Ss. Peter & Paul is located in front of Washington Square Park on Filbert St. in the heart of the North Beach District. Parking is limited, so we hope you’ll take advantage of San Francisco’s very efficient public transportation system to get here. Our address is 666 Filbert St.
When can I visit?
Our church is open to visitors Monday through Friday from 7AM until 4PM, and Saturday and Sunday from 7AM until 6PM. On Christmas and Easter we close after the 1PM Mass.
The parish office is open from 9AM to 6PM Monday through Friday, and from 9am to 5PM Saturday and Sunday.
Is there a dress code?
Yes! Thanks for asking. The general rule is to dress modestly, in keeping with the reverence due to God. Shorts, tank tops or any revealing clothing should not be worn here. Men are asked to take off their hats. Women are not required to cover their hair, although free to do so.
Is there anything else to see in the area?
Yes. The North Beach District is historically known as our own “Little Italy.” Chinatown is also a few blocks south. Three blocks south from us is the National Shrine of St. Francis of Assisi which features a replica of the Porziuncola, the house of St. Francis. Also within walking district is the original hub of the beatnik movement, City Lights Bookstore. There are also many fine Italian and other restaurants to choose from.