“Drinking Our Fill of the Spirit”

Janine Schenone on Sunday, August 16, 2015:

“What Jesus is saying when he says eat my flesh and drink my blood, he’s saying ‘enter my passion, my passion of liberation, my passion of salvation, in a very real way!'”

“Food for Action”

Nathaniel Katz on Sunday, August 9:

“What I can tell you is that if you trust God enough to try… if you trust God enough to let go of your fear of failure and your hunger for success, there is bread for you that will never run out. There is life for you with abundance beyond imagination.”


Prayers for Ferguson

In light of the ongoing unrest in Ferguson, Mo., and throughout our nation, All Saints Church would like to offer prayers to help us in our concerns about the unrest — based on prayers collected and issued by the Union of Black Episcopalians.

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“Children of the Atomic Bomb”

On August 6, 1995, Clarke Oler preached the following sermon “Children of the Atomic Bomb” at All Saints Church in Pasadena. It was the Feast of the Transfiguration and the 50th Anniversary of the Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Twenty years later — on the 70th Anniversary — Clarke’s words live on: “It is always the Christian community’s duty to remember.”

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New Small Group Starting this Fall

Are you interested in a “shared life” small group?  The purpose is to create a committed context in which members can experience mutual support and encouragement in daily life and spiritual growth.

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Have an opinion on the Search for our New Bishop?

Here’s the chance to add your voice to the Search Process!

The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles is searching for a new bishop! Bishop Jon Bruno has announced his intention to retire in 2018 … and so the process of searching for his successor has begun. The Search Committee charged with bringing forward candidates to stand for election has created an online survey to continue the “listening process” that began earlier this summer with a series of meetings throughout the diocese.

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All Saints Back to School Supply Drive

For PUSD Homeless Children and Youth
Serving Pasadena Unified School District, Families in Transition

Sunday, August 23 – Friday, September 4, 2015:
Please bring your donation to the Action Table on Sundays or the Main Office and Regas House Lobby (Mon -Fri from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm).

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Ed Bacon: From the Human Race to the Human Family

A recent publication from the Candler School of Theology in Atlanta, GA introduced a feature entitled “Everyday Prophets” with these words: “In a sense, you could say that all our graduates are prophets. After all, as a seminary, we’re in the business of training our students to discern where God is working and to join that work with hearts, minds, hands, and voices. Here are a few stories about the everyday prophets among us and the incredibly varied witness they offer.” Ed Bacon’s was one of those stories. 

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