There is a constant chorus of complaints about homelessness in San Francisco, but it has reached a fever pitch in the Duboce Triangle neighborhood that ridiculously includes calls to shutter a church meal program for the needy. Read More
A church meal program has become the target of residents seeking to reduce the number of homeless people living in the Duboce Triangle neighborhood.
St. Francis Lutheran Church officials say that despite a recommendation introduced last week to suspend Sunday morning meal service for 90 days to see if it affects the area’s homeless population, they intend to keep feeding people.
A local congregation rejoined the Lutheran Church on Sunday after 17 years of separation brought on by its inclusion of a gay pastor.
Members of the First United Lutheran Church in Cathedral Hill unanimously voted for the reunion. The move now gives the local church a vote and a voice in the larger church. Read More
A Lutheran church near Duboce Park reconciled with its estranged national affiliate Sunday, 20 years after it was expelled for coming out with two gay pastors.
The St. Francis Lutheran Church, cuddled between Blockbuster Video and Burger Meister on Church Street across from Safeway, voted 69-1 to accept the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America’s invitation back to the national roster. Read More