Marcus Borg

Marcus Borg visits ASC, March 23 & 24: “Contemplation, Action & Justice”

We are delighted to welcome back noted theologian and gifted teacher Marcus Borg as the keynote speaker for All Saints’ LENT EVENT 2014. Internationally known in both academic and church circles as a leading biblical and Jesus scholar,  Dr. Borg has been in the forefront of the movement calling the church to reclaim the Christianity of Jesus by putting its faith in action in the world.

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Watch: Cornel West on Economic Justice

Cornel West visited the ASC Rector’s Forum on Sunday, Feb. 16 to speak about a variety of topics, including economic justice.


Serene Jones: “The Red Button? Or The Blue?”

The Rev. Serene Jones, speaking at ASC on Sunday, Feb. 16:

“We crave learning how to love and be near those we don’t like. We’ve grown weary of the wars inside our own culture, that divide us in hate.”


Coming up: Level Ground Film Festival, Feb. 20 – March 2

Level Ground fills an important niche in both the film-festival circuit and the wider national dialogue around faith, sexuality, and gender. By focusing on small-venue programming, offering intimate discussions and provocative panels featuring prominent leaders, writers, artists, scientists, and theologians, and hosting events around the films, the festival will become a national innovator in film-festival programming, art curation, and the LGBT dialogue.

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Ed Bacon

Ed Bacon: “What About This ‘God-Formed Brain’ Stuff?”

Ed Bacon preaching on Sunday, Feb. 10:

“Jesus says you are to be salt seasoning that brings out the God-flavors of this Earth. Be salty! If you lose your saltiness, how will people taste their Godliness?… Or, Jesus says, here’s another way to put it: You are light! And to the degree you let your light shine, you’ll bring out the God-colors in the world. God is not a secret to be kept!”


Kamasi Washington, ASC Jazz Vespers, Sun. Feb. 16, 5:00 PM

The All Saints Jazz Vespers program brings together amazing musicianship and holy inspiration six times a year for a service of prayer, meditation and music. So many of them tell us that they love playing in the context of a vespers service with prayers and short meditations and the sense that this is a holy enterprise, not just a jazz concert in the church.

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