The Vine Pride Mass at Grace Cathedral

  • Hosted by Grace Cathedral
  • San Francisco, CA -
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Mark your calendar, prepare your best and brightest, and kick off Pride at Grace Cathedral.

This year’s event is all about celebrating community as we gather and celebrate with our friends and neighbors. The celebration begins with LGBTQ+ organizations from across the Bay in a joyful procession up the cathedral’s rainbow steps.

We are delighted to welcome special guest preacher Marvin K. White — writer, artist, public theologian, and Minister of Celebration at GLIDE, with Grace Cathedral’s own Rev. Canon Mary Carter Greene, presiding. Music will be provided by the renowned GLIDE ensemble.

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Special Guest

Marvin K. White is the Minister of Celebration at Glide Memorial Church. Marvin is a writer, artist, preacher and public theologian, articulating a vision for social, prophetic and creative justice. He earned a Master of Divinity from Pacific School of Religion, in Berkeley, CA, and is a well sought-out preacher, teacher and facilitator. Marvin has contributed to local and national publications, and is the author of four collections of poetry: Our Name Be Witness; Status and the two Lamda Literary Award-nominated collectionsy, last rights and nothin’ ugly fly. His poetry has been adapted for stage and screen, and he has performed original work at many theaters. Marvin also performed nationally and internationally as a former member of the acclaimed theater troupe, PomoAfroHomos. He was a Teaching Artist for WritersCorps, and has continued to lead creative arts and writing workshops for a range of audiences. He holds a fellowship in the national African-American poetry organization, Cave Canem, and founded and sat on the board of two BIPOC and LGBTQ writer’s organizations: Fire & Ink and B/GLAM. In 2019, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts named him as one of the “YBCA 100”.

Event Details

The entrance to the cathedral is at the top of the Great Steps. The accessible entrance is via the glass doors on Taylor Street or from the cathedral garage. Masks are strongly encouraged inside the cathedral.

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