A Rose in Snow: Musaic Concert December 17

Musaic’s mission is to share beautiful men’s a cappella singing with our Bay Area community. Our music is rooted in classical choral traditions, through a repertoire of many genres and languages. The members of Musaic are passionate about men’s ensemble singing, and enjoy the artistic balance and musical fellowship it brings to our lives. Musaic […]

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Nowell! Nowell! Holiday Concerts: Dec 8, 10, 11, 13

Join the Golden Gate Men’s Chorus at our holiday program, “Nowell! Nowell!” Under the direction of Joseph Piazza, we will raise our voices in songs steeped in the great tradition of holiday classics, carols, and anthems, including premieres of Welcome Love! by Bay Area composer, Stephen Main, and an arrangement of The Snow Lay on the […]

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Katie’s Kitchen, October 8 @11:00a.m.-1:30p.m.

Saturday, October 8th  11 AM – 1:30 PM ‘Cooking in Katie’s Kitchen’ With Chef Lorraine Witte A cooking class using 16th century ingredients from Germany Katherine Luther had in her pantry– with a modern California twist! Lorraine Witte, aka ‘The Chinese Lady”, loves to share her life of food with you to enjoy. She lives […]

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German Accordion Orchestra, October 8 @ 3 p.m.

The youth accordion Orchestra “concerto fisarmonica” was founded in Germany on February 26, 1996 with 35 children and adolescents, and is 20 years old this year. Since its inception Concerto Fisarmonica has had more than a 100 members.  At present there are 21 active members. The orchestra consists of four sections of accordion, in addition to […]

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Organ Rededication, September 7th @ 6:00 p.m.

St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church and the German Consulate General of San Francisco invite you to the Festive Organ Rededication and Concert Music by Telemann, J.S. Bach Luke Mayernik, Organ   Wednesday, September 7 @ 6:00 p.m. St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church 3281 – 16th Street, San Francisco, CA   Special Guests: Bp. Heinrich Bedford-Strohm, Chair of […]

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Kaffeeklatsch: September 7 @ 4:00 p.m.

Bp. Heinrich Bedford-Strohm, Council President of the Evangelical Church in Germany will talk about the upcoming 500th anniversary of the Reformation in Germany at a Coffee hour on September 7th @ 4:00 p.m. Please call 415-863-6371 or  email to:  office@stmatthews-sf.org to reserve a seat.

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Deutscher Musikverein

Sunday, August 7, 2016, the Deutscher Musikverein will perform Schubert’s Deutsche Messe in the 11:00 a.m. service. Since 1938, the Deutscher Musikverein has entertained audiences around the San Francisco Bay Area with traditional German marches, polkas, European folk and concert pieces in addition to favorites of jazz, pop and Broadway. Founded by a group of […]

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Die deutschen Erben der Goldsucher

Die Gemeinde St. Matthews ist seit über 100 Jahren Anlaufstelle für deutschsprachige Protestanten in Nordkalifornien. Zumindest in dieser Region gilt sie als letztes kirchliches Überbleibsel der großen deutschen Einwanderungsbewegung in die USA. An der Ecke 16. Straße und Dolores liegt die San Francisco Mission, ein gewaltiges weißes Bauwerk, genau zwischen dem Mission- und dem Castro […]

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Bibliodrama Workshop May 20th – 21st

From Reformation to Transformation A core teaching of Martin Luther is his statement that neither penance nor good deeds bring the individual closer to God; only God’s grace given as a free gift will save human beings. What is therefore needed is faith, not law nor priest, since in the eyes of God all humans […]

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Cappella SF: May 15 Concert

Will perform “Northern Lights: Choral Gems of Norway” on Sunday May 15 at 5:00 p.m. at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church,  3281 – 16th Street, SF. Tickets are: $55 VIP; $35 General; $15 Students. Order tickets online at: www.cappellasf.org

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Organ & Piano Recital March 26 @ 2:00 p.m.

David DeAngelis, organist at St. Matthew’s, and friend, Sam Post, will perform at an organ and piano recital on Saturday, March 26 @2:00 p.m. Sam Post is a pianist, composer and teacher living in Washington, DC. He made his recital debut at age 14 with an all-Bach program, and in high school performed as a […]

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Bibliodrama Workshop May 20th- 21st

Bibliodrama Workshop From Reformation to Transformation A core teaching of Martin Luther is his statement that neither penance nor good deeds bring the individual closer to God; only God’s grace given as a free gift will save human beings. What is therefore needed is faith, not law nor priest, since in the eyes of God […]

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6th Annual Crab Feed – January 30, 2016

Tickets: $50.00/adult; $10.00/6 – 12 years Salad, garlic bread, pasta, crab or chicken, dessert, beer, wine, coffee, tea. Seating is limited. Make your reservation(s) and submit payment by January 20, 2016. St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church 3281 – 16th Street San Francisco, CA  94103

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Religion and Identity: an exploration with Pastor Kerstin Weidmann

    Gerlind Institute for Cultural Studies Oral History Series cohosted by the Excelsior German Center Kerstin Weidmann: Religion and Identity   An exploration of what makes us who we are –and what makes someone else ‘the other’ “We are all shaped by the predominant culture of the places we come from. Religion often is […]

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