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Walk and Bike to Worship Week

Saturday, May 26 - Sunday, June 3

FREE

The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, Walk San FranciscoSan Francisco Interfaith Council and leaders from local congregations are partnering to create Walk & Bike to Worship Week from Saturday, May 26 to Sunday, June 3.

Throughout the week various congregations will celebrate walking, biking and taking transit to their place of worship. Congregations may sign up and choose which day they wish to participate and promote to members of their organization. We invite and encourage all places of worship to participate. When you sign up you will receive a free Walk & Bike to Worship packet of materials to help with your event.

Walk & Bike to Worship is an event that gives your congregation and community members the opportunity to raise the visibility of walking, biking, and/or taking transit to worship to make communities safer and more pleasant places to live.  Additionally, it’s a collective celebration that promotes physical activity, health, and safety for neighbors and the environment.

Helpful resources: 
Walk and Bike to Worship Organizer Toolkit
Walk and Bike to Worship Poster – with space to write in your date, name of place of worship and event info.

Walk and Bike to Worship Logos: 
May 26 – June 3 | May 26 | May 27 | May 28 | May 29 |May 30 | May 31 | June 1 | June 2 | June 3 | May 26 & June 2 | May 27 & June 3

Walk & Bike to Worship 2018 Participants:

Get your congregation involved! Fill out the signup form below: 

Details

Start:
Saturday, May 26
End:
Sunday, June 3
Cost:
FREE
Event Categories:
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Organizer

San Francisco Bicycle Coalition
Phone:
415-431-2453
Email:
info@sfbike.org
Website:
www.sfbike.org

Venue

Citywide
Citywide
San Francisco, CA United States
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Our Calendar Policy

*Events not officially sponsored or organized by the SF Bicycle Coalition are marked with an asterisk. We post events that might be of interest to our SF area members; we do not necessarily endorse any particular group or perspective you may find represented here.

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