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On a regular basis, we fold origami cranes in solidarity to end detention sites, and support front-line immigrant and refugee communities that are being targeted by racist, inhumane immigration policies.

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He has told you, O mortal, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you But to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?  -- Micah 6:8


Guided by Micah 6:8, our Mission and Evangelism committee seeks to do justice through advocacy and education;

demonstrate kindness by being present in times of need with a welcoming spirit; and walk humbly with our God by organizing ways for our congregation to contribute to the church's work through out the world.


  • Special Presbyterian Offerings: Easter One Great Hour of Sharing; Peace; Christmas Joy

  • Financial contribution to Donaldina Cameron House every month

  • Year-end financial contributions to non-profit organizations and special projects



  • Advocate for Solutions to: homelessness, lack of affordable housing, domestic violence, gun violence, lack of clean water, war, gender equality, food insecurity

  • Educate on ballot measures that will impact vulnerable communities and residents

  • Participate in marches 



  • Preparing and serving dinner for the homeless in the SF Interfaith Coalition's Winter Shelter Program

  • Packing emergency dried food packets for Rise Against Hunger

  • Weekly food distribution to 125 Chinatown seniors with home delivery to frail seniors

  • For families who live in a single 8 x 10' foot room in Chinatown: a bag of school supplies for 200 children and a gift-wrapped toy for 100 children at Christmas time


These activities and many others are organized by the M & E committee and they are always seeking new members to join the committee and help with future mission projects and outreach.

Current Committee Members are:

Jeanette Huie

Ed Chin, Chair

Susie Wong

Jeanine Lim Chan

Cynthia Joe

Carole Chinn-Morales

Heidi Wong

Whittney Tom

Clinton Huey

Kevin Feeley

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