All Saints will celebrate Earth Day on the lawn on Sunday, April 23. This event has added importance this year because the Church and the Climate Change Task Force, through the passage of a vestry resolution, committed to efforts to go carbon-neutral, and to encourage and assist with the All Saints Community becoming carbon-neutral as well. The first step in that effort is nearly complete with the conversion of all Church lighting to efficient LEDs, partially using a Pasadena Water and Power rebate of close to $47,000.
Don’t miss this chance to see SELMA — the Oscar nominated film telling the story of the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery march and the efforts of Dr. Martin Luther King (along with many others) to secure the right to vote. The unique opportunity to watch the film in community — followed by a panel discussion — is being sponsored by All Saints in collaboration with FAME (First African Methodist Episcopal) and other community partners.
ArcLight Pasadena | Saturday, January 31 | 10:00 a.m.
Rector’s Forum, Sunday, October 20, 10:15 AM
Special Forum, Monday, October 21, 7 PM – 9 PM
Dr. Valerie Batts is a nationally recognized expert on issues of race and ethnicity. Author of Modern Racism: New Melody for the Same Old Tune, Dr. Batts has written extensively on modern racism and multicultural organizational change strategies. She is the originator of the VISIONS training model and experiential workshops for anti-discrimination and reconciliation training.