SPEAK OUT: Enough is Enough

Wednesday, June 29

Last week, All Saints applauded the witness of those who staged a sit-in on the House Floor and demanded that Speaker Paul Ryan allow for common sense gun control legislation to get a vote. Wednesday, June 29 has now been declared a National Day of Action on Gun Violence — and All Saints is honored to be the venue for SPEAK OUT: Enough is Enough — hosted by Congresswoman Judy Chu.

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Summer Fun at All Saints Church

Summer is a time to take a break from our usual routine; a time for renewal of body, mind and spirit.  Summer is also a great time to try new ways of being in community with each other! With that in mind, here’s a list of Summer Fun events to add to your calendar. Friends from All Saints will be on the lookout to welcome you to any and all of these events.

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The Supreme Court and Immigration Relief Programs: The Future of Undocumented Immigrants in the U.S.

Sunday, June 26

The June 23rd split decision by the Supreme Court — failing to act on President Obama’s executive actions on immigration and leaving in place a lower court ruling pending further litigation — once again highlights the desperate need for comprehensive immigration reform in our nation. And there is no one better to unpack the implications of today’s ruling – along with the wider issues of immigration reform – than our Forum speaker this Sunday: MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense & Educational Fund) President and General Counsel Thomas A. Saenz.

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Salam Al-Marayati: Bridging Muslim & LGBT Communities in the Wake of Orlando

Sunday, July 3

“We are your shield. The Muslim community stands shoulder-to-shoulder with the LGBTQ community. We are one, we are all part of one humanity, and we will defend each other — we will work together.” Salam Al-Marayati — President of the Muslim Public Affairs Council — spoke these words at the Interfaith Vigil on the steps of the Islamic Center of Southern California on June 13th — the day after he tragic shootings in Orlando.

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WeAreOrlando: Eucharist & Prayer Vigil

Monday, June 13

Our hearts are breaking once again at tragic news of a mass shooting in our nation — this time targeting the LGBT community in Orlando, FL. Join us on Monday, June 13th at 12:10 p.m. in the chapel at All Saints Church for a Eucharist and Prayer Vigil to end the scourge of gun violence in our country and heal the disease of homophobia that infects our human family.

Susan Russell will preside. 12:10 p.m.
For directions to All Saints, visit our website.
For more information, call 626.796.1172

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Trouveres Offer Pre-Festival Concert

Saturday, June 18

Thirty-one of our Trouveres will be attending the Pacific International Choral Festival (Picfest) in Eugene, Oregon June 21st – 27th — a festival featuring ten children’s and youth choirs from around the country. All Saints is honored to be the only church choir participating in this prestigious festival.

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Celebrating Union Station & Marv Gross

Wednesday, June 15

In 1973, a group of community volunteers — including All Saints staffer Alice Callaghan — opened Union Station as a simple hospitality center to serve poor and homeless men in downtown Pasadena. Since then it has grown into the premiere Pasadena agency helping men, women and children rebuild their lives, and working to end homelessness — led for the last 21 years by our great friend and colleague Rabbi Marv Gross.

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Jazz Vespers: TriTone Asylum

Sunday, June 26

TriTone Asylum — a collective of Los Angeles musicians — brings together years of experience and collaboration. The instruments at their sonic core are the electric valve instrument (EVI), keyboards and/ or guitar, electric bass, saxophone and drums.

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Youth Sunday at All Saints Church!

Sunday, June 5

At All Saints Church our youth are not just the leaders of the future — they are the leaders of the “now.” In worship, music, action and governance the active, dynamic presence of our fabulous young people are a key component of the “all” in All Saints.

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#AllSaintsWearsOrange | National Gun Violence Awareness Day

All Saints Church commends the City of Pasadena for commemorating National Gun Violence Awareness Day on June 2. On this day we will join millions of Americans in committing to end gun violence in America. And we will wear orange – symbolizing the value of human life.

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