Events

vigil

We Are All Touched by Gun Violence

2nd Annual Community Vigil

Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014, 5:30-6:30 PM
Pasadena City Hall, West Steps
100 N. Garfield Ave., Pasadena

Sponsored By: The Gun Violence Prevention Task Force at All Saints Church

Info: 626.583.2731

To remember those whose lives were lost in Newtown, CT, the 32,000 lives lost each year in this country from gun violence, and all whose lives have been impacted by gun violence.

To recommit to preventing the epidemic of gun violence and its devastating impact on individuals, families, and the community.

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homeless memorial

4th Annual Homeless Memorial Service

Each year, thousands of homeless men and women die on the streets of our nation due to illness, exposure or violence, many from our very own community of Pasadena. These individuals die without the dignity and respect they deserve. Please join us as we honor and acknowledge their lives and membership in the human family.

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Blessing of the Animals, Sun. Sept. 28

Bring Your Pets to Church for a Blessing
Feast of St. Francis
Sunday, September 28, 9:00 AM

Please bring your pets, photos of your pets, or even a stuffed animal. All pets are invited to process in the Church and then adjourn to the outdoor worship service on the quad lawn including
a blessing of animals.

Please arrive no later than 8:45 AM if you would like to participate in the procession.

For more information, please contact Melissa Hayes: 626.583.2725 or mhayes@allsaints-pas.

You can download the flyer here.

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Action Table, Sun., Sept. 7: Human Rights at Home, and in Iraq

Each week we put our faith into action.

This week, we are writing a letter to President Obama about the escalating human rights abuses taking place in Iraq, calling on him to use his authority to ensure our active cooperation with the United Nations, and other appropriate international channels, to exhaust all possible nonviolent, diplomatic, and political interventions in bringing about a resolution to the crisis in Iraq.

Join us this also as we speak out for peace with justice at home and abroad. We will answer the Muslim Public Affairs Council’s call and join their #ISpeakOutBecause campaign this Sunday at the Action Table — you will have an opportunity to voice your conscience on human rights on a piece of paper, and with your permission we’ll post it to social media!

Please visit the Action Table on Sunday for more details, or contact Francisco Garcia at (626) 583-2766.

back-to-school

All Saints Church Back to School Drive for PUSD Homeless Children & Youth

For the past years, the All Saints community has rallied support for the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) Families in Transition program serving 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.

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GALAS screening: THE NORMAL HEART

The Normal HeartPotluck – Movie – Discussion

Saturday, September 27
4PM to 6PM
All Saints Forum

This excellent documentary is based on the largely autobiographical play by Larry Kramer. It focuses on the rise of the HIV-AIDS crisis in New York City between 1981 and 1984, as seen through the eyes of writer/activist Ned Weeks, the gay Jewish-American founder of a prominent HIV advocacy group.

After the film we will discuss HIV-AIDS issues in 2014.

No RSVP required. Email galas@allsaints-pas.org for info.

Praying in Color

Praying in Color

Come learn a new way to pray!

Reasons to pray in color:
1) You want to pray but words escape you.
2) Your body wants to be part of your prayer
3) Staying focused in prayer is a challenge

Please RSVP to galas@allsaints-pas.org so we know how many set-ups we will need.

GALAS Event: BRIDEGROOM Screening

BridegroomPotluck – Movie – Discussion

Sunday, August 24
12:30PM to 3PM
All Saints Forum

Join us for lunch and an award-winning documentary. This poignant and enraging true story opens a window onto the issue of marriage equality like no speech or lecture ever will. An accidental death leads to a loving and committed partner finding himself completely shut out and ostracized without legal recourse.

Discussion following will be let by a lawyer who will educate us so we don’t find ourselves in a similar situation.

RSVP not required; Email galas@allsaints-pas.org for info.