Grace Cathedral is an Episcopal church with a rich history Located in the heart of San Francisco. Originally built in 1849 as Grace Church, the magnificent third church was unfortunately destroyed in the fire following the 1906 earthquake. The Cathedral is well-known for its stunning features, including the Ghiberti gate, labyrinths, stained glass, carillon, bells, and chorus. As a renowned pilgrimage site, Grace Cathedral offers a plethora of opportunities for education, development, and exploration of the arts and culture. The Cathedral is grateful for its magnificent building and hosts worship services every day of the year. Visitors can also enjoy guided walks with available teachers. Sung reflections and prayers create a rich tapestry of sound that is woven through each worship service.
Weekdays: 9am(Morning Prayer)
Tue: 5:30pm (Evening Prayer)
|6:30pm(The VineSF (In Person)
Thu: 5:30pm (Choral Evensong(In Person and Live stream)
Sun:8:30am(Holy Eucharist With Hymns (In-Person and Zoom)
|11am (Choral Eucharist (In-Person and Livestream))
|6pm (Vesper Light: Eucharist on the Labyrinth