center area on Sunday afternoon at 2pm.
Donate to support disaster relief efforts for the California Wildfires, through UMCOR. UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief) responds to natural or civil disasters of such magnitude that they overwhelm a community’s ability to recover on its own. Through UMCOR,...
If you would like to make a donation to the Philippines through Bethany UMC.
New study starting at Bethany on September 9th each Wednesday at 7pm via zoom. I Bring the Voices of My People by Chanequa Walker-Barnes. Bethany has copies of the books available if you need one and all are welcome regardless of geographic location. Thank you power of zoom!
Join us for the annual Blessing of the Animals. In person Blessings, socially distanced, Saturday, October 3rd, 12-1 pm. Virtual Blessings, during worship service, Sunday, October 4th, 10:45 am.
We’re excited to begin a 6 week study of James Cone’s book The Cross and the Lynching Tree — every Wednesday at 7pm, starting July 8th through August 12th. If you have never studied Cone before you are in for rich Black liberation theology that is transformative in our understanding of the Bible and our faith.We will explore a chapter a week, and it will be helpful if you read the chapter ahead of time.
Please note: This event has been Postponed and will not occur on March 29th. Join Team Bethany to participate and/or fund raise for the San Francisco Interfaith Winter Shelter. Walk begins and ends at the parking circle at Lake Merced (intersection of Sunset Blvd. and Lake Merced Blvd.).
Join us for Holy Week — Online — while we’re “Sheltering in Place.”