It’s almost back-to-school time — and once again the All Saints community is rallying in support for the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) Families in Transition program. Families in Transition serves homeless and transitional students and their families in PUSD by connecting them to services in the community and providing items of immediate basic needs such as food, clothing, transportation assistance, and supplies.
This week we close out July with Susan Russell in the pulpit. She will preach “Good News vs. Fake News: La Lucha Continua” at 7:30, 9:00 and 11:15 a.m. The Quartet (at 9:00 a.m.) & Summer Choir (at 11:15 a.m.) offer Lord, Lead Us Still by Brahms. Carlos Ruvalcaba will preach at the 1:00 p.m. Spanish service — with music by Dan Cole and the 1pm Ensemble.
Sermon preached on Sunday, July 23, 2017 by Pastoral Care Associate Sally Howard in celebration of the Feast of Saint Mary Magdalene.
by Susan Johnson
An ongoing series spotlighting the amazing individuals who make up the “we” in We Are All Saints.
Samantha Lee Harris is a third generation All Saints’er. Not many of us can claim that distinction. She recognizes that All Saints is unique and she is very happy to be a part of all that it has to offer. She likes the way the worship service is conducted. She sees All Saints as a community of people with whom she can talk. The youth of the church are people who share her interests. The adults are generous mentors.
Friday, July 21
As our Summer Adventure Arts Camp week winds down, we invite you to join us here at All Saints on Friday, July 21 from 1:00-2:00 p.m. for the First Ever ASC Arts Camp Gallery Showing! See awesome art created by our talented Arts Campers … grades K-8 … on display in Sweetland Hall.
Worship is the center of our life at All Saints Church and it is from that center that we respond to God’s call to put our faith into action. Listed here is information about worship on Sunday and throughout the week – along with education opportunities for all ages. Join us as we work together to make God’s love tangible 24/7.
The gospel isn’t meant to be gulped down on Sunday morning, but gnawed on through the week so it really becomes a part of us. You’ve got to work at it, like a dog with a good bone! Here’s the Gospel for this coming Sunday — the Fifth Sunday After Pentecost — with food for thought on the liberation of choosing love over hate and on Jesus’ call to us to “dance anyway.” Gnaw away!