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Holy Week and Easter Services

Holy Week and Easter Services 2017

Commit yourself to walk with Jesus this week. The services of Holy Week commemorate Jesus’ descent into death before the great miracle of Easter. The crowds’ cheers at Jesus’ triumphal parade into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday turn to jeers and the demand for his blood on Good Friday. If you allow yourself to descend to the depths of despair in what seem to be Jesus’ final hours, you will experience in new ways the incomparable power of the resurrection of Easter. Daily Eucharist traces the journey, building through Maundy Thursday and Good Friday to the triumph of Easter.

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Pasadena Welcomes Immigrants: Concert & City Council Hearing

Monday, March 27

Last month we marched and demanded Pasadena become a Sanctuary City for all immigrants! The City Council heard our request loud and clear and they are set to take up the issue on Monday, March 27th. We need your support to make sure the City Council adopts a strong policy that protects all immigrants: a policy that makes sure that the Pasadena City Police will not carry out Trump’s mass deportation plans by collaborating with ICE.

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Positive Futures: Lorna Miller

Sunday, March 26 | 10:15 – 11:00 a.m.
Don’t miss the chance to learn from and be inspired by the amazing Lorna Miller. Lorna joins us for our adult education hour on Sunday, March 26th to share her family’s experience of fleeing from the Armenian genocide, making a home in Lebanon and ultimately immigrating to Pasadena.

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Lenten Quiet Day

Saturday, March 25

Sacred Stillness: Healing Heart, Mind, and Body

Join us for a Lenten Quiet Day offering time sacred stillness and guided meditation. Our  time together will be focused on deep listening, art, and engagement with nature, ending with Eucharist.
Led by Mike Kinman and Ann D’Angelo

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Welcome Home, Norma!

Sunday, March 19

On Saturday, January 14th we celebrated with Norma Yanira Guerra as she was ordained to the priesthood at a festive celebration at St. John’s Pro-Cathedral. This Sunday — March 19th — we welcome her “back home” to All Saints Church as our celebrant at the 9:00, 11:15 & 1:00 p.m. services and preacher at the 1:00 p.m Spanish service. 

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Lenten Evensong: Cantata 106 by Johann Sebastian Bach

Sunday, March 26 | 5pm

Coventry Choir, Soloists (Kelci Hahn, Serena Eichhorn, Daniel Ramon, Vincent Robles) and Instrumental Ensemble present Johann Sebastian Bach’s exquisite  and poignant Cantata No. 106, Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit,  (God’s Time Is The Best of All) and plainsong Magnificat and Nunc dimittis.

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Promoting Gun Safety while Protecting Gun Rights

Rector’s Forum, Sunday March 19

Join us in the Forum at 10:15 a.m. on Sunday, March 19 to learn more about the Firearms Accountability Counsel Task Force (FACT), a major new national coalition of law firms & gun control advocates aimed at using legal strategies to both prevent and reduce gun violence in America — a bright and welcome ray of hope at any time and especially now, when our nation is on the brink of a future with cause for real concern in many important areas.

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All Saints Stands With Planned Parenthood

In response to the House bill blocking patients from receiving care at Planned Parenthood — a direct assault on the health and rights of millions – the Reverend Mike Kinman issued the following statement:

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Conscientious Projector: Not Business As Usual

Thursday, March 9  |  7:00 p.m.

When most people hear the term “bottom line,” they usually–and understandably given how capitalism has been defined over time–think strictly in terms of profit and loss. Benefit (or harm) to society has rarely been seen as part of the equation. But as inequality of wealth and ecological devastation have grown at unprecedented levels in recent decades, a movement has emerged to promote what has become known as the “triple bottom line,” or “People, Planet, Profit,” including the social and environmental components of economy in addition to monetary gain.

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Healing for Action: Impact

Immigration advocate Marshall Fitz recently termed the recent onslaught of executive orders a “shock-and-awe campaign of repressing human rights.” The intersectionality of racist, misogynist, and xenophobic trauma of the current political surround has left many in our community and in our nation, angry, afraid, and overwhelmed. Here are just a few examples of the impact on members of our wider community.

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Tonglen for Lent

March 11 & March 18

by Christina Honchell

The first time I heard the word “Tonglen” was in an Ed Bacon sermon, and when he described it, I almost fell out of my chair. My first thought was “he must have this wrong.” My second thought was, “oh goodness, I’ve been doing this wrong all my life.”

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Interfaith Reflections with Mike Kinman

Sunday, March 12

The Interfaith Study Group invites you to join them as they welcome All Saints’ Rector Mike Kinman for an evening of reflection on his own interfaith experiences in the context of his world and times.

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