We are a historically Japanese American, predominantly Asian American, LGBTQIA+ affirming church (a Reconciling Congregation) focusing on deepening in faith, social justice & community. Pine UMC is a place of worship whose mission is to facilitate spiritual growth, support spiritual needs, and provide avenues of service so that Christ's love, compassion, and genuine, just peace becomes a concrete, lived reality in our world.

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MLK Week: Jan. 16-22
During the week of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Pine’s community is being encouraged to observe in 2 ways:

Sunday, Jan. 16, 12:30PM-2PM: Toiletry Drive Drop-Off:
To Keep Our Neighbors Safe & Healthy
After Zoom Sunday Worship on Jan. 16, we’ll have a Toiletry Drive to support our neighbors who visit the Richmond Neighborhood Center’s food pantry. Because Pine Church went above and beyond in donations for the Ubuntu Initiative last November, the surplus from the toiletry and safety kits will also go to the Center. Some of the popularly requested items are toothpaste, toothbrushes, and deodorant. Drop off items at Pine UMC by 2PM on Sunday, Jan. 16.

The Richmond Neighborhood Center reports skyrocketing community need since the pandemic started. We lift prayers of thanks for the generosity of Pine's community and our desire to respond to our neighbors’ needs. Stay tuned for our Mother’s Day Food Drive!

Week of Jan. 16-22: Building Beloved Community:
To Be Advocates for Justice and Peace
Along with participation in the Toiletry Drive, Pine members are encouraged to discern other ways of solidarity for justice, peace, and human rights for the rest of the week. It could be through signing a petition, committing to self-education, attending a public event about a community issue, writing letters to the detained and/or incarcerated, etc. Send a picture, a selfie, or a sentence or two to Pastor Jeanelle about how you celebrated the legacy of Rev. Dr. King.

All are welcome in this LGBTQ+ affirming and POC QT-led worship space.


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426 33rd Avenue
San Francisco, CA
USA 94121

Tel: 415-387-1800
Fax: 415-387-1801

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Services


Japanese:
Saturdays at 9:45 a.m.

English on Zoom:
Sundays at 11:00 a.m.