The Abrahamic Faiths Peacemaking Initiative (AFPI) is a group of clergy and religious activists who are united in our faith in the God of love and justice and mercy for all; we advocate peacemaking as an essential and defining mandate of our three faith traditions – Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
The Accessibility Ministry provides support and advocacy for people with disabilities, as well as serves as an advisory committee to the church to identify physical, procedural and attitudinal barriers to participation, possibilities and access
Addiction Recovery Ministries hosts a series of small groups pertaining to the 12-step recovery program and is open to people in all recovery programs.
Each week, Coventry and Canterbury choirs gloriously lead worshipers in liturgical music that embraces a wide range of traditions and styles, from ancient plainsong to gospel music.
Founded in 1987, AIDS Service Center has become one of the leading AIDS Service Organizations in Los Angeles County, offering cutting-edge comprehensive services to over 1,200 men, women and children living with HIV/AIDS.
A committee that recruits, equips and supports parishioners to become mentors to 9th grade students at John Muir High School. Mentors work through one of three community-based agencies that are experts in matching, training and guiding mentor-student teams.
The All Saints Church Time Bank is an economy without money. It offers the All Saints community a way both to give and to receive time and talent as we respond to each others’ needs, building connections and community.
In the spirit of making God’s love tangible, the ACM brings together non-profit organizations that address social issues on a local, national, and international level to give you the opportunity to participate in socially conscious gift giving.
In its long history, All Saints Church has an amazing record of accomplishment. The Archive Ministry is charged with preserving that rich history.
Baptisms for children are celebrated at Sunday services five times a year. Families should be members of All Saints. Instruction is required for parents and godparents. Adults are baptized at the end of each Exploring Membership Class, three times a year at the Easter Vigil, in June and November.