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Sunday Celebration with special guest Ramekon O’Arwisters 

June 18th Celebration @ 9 and 11 am – 

Guest Preacher: Ramekon O’Arwisters is a sculptor, teacher, exhibiting artist, and is a part of the black gay vanguard of artists in San Francisco. Ramekon dives into the abyss and the beautiful. With large sharp ceramic shards knotted together using shredded fabric and black zip ties, the sculptures stand as cultural totems, embodying the couture of drag, Black culture, African American quilting and religion. Employing ordinary household, or decorative pottery, broken and discarded, O’Arwisters combined traditional crafts into a dimensional woven tapestry, stripping both cloth and ceramic of their intended function. Ramekon O’Arwisters is the 2021 recipient of the McLaughlin Foundation Award for The Project Space at Headlands Center for the ArtsBorn in Kernersville, North Carolina, O’Arwisters earned a M.Div. from Duke University Divinity School in 1986. His sermon is titled, ““Jumping Into The Abyss of Art and Love.”

Our weekly Sunday Celebrations are 9:00 and 11:00 am.  You can join us online, through our livestream on Facebook and YouTube.   Dial in by Phone (855) 412-3177.  Or, you can join us in person at 330 Ellis Street, in San Francisco’s historic Tenderloin District