We provide child care every Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. for children from birth to age four in Scott Hall. We are blessed to have a staff of dedicated professionals with kind hearts who care for our children.
Location: Childcare Room, Scott Hall 3, Scott Hall 4
Contact: Laura Thornton, (626) 583-2764 or email@example.com
7:30 a.m. Sunday Service
Location: Balcony, Chancel, Chapel, Church
Contact: Melissa Hayes, (626) 583-2725 or firstname.lastname@example.org
During the 9 a.m. service, after the Gospel reading, children in kindergarten through fifth grade are invited to the Learning Center for Children's Chapel. This is a time for them to have their own age-appropriate... (more)
Location: Learning Center 1, Learning Center 2, Learning Center 3, Learning Center 4, Learning Center 5, Learning Center 6
During the 10:15 am education hour, children have Sunday School taught by wonderful and dedicated volunteers. Sunday School concludes with a brief worship service from 10:45 to 11 am. During this service, children will... (more)
Location: Scott Hall 5
A group for parents of children, birth to 5th grade. Please join us for discussions on current issues and community building as we juggle parenthood together.
Location: Scott Hall 2
Join us for a preview of upcoming events, programs, and speakers in this new program year.
Contact: Maren Tompkins, (626) 583-2711 or email@example.com
Attend this Newcomer Coffee on Sunday mornings - an informal way to meet some staff and parish members and ask any questions you have about getting connected at All Saints Church.
Location: Rector's Office
Contact: Anita Nunez, (626) 583-2769 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Christians have been drawn to monasticism and a rule of life as spiritual practice since its beginning. Janine Schenone explores new monastic expressions and their roots in the charism of St. Francis.
Location: Sweetland Hall
Contact: Jon Dephouse, (626) 583-2762 or email@example.com
This is the painstakingly researched account of one of America’s icons, the nun who made a world of difference and, to her surprise, simultaneously made a name for herself. For the very first time, author April... (more)
Location: Guild Room
Sundays at 10:15 a.m. we get together, share a doughnut or two, and explore what it means to be a Christian. We focus on faith and doubt, the Bible, the Episcopal Church, current events, and the peace and justice issues... (more)
Location: Jr. High Room, Sr. High Room
Contact: Jeremy Langill, (626) 583-2782 or firstname.lastname@example.org
During the 10:15 a.m. education hour, children in kindergarten through fifth grade encounter the Bible, our Episcopal traditions and our story as a people of God. The curriculum we use is Godly Play, a Montessori-based... (more)
11:15 a.m. Sunday Service
During the 11:15 a.m. service, after the Gospel reading, children in kindergarten through fifth grade are invited to the Learning Center for Children's Chapel. This is a time for them to have their own age-appropriate... (more)
From 12:15-12:55pm, children in kindergarten through fifth grade encounter our story as a people of God. The curriculum we use is Godly Play, a Montessori-based program of Christian formation and an interactive way for... (more)
Join us for a book group focusing on William Bridges’ Transitions, in order to foster a space for reflection, storytelling, and community-building as we navigate our personal and collective transitions. Information =... (more)
Location: Jr. High Room
Contact: Debbie Daniels, (626) 583-2750 or email@example.com
Revive your soul, refresh your spirit and walk the labyrinth in the South Transept before or after our monthly Taize service.
Contact: Mel Soriano, 000-000-0000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Overeaters Anonymous offers a program of recovery from compulsive eating using the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of OA. Worldwide meetings and other tools provide a fellowship of experience, strength and hope where... (more)
Location: OCC Conference Room
Contact: Ana Camacho, (626) 583-2737 or email@example.com
For four weeks, Bert Newton will lead his class through a literary study of Matthew's Gospel revealing it's use of parody, rhetorical hyperbole, and subversive messaging
Contact: Jamie Hebert, (626) 583-2733 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Taize prayer services take place in the All Saints Chapel on the first Sunday of each month at 5 p.m. Prayer in the Taize style of worship is quiet and reflective, deeply peaceful and joyful, including simple songs and... (more)
Location: Balcony, Chapel, Church
Our New Member Class is an 8-week program for folks from other faith traditions, from no faith tradition, and lifelong Episcopalians. You'll learn more about yourself and All Saints Church to help you decide if... (more)
Location: Learning Center 1, Learning Center 2, Learning Center 3, Learning Center 4, Learning Center 5, Learning Center 6, Small Lounge, Sr. High Room
Contact: Amanda McCormick, (626) 583-2765 or AMcCormick@allsaints-pas.org
Weekday Noon Eucharist
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only... (more)
Every week our open gathering of people sitting together and walking together in the Great Silence confirms the mysterious healing power of the Spirit. Beginning meditators, practitioners from Buddhist, Catholic,... (more)
Location: Learning Center 4, Learning Center 5
Brothers on a Journey is a group of men sharing about their lives with other men in a safe and welcoming environment. All men are welcome. The group meets every Thursday and Monday (except church holidays) 7 to 9 p.m.
Contact: Kevin Wilson, 323.868.0514 or email@example.com
The choir program provides an inclusive and spiritually nurturing community for children and youth from diverse backgrounds. The Minisingers (preschool and kindergarten) offer a supportive and joyful environment where... (more)
Contact: Jenny Tisi, (626) 583-2719 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The choir program provides an inclusive and spiritually nurturing community for children and youth from diverse backgrounds. The Mastersingers (first and second grade) offer a supportive and joyful environment where... (more)
Monthly meeting of the Vestry. Interested members of the parish are welcome to attend the business portion which begins at 7:00 p.m.
"Faithful Support for People in Recovery" The weekly Recovery Eucharist is designed for those recovering from any addiction and for those who support them in their recovery. Elements of the service are drawn... (more)
Each week this group will read and discuss the readings for the coming Sunday. We will look at the Old Testament selection, the Psalm, the Epistle, and the Gospel to see how they work together to illuminate the same... (more)
A quiet room where youth may complete their homework assignments. Please note this room is not supervised.
Location: Seminar Room
Led by Jenny Tisi, Trouveres (the middle school and high school choirs) offer a supportive and joyful environment where young people are inspired and challenged to experience the healing power of choral singing and... (more)
Location: Choir Room, Forum, Regas House Lobby
Our Women's Community group is a sacred circle. We meet on the first Wednesday of the month from 6-8:30 p.m. in the OCC Conference Room, September through June. Pot luck dinner begins at 6:00 p.m., a book discussion... (more)
A parent support and learning group for families with youth in middle or high school. Come and join a casual and lively conversation around the joys and challenges of raising children in the teenage years. Parent... (more)
Location: Scott Hall 3
We have conversations about faith and issues affecting our lives, get involved with our community by engaging in service projects, and have fun hanging out with friends.
Location: Jr. High Room, Learning Center 1, Learning Center 2, Learning Center 3, Learning Center 4, Learning Center 5, Learning Center 6, Sr. High Room
God, My Parents and Me supports the challenging work of parenting by offering spiritual fellowship and emotional nurturing to parents at All Saints Church and in the community at large. For information please contact... (more)
Location: Guild Room, Scott Hall 3, Small Lounge
The choir program provides an inclusive and spiritually nurturing community for children from diverse backgrounds. The Troubadours (grades 3-5) offer a supportive and joyful environment where young people are inspired... (more)
Prayer in the Taize style of worship is quiet and reflective, deeply peaceful and joyful, including simple songs and chants in different languages, readings, silences and prayers. Songs are sung many times over as a... (more)
Location: Sr. High Room
All youth are welcome to join us the 2nd Friday of each month as we play board games to our hearts content!
Please join us as we practice the Habit of Stillness and journey into our heart of hearts: a place so intimate that it is where "the eye with which we see God is the eye with which God sees us." Together we will unwind... (more)
A Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition program of women and men who grew up in an alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes.
An experimental laboratory and class setting focused on reflection and writing in community for the purpose of engaging the complex and joyous process of developing a coherent religious narrative. Participants will... (more)
Join us for our First Interfaith Couples potluck on Saturday October 10, 2015 from 4:30pm to 7:30pm in Sweetland Hall. Bring your favorite dish and story to share as we explore together. Childcare will be provided. All... (more)
Nadia Bolz-Weber, best selling author of Pastrix, returns to All Saints to speak about and sign her new book, Accidental Saints.
Location: Balcony, Chancel, Chapel, Church, North Transept, Quad Lawn/Cloister
Contact: Christina Honchell, (626) 583-2742 or email@example.com