Perspectives from Belva Davis — August 3, 2009 Blog Post

The Church for the Fellowship for All Peoples on Russian Hill lists itself as “an interfaith, interracial, intercultural community of seekers dedicated to personal empowerment and social transformation”. Sunday’s sermon concerned our relationship …  Read more …

Spirit in Action — July 19, 2004 (KPFA-Radio) Dr. Dorsey Blake Speaking About Dr. Howard Thurman: African American Mystic

Today’s program features Rev. Dorsey Blake, pastor of The Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples, in San Francisco, discussing the life and work of his mentor and predecessor at that church, Dr. Howard Thurman. Thurman is known for his influence on many activists …  Read more …

SF Chronicle Article — November 13, 2000

It seems logical that San Francisco, home of crazy ideas (little people-mover cars pulled up and down hills by what?) was the birthplace of a church so far ahead of its time that 56 years later, it’s still waiting for the world to catch up.

The Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples was based on the fact that the most segregated hour in America was — maybe still is  11 o’clock Sunday morning.  Read more …

Russian Hill Neighbors Newsletter – Fall 1997 Article about Fellowship Church

Do you know how many churches there are on Russian Hill? Within our boundaries (Van Ness, Pacific, Taylor and Bay) there are only two: the Norwegian Seaman’s Church and the Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples, popularly called Fellowship Church. Both churches are interesting historically and culturally. In this article we feature the Fellowship Church at 2041 Larkin Street near Broadway. Read more …