“Acting Compassionately to Fulfill God’s Grace”

Sophia Meyer-Yen on Youth Sunday, June 5, 2016:

“So few places are willing to stand up for the rights of all families — the values of All Saints have helped to guide me through adolescence, and helped to make me the independent person that I am today.”

“Seeking My Own Answers on the Reality of God”

Dilan Wijesinghe on Youth Sunday, June 5, 2016:

“To me, it means being open-minded, loving all my brothers and sisters, treating them as ends rather than as means, and seeing how God works through each of us on our journeys, as we try and find our own way of love.”

Reweaving the Fabric of Our Society

Policy for the 100%

Simone Campbell in the Rector’s Forum on Youth Sunday, June 5, 2016:

“I believe that those of us who have a root in faith, where we know that God is in ALL creation, that we are challenged and called to do what I call ‘walking towards trouble.’ We need to walk towards the challenges of our time.”


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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Hearts & Hands

Creating Community in Violent Times

Luis J. Rodriguez in the Rector’s Forum on Sunday, May 29, 2016:

“Why don’t we have a diversity in ideas? The voices are either right wing or liberal. That’s the only way we think? This country’s very diverse, we have a lot of spectrum. I know a lot of conservatives who have good ideas, and, of course, I know a lot of liberals who have good ideas, but the point is we don’t know how to speak to each other anymore.”

“When a Foreigner Comes”

Susan Russell on Sunday, May 29, 2016:

“We are called to the place where respecting the dignity of every human being is not just a promise we make but a practice we live.”

wear orange

#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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Winning the Battle Against Religion-Based Bigotry

Jenny Pizer in the Rector’s Forum on Sunday, May 22, 2016:

“One vision is that religious liberty should come first and everything else should give way. To others, Church and State are supposed to be separate and it’s essential that they be separate for the good of both… These are two competing visions. Is there one that’s right and another that’s wrong? Well, actually, no — they have to live together. And they do live together if we do our work well.”

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Spring Concert: Canterbury & Coventry Choirs

One Generation to Another
Sunday, June 5

Canterbury and Coventry Choirs, directed by James Walker and Weicheng Zhao will offer music of Gwyneth Walker, David Montoya, Moses Hogan, Daniel Pinkham, Ralph Vaughan Williams and more.

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Sunday, June 26

A dance-theater work about family-making inspired by lesbian moms, gay dads and LGBTQ parents

In her fifth project exploring family, Christine Suarez conducted interviews with lesbian moms and gay dads. The stories are intimate and engage both the profound and the mundane. They unfold with compassion, humor, grit and honesty.

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