What is it?
Bayview Mission is a Special Mission of the Episcopal Diocese of California with strong support from Grace Cathedral. It provides much needed services, food, and supplies to residents of the Hunters Point/Bayview neighborhoods.
Where is it?
Bayview Mission is housed on a residential block in a Victorian home at 1547 Jerrold Avenue in San Francisco. We are easily accessible on public transportation including the SF Muni T Line (stop is Third Street/Kirkwood/LaSalle). Our telephone number is 415-515-4059.
When is it?
The food pantry is open on most Mondays from 9 - 11:30 a.m. Bayview Mission does sometimes close for holidays; click here for a list of Bayview Mission's holidays in 2014.
How do I get involved?
Send an email to the Rev. Nina Pickerrell by clicking here or by calling 415-515-4059.
What time commitment is expected?
We welcome volunteers on any Monday from 9 - 11:30 a.m., as your personal schedule permits.
Bayview Mission Purpose
Jesus taught us to love and serve one another. Bayview Mission will live out this call of love and service by manifesting the blessings that God has bestowed upon us. In living out our baptismal vows to seek and serve Christ in all persons, love our neighbors as ourselves, strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being, we seek to establish a welcoming community and safe haven for all generations in the Bayview Community. In all of our thoughts, words, and deeds, we will be mindful of the ministry of love and service to which God has called us.
Weekend Work Days at Bayview Mission
Work parties on Saturdays or Sundays can be arranged at the request of organizations, churches and youth groups by appointment only. We have welcomed pilgrimages from all areas, including out of state.
Bayview Mission Wish List
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