Monday, August 8, 2011

All Saints Remembers 9/11

On Sunday, September 11th, All Saints Church marks the 10th anniversary of 9.11.01 with services at 7:30, 9:00 11:15 and 1:00 p.m. All Saints Rector Ed Bacon returns from sabbatical to preach “Twin Towers of Forgiveness: Ground Zero of Healing” at 7:30; 9:00; 11:15 and lead us in the call to remember those we lost and to re-energize us as we work for peace, justice and compassion for all members of the human family.

In addition to our Sunday services, All Saints Church is supporting a number of wider-community events focused on unity and peacemaking. Make your plans now to attend!



Saturday, September 10th | 7:30 p.m. | L.A. City Hall

Share an evening of music, reflection and solidarity with a city-wide event focused on "One Peace, One World." Sponsored by the Los Angeles Council of Religious Leaders we will gather at the west steps of the L.A. City Hall to unite in common cause and common prayer to remember the 10th anniversary of 9.11.01 and embrace future harmony with southland religious and civic leaders.

For more information visit the Council of Religious Leaders website.
                                           All Saints contingent will gather at ASC at 5:45 and "metro" down to the L.A. Civic Center together.

Finding Hope in the Holy.

Sunday, September 11th | 2:00 p.m. | St. John's Cathedral.

A groundbreaking gathering of leaders from eight world religions in a service of celebration of hope rooted in the holy -- the sacred texts of our many faith traditions.

For more information visit the Guibord Center: Religion Inside Out website.
Gather at 12:30 to car pool/caravan down to St. John's

The Urgency of 9/11/11: Challenging U.S. War-making

Sunday, September 11 | 7:00 p.m. | All Saints Church
Sponsored by ICUJP (Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace) a distinguished panel of interfaith leaders will confront the agonizing realities of the wars and violence visited on the world these past ten years and explore how people of faith and conscience can help repair communities here and abroad creating paths to peace, justice and reconciliation. Award winning musician Bill Cunliffe will lead us in great song of Peace.

For more information visit the ICUJP website.


And for more details on any of the above events, contact Norma Sigmund in the Peace & Justice office ... 626.583.2734

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