Sunday, May 1, 2016
After 21 years of work and witness as the Rector of All Saints Church, Ed Bacon is retiring — and we are celebrating! Not because he’s leaving All Saints Church and Pasadena … but because he is leaving behind a legacy of embodiment of the Good News of God’s inclusive love for absolutely everybody.
On Sunday, May 1st we celebrate those twenty-one years of mission and ministry with a combined Festival Eucharist one-service-only- in-the-street bringing together the All Saints community — along with friends and allies from our civic and wider interfaith communities — to mark this historic occasion.
Sunday, May 1st
Canterbury & Coventry choirs sing music of Bill Cunliffe and James Walker, joined by the Trouvères and Troubadours with brass sextet and percussion. Child care will be provided in Scott Hall for children 4 years old and under.
Whoever you are and wherever you find yourself on the journey of faith you will not want to miss what promises to be a Four Alarm Glory Attack Sunday! One festival service at 10:00 am in the street on Euclid Avenue with combined youth and adult choirs followed by cake on the All Saints quad lawn.
Open seating: Plan to arrive early.
The North Lot (just north of the church on the corner of Euclid Ave. & Walnut St.) is reserved for those with mobility challenges and will be accessible from the Walnut St. driveway.
The Westin Hotel and Kaiser parking structures will both be available for general parking on May 1st: The Westin until 1pm; Kaiser until 4pm.
(Follow ASC Parking signs to adjunct parking entrances)
For more information call 626.796.1172