Community Kitchen

The Cathedral’s Community Kitchen, which began under the name “Soup Kitchen,” operates the third Tuesday of every month. The volunteer work involves food prep, cooking, hall setup, serving the meal and---so important—cleanup. We also have a food pantry, so a few awesome volunteers come early to bag up ca ...

Philoptochos News! Save the Date

On December 3, following the Divine Liturgy, the Annunciation Cathedral Ladies Philoptochos will honor Patricia Aleck, immediate past president of the Philoptochos. A luncheon will follow the Liturgy, in the Cathedral’s Korinthias Hall.

The donation, and other particulars, wi ...

Would You Consider Donating $1 Million?

Back when Father Scott was helping us raise money to begin rebuilding the Cathedral, at one of the meetings where we were discussing holding a gala-type event, we recall his saying: “If we can get someone to donate $1 million, that would electrify the community.” He used t ...

A Mural on the Back Wall

Say, what? A mural? Yes, a mural. Recall, some time ago, we featured the graphic below and said we were giving thought to having it drawn along our entire property in the back, along Stevenson Street? The purpose of doing a mural was to thwart graffiti, which has become a perennial problem. You no sooner ...

The Cathedral Welcomes the New Consul General of Greece

The Cathedral welcomes the new Consul General of Greece to San Francisco, Ambassador Antonios Sgouropoulos, and his family. In the City barely a week, the new Consul General and his family were luncheon guests of Metropolitan Gerasimos of San Francisco.

Afterwards, ...

Members of the Philopotchos Board

Everything’s a go for our annual Greek Food Festival, which will take place on our grounds at 245 Valencia Street, San Francisco, this year, on Friday, September 22 (12 noon to 10 pm), Saturday, September 23 (12 noon to 10 pm), and Sunday, September 24 (12 noon to 8 pm).

Food preparati ...

Dear friends, let us continue to love one another, for love comes from God.

John 4:7