SFIC MONTHLY BREAKFAST

Thursday, February 8, 2018
8:00 am - 9:30 am

All are welcome! Bring a friend!

St. Mark's Lutheran Church  (Heritage Hall)  
1111 O'Farrell Street at Franklin, San Francisco

(Please do not park in the St. Mark's parking lot as those
spaces are rented to others. Parking is available
across the street at St. Mary's Cathedral at 1111 Gough Street).

CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST HOST

    Japanese American Religious Federation

MEDITATION

Rev. Maggie Oman Shannon, Senior Minister

PRESENTATION

David Wallace,  Executive Director

Our Mission

For seven years, our mission has been simple, but ambitious: operate a free, volunteer-powered health clinic that provides high-quality, primary care to the hard working uninsured men and women in our community. Because they simply cannot afford to see a doctor, a majority of our patients come to us ill or suffering from chronic disease that has gone unchecked or undiagnosed for years. Every day, we are aware that for most of the working uninsured in our neighborhood, our free clinic is the difference between life and death.

As the executive director of  Clinic by the Bay, David Wallace has more than 20 years of experience managing various non-profits, serving communities in need, and working with volunteer groups worldwide. His career has been dedicated to serving a vast array of constituencies, including individuals with developmental disabilities and their families, queer youth, the working poor, at-risk youth, and the Black community around HIV/AIDS. David lived and worked abroad for several years, serving the U.S. Peace Corps - recently, he was the Director of Management and Operations for Peace Corps in Lesotho, and from 1997 - 1999 he was a volunteer in Kazakhstan. He has one son, Kyle, whom he adopted out of the foster care system.

FAITH JOURNEY

Jilma Meneses, Chief Executive Officer  

Interfaith Winter Shelter Extended
Through March 31, 2018!
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Would your congregation/organization like to cook and serve a meal at the 
extended Interfaith Winter Shelter? Please note this invitation is for congregation/organization host sponsors only and not for individual volunteers. Those signing up are committing their congregation or organization to cook and serve a meal on the date(s) they have selected.   

Location:  Canon Kip Senior Center
705 Natoma (between 8th and 9th Streets), San Francisco 

Number of men to be served: 40 

Please note that meals will need to be prepared offsite but may be kept warm in the Canon Kip Senior Center kitchen upon arrival. 

If you would like to sign up for a date or dates, please visit: 


If you have any questions, please contact Cynthia Zamboukos at 
415-474-1321 or cynthiaz@sfinterfaithcouncil.org 

Thank you for supporting the Interfaith Winter Shelter!




WinterFaith Shelter Walk 2018 
Supporting the Interfaith Winter Shelter
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To Register and/or Donate Please Visit:  

When:   Sunday, May 6, 2018 at 1:30 pm

Where:   Parking Circle at Lake Merced  , San Francisco
(Intersection of Sunset Blvd. and Lake Merced Blvd.)

Funds raised will benefit the

Become a sponsor for $300 and have your congregation/organization
logo on the walk tee-shirt and walk website! 
Deadline to submit logo is March 15, 2018. 

Please visit:  Walk Sponsorship

PDF Flyer: Walk 2018

If you have any questions, please contact Cynthia Zamboukos at 
415-474-1321 or cynthiaz@sfinterfaithcouncil.org 

Thank you for your support!
 


The San Francisco Interfaith Council Presents 

Interfaith harmony begins with mutual understanding and respect among faiths. This calendar promises to help avoid potential conflicts when scheduling events. We hope you will find it useful. Please share with your congregations and organizations.

We apologize in advance for any omissions and/or oversights that might have inadvertently not been included in this 
Interfaith Calendar.


"Roots of Peace: Mines to Vines"
Commonwealth Club Podcast
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If you missed the presentation by Roots of Peace Founder, Heidi Kuhn, you may listen to the podcast at the link below moderated by SFIC Executive Director, Michael G. Pappas. Roots of Peace is a charity dedicated to removing land mines and creating thriving farmland in countries dealing with and recovering from conflicts and economic instability.