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Sunday, October 17, 2021

3:00pm - 4:00pm

77th Annual Howard Thurman Convocation

Classical Music Concert


Program features music composed by African American ex-slave Blind Tom, German composer Johann Sebastian Bach, and French composer Ernest Chausson. The concert presents music written for piano solo, piano duet, and piano with string instruments.


Performers at the concert include Bay Area Award-Winning Musicians: pianists Carl Blake and Bill Quist and members of the Temescal String Quartet.


A special feature of the concert is a video that contains a biographical sketch of ex-slave Blind Tom who was the world’s top-earning musical performer of the 19th century.


This concert inaugurates a newly acquired concert grand piano at Fellowship Church.


Free Admission

Donations appreciated as this event is one of our annual fundraisers 


This service will take place in person at The Church for Fellowship of All Peoples

2041 Larkin Street (between Broadway and Vallejo Streets in Russian Hill)

San Francisco, CA 94109


COVID protocols will be followed.

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Sunday, February 7, 2021

10:30am - 12:00pm

Social Justice Film Series Discussion

#UNFIT – The Psychology of Donald Trump

An analysis of Trump by leading US mental health professionals and Republican strategists, on the record for the record. Please watch the movie ahead of our discussion.


Initial release: September 1, 2020

DirectorDan Partland

Time: 1 hour, 24 minutes


Places to find the movie:

• Click here to watch the preview.

• YouTube – The video is in seven parts. Click here to view all seven parts on YouTube.

• If you have an Amazon Prime Membership , you can watch for free. Click here.

Kanopy -  (Free) Kanopy is an on-demand streaming video platform for public libraries and universities that offers films and documentaries. 

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 832 3192 4409

Passcode: 770104

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Sunday, October 4, 2020

10:30am - 11:45pm

Social Justice Film Series Discussion

Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day Story  

A PBS film by filmmaker Martin Doblmeier

In the past, we have encountered streaming issues while trying to stream a video during a Zoom meeting. Therefore, we cannot view the movie together. Please view the film prior to the meeting. (Click title)

"Through Dorothy Day's journey from young, communist journalist, to her awakening as co-founder of The Catholic Worker newspaper and 'houses of hospitality, sheltering and feeding New York City's homeless during the Great Depression, emerges a portrait of a selfless woman who followed her heart to better the lives of those less fortunate. Martin Sheen, Cornell West, biographer, Robert Ellsberg.