Monday, January 14, 2013
It was a beautiful day in the Cupertino neighborhood as the good people of St. Jude's gathered to celebrate their new ministry with their new rector -- former All Saintser Wilma Jakobsen. A number of Pasadenans -- past and present -- ventured north for the occasion which was a wonderful afternoon of music, prayers and liturgical celebration. Here are just a few photos to help share the joy as we send our abundant best wishes to St. Jude's and their new rector!
1 -- Pasadena Peeps ... or at least some of them!
2 -- Wilma with Mary Gray-Reeves -- Bishop of the Diocese of El Camino Real
3 -- Another former All Saintser -- Frannie Hall Kieschnick -- with Wilma
4 -- "But I said no pictures!"
For more on St. Jude's -- and some more pictures! -- visit their website.
Posted by All Saints Church, Pasadena at 3:11 PM
Poet, peacemaker and scholar John Philip Newell returns to All Saints Church with his life-giving message of wholeness, joy and the path to peace through God’s Love and Inclusion. Newell will conclude a weekend dedicated to contemplative prayer and exploring Celtic Spirituality ... join us for an extraordinary opportunity to begin the new year grounded in prayer, reflection and community.
Saturday, January 26: Winter Quiet Day 9:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m.
Come away to a quiet place for reflection, renewal and refreshment. Give yourself the gift of time to unplug, unwind and open up to the power of prayer and meditation in community.
Quiet Day Schedule:
The day begins at 9am with continental breakfastSunday, January 27:
Labyrinth will be available Sweetland Hall
We will gather in the church for instructions for the day at 9:30
The first session will be from 9:30 – 12noon when we break for lunch (soup and salad)
Lunch 12 noon – 1pm
The second session begins at 1pm and will end at 3:15 when we all return to the church for closing by 3:45 (Spiritual Directors will concurrently be available from 1-3)
7:30, 9:00; 11:15 a.m. | Susan Russell preaches “Fully Alive”
5:00 p.m. | Contemplative Eucharist
Monday, January 28:
6:00 - 9:00 p.m. | John Philip Newell
Poet, peacemaker and scholar John Philip Newell returns to All Saints Church with his life-giving message of wholeness, joy and the path to peace through God’s Love and Inclusion. Newell will conclude a weekend dedicated to contemplative prayer and an exploration of Celtic Spirituality -- an extraordinary opportunity to begin the new year grounded in prayer, reflection and community. Join us!
$10 registration requested for the Monday night event. Register on the All Saints website.
For more about John Philip Newell, read Sally Howard's reflection in Saints Alive
For more information contact Ana Camacho:
email@example.com or 626.583.2737
Posted by All Saints Church, Pasadena at 9:08 AM
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
It is almost impossible to sort out THE Top Ten Moments from a year like 2012 @ASCpas, so we've arrived at this list as "a" list of memorable moments. What's on YOUR list?
Tick Tock 2013!!!
Posted by All Saints Church, Pasadena at 7:35 AM
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Come take part in one of many initial steps in our commitment to be passionately engaged for the long-haul to end gun violence in our communities and our country. Let us gather together our collective wisdom and experiences related to gun violence and begin to forge a concrete path to creating communities of peace together.
Confirmed particpants include:
Former State Senator Jack Scott, who has dedicated much of his professional and personal life to gun control and preventing gun violence.Other key officials will be invited as well to hear the stories and concerns from our community.
Fr. Eric Walsh, Director of Public Health for Pasadena who is a key community partner in our response to poverty and violence in our community.
The Reverend Ed Bacon, Rector of All Saints Church
Please join us!
For more information, contact:
Juliana Serrano at 626.583.2731 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Norma Sigmund at 626.583.2734 or email@example.com
Posted by All Saints Church, Pasadena at 8:43 AM