glide memorial church
San Francisco’s best charity ball is still happening in 2020, though online of course, as the 11th annual Glide Legacy Gala is this Saturday, August 15, at 8 p.m. It’s a virtual celebration that still features a digital DJ Dance Party, the awards ceremony, and words from your activists —
San Francisco’s most uplifting Thanksgiving tradition is Glide serving more than 5,000 Turkey Day meals to people in need, and Glide is on a last-minute blitz to prepare the hundreds of turkeys and hams, 1,500 pounds of potatoes, 950 pounds of fresh vegetables, and 312 gallons of stuffing necessary to
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Guest post by LeRon L. Barton The story of San Francisco today can be summed up in three words: Housing, Displacement, and Gentrification. The removal of people from their homes, the loss of local business, the reimaging of neighborhoods, and the destruction of community is the number one issue with
Glide Memorial Church is at the center of a power struggle with the United Methodist Church that threatens to undermine Glide’s efforts to serve the needy, provide 700,000 free meals a year to the hungry, deliver family, HIV, and healthcare services, and of course hold their immensely popular Sunday Celebrations
In his memoir, An American Family: A Memoir of Hope and Sacrifice, Khan tells the story of his family’s pursuit of the American dream and why—especially in these tumultuous times—we must not be afraid to step forward for what we believe in when it matters most. An American Family is