About SFOP

Our Congregations & Schools

SFOP/PIA is a nonpartisan grassroots coalition of congregations and schools working to create innovative solutions to the problems facing our region. We engage families, youth, and seniors in public life to create a safe, healthy, and livable San Francisco Peninsula for everyone. We work with Local Organizing Committees (LOCs) in over 60 congregations and schools representing 80,000 families to develop community leaders and grassroots campaigns. Each LOC determines its own priorities and develops solutions at monthly meetings.

I am involved with SFOP because I can empathize with the plight of so many people that are living in cramped and overcrowded conditions in San Francisco. As Paul writes in his first letter to the Corinthians, each of us can be a block in building a better life for others. Each one of us can become an instrument for others to see that hope is possible.
Alicia Esquivias, SFOP Leader-Corpus Christi Church

Institutional Members

  1. Bethel AME Church (San Francisco)
  2. Broadmoor Presbyterian Church (Daly City)
  3. Church of the Epiphany (San Francisco
  4. Community United Church of Christ (San Carlos)
  5. Congregation Emanu-El (San Francisco)
  6. Congregation Sha’ar Zahav (San Francisco)
  7. Congregation Sherith Israel (San Francisco)
  8. Congregational Church of San Mateo
  9. Corpus Christi Catholic Church (San Francisco)
  10. Faith Missionary Baptist Church (East Palo Alto)
  11. First Presbyterian Church of Palo Alto
  12. Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church (San Francisco)
  13. Jamestown Community Center (San Francisco)
  14. June Jordan School for Equity (San Francisco)
  15. Leadership High School (San Francisco)
  16. Mission Dolores Catholic Church (San Francisco)
  17. Neighborhood Baptist Church (San Francisco)
  18. Providence Baptist Church (San Francisco)
  19. San Francisco Community School (San Francisco)
  20. San Francisco Muslim Community Center (San Francisco)
  21. Sanchez Elementary School (San Francisco)
  22. Second Baptist Church of Redwood City
  23. St Anthony’s Catholic Church (San Francisco)
  24. St Athanasius Catholic Church (Mountain View)
  25. St Bartholomew Catholic Church (San Mateo)
  26. St Elizabeth’s Catholic Church (San Francisco)
  27. St Francis of Assisi Catholic Church (East Palo Alto)
  28. St John the Evangelist Episcopal Church (San Francisco)
  29. St John’s UCC (San Francisco)
  30. St Joseph’s Catholic Church (Mountain View)
  31. St Mark’s Episcopal Church (Palo Alto)
  32. St Patrick’s Catholic Church (San Francisco)
  33. St Paul of the Shipwreck Catholic Church (San Francisco)
  34. St Paulus Lutheran Church (San Francisco)
  35. St Peter Catholic Church (Pacifica)
  36. St Peter’s Catholic Church (San Francisco
  37. St Thomas Aquinas Parish & Our Lady of the Rosary (Palo Alto)
  38. Star of the Sea Catholic Church (San Francisco)
  39. True Hope Church of God in Christ (San Francisco)
  40. Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto
  41. Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Redwood City
  42. Unitarian Universalists of San Mateo
  43. Walls of Faith Church of God in Christ (East Palo Alto)
  44. Woodside Road United Methodist Church (Redwood City)

Affiliated and Exploring Institutions

  1. All Hallows Catholic Church (San Francisco)
  2. Bend the Arc (San Francisco)
  3. Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption (San Francisco)
  4. Congregation Beth Sholom (San Francisco)
  5. Day Workers’ Center of Mountain View
  6. El Buen Pastor Episcopal Church (Redwood City)
  7. El Buen Samaritano Episcopal Church (San Francisco)
  8. First Presbyterian Church of San Mateo
  9. Grace Tabernacle Community Church (San Francisco)
  10. Holy Angels Catholic Church (Daly City)
  11. Jones United Methodist Church (San Francisco)
  12. KIPP Bayview Academy (San Francisco)
  13. Malcolm X Academy (San Francisco)
  14. New Liberation Presbyterian (San Francisco)
  15. Our Lady of the Pillar (Half-Moon Bay)
  16. San Francisco Christian Center
  17. St Charles’ Catholic Church (San Francisco)
  18. St Kevin’s Catholic Church (San Francisco)
  19. St Mary’s Cathedral (San Francisco)
  20. St Matthew’s Catholic Church (San Mateo)
  21. St Timothy’s Catholic Church (San Mateo)
  22. Woodland Park Tenant’s Committee (East Palo Alto)

SFOP/PIA is a member of the following coalitions:

  1. Alliance for District 10 (AD10) (San Francisco)
  2. Archdiocese of San Francisco
  3. Envision-Transform-Build (East Palo Alto)
  4. Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights (San Francisco)
  5. Peninsula Interfaith Coalition for Immigration (San Mateo County)
  6. SF Immigrant Rights Defense Committee (San Francisco)

 

All four buses from San Francisco SFOP were full and they had to add a car for the overload; 208 of God’s people were on their way to join 3,000 in Sacramento to fight for healthcare for all of California’s children. All of us felt good about being there together as people of faith, knowing that having that faith we can build for further actions and finally will win.
Dan, Pam, Michele, and Bea, SFOP Leaders-Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church