CBS/KPIX Features Yoga on the Labyrinth interviews with Bishop Marc Andrus & Darren Main
Grace Cathedral and I can’t believe how much YoL has grown over the past seven years – it has been an incredible experience! Now, we are looking for new and exciting ways to support the continued growth and involvement of
When: July 9 – July 30 Where: Chapter Room Tickets: $ 5 donation requested for dinner Learn More Overview The Anglican and Episcopal traditions are sometimes known as the “Middle Way.” What does this mean for how we live our own life of
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Lake Merced Park Sunday May 4, 2014 • 1:30 PM Join the Grace Cathedral Community in making a difference ! —> Learn more and Register to Walk
On Valentines Day Morning Darren Main lead a class set to the stunning music of Clare Hedin to bring awareness to violence against women worldwide. This class was part of the One Billion Rising movement and was timed to
When: February 14, 2014, 10am Where: The indoor labyrinth at Grace Cathedral Join us as we answer the call of V-Day’s ONE BILLION RISING FOR JUSTICE and host a special morning of Yoga on the Labyrinth with instructor Darren Main and musician Clare Hedin.
Countless people email asking about the awe-inspiring ribbons that hang from the ceiling of Grace Cathedral. I had the amazing opportunity to interview Anne Patterson—the world-renown artist behind this beautiful instillation. You are an artist in residence at Grace Cathedral.
SF Gate ran an amazing piece about the ribbons hanging from the ceiling of Grace Cathedral and Anne Patterson, the artist responsible for this moving installation. ‘Graced With Light’ art installation has 20 miles of ribbons By Anh-Minh Le •
A special thanks to everyone who supported Yoga for Change! We raised over $12,000 to help underprivileged children go to preschool! This is exactly why we do yoga—so that we can be agents of change in the world!