WELCOME TO TEMPLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Bloom Where You're Planted
Friends, Stay where you were called to be.God is there.
Hold the high ground with God at your side.
1 Corinthians 7:24
Temple will not be opening til 2021. We'll let you know when we feel we are able to keep you safe in our buildings.
A liberal, diverse community full of hope and compassion, devoted to Jesus and committed to justice.
65 Beverly St. San Francisco, CA
8:30 Spirit Cafe (weekly communion, William Taylor Room)
11:00 am services in English (Sanctuary)
in Cantonese (Tippett Hall)
During this time of shelter-in-place we will not hold office hours and our worship services will be virtual. You can find the recorded worship service at the bottom of this page or by going to the top of this page and clicking on Emerge SF. Enter the Emerge SF site and click on the Faith page. Don't stop there though, after watching the worship service please take a look around. Emerge SF is an online church experience where you will find Daily Chapel devotions, Scripture, reflections, recipes and exercises for this time at home, and any time!
Deep Blessings as you navigate this difficult time. Stay in and stay safe.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
Temple United Methodist Church
Located at 65 Beverly St. in beautiful San Francisco, Temple UMC is a uniquely diverse and loving community, open to all. We love Jesus, follow a liberal Wesleyan theology and believe that God adores us all and asks us simply to love God and our neighbor in response. Our ministries involve living out our love for God and our brothers and sisters in San Francisco and throughout the world. We invite you to become a part of our growing community, and we look forward to meeting you!
MEET OUR STAFF
Temple feeds 400 families a week at our food pantry, Wednesday afternoons 4-6:30 PM.
We receive our food from the San Francisco Food Pantry 2-3 in the afternoon and our wonderful volunteers prepare it to be picked up safely by our patrons. We wear gloves, masks, maintain safe spacing, wash our hands and everything else often!
If you are hungry or know of someone who is, please send them to 65 Beverly Street on Wednesday afternoon and we will see to it that they get food.
We are all in this together. No one needs to be hungry in San Francisco.
We Need Volunteers!
If you are under 60, have your own safe mask, and would like to volunteer we would love a little extra help! Many of our regular volunteers are over 60 and have been asked to stay home.
A Lenten Journey of Recovery
Each of us is created a precious and holy vessel of embodied love. We have been through a harrowing time since last Lent that has shattered our sense of wholeness–body, mind, and spirit–like a glass vessel fractured into pieces. In this Lenten “season of recovery” for our physical, communal, mental, intellectual, and environmental health, we will explore the healing narratives of Jesus that tell of divine solidarity with human suffering and remind us that we can begin a journey toward making something beautiful from that which is seemingly broken.