The ministries of our Peace & Justice department call us to the courageous and risk-filled work of embodying our baptismal promise to strive for justice and peace and respect the dignity of every human being.
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.
Christians Offering Love to Overcome Racism in Society (COLORS) facilitates education and social justice involvement of the parish and community.
The Death Penalty Ministry is dedicated to public policy efforts to abolish the death penalty, assisting with execution vigils and planning educational activities in the community.
EDEN (Environmental Defense of the Earth Now) recognizes the need for harmonious interdependence of natural and human-made environments and works to build a healthy, sustainable world for all God's creation.
The Hunger Ministry raises funds from donations collected at the cookie table on the lawn on Sundays. These funds are distributed regularly to Pasadena agencies that feed those in need.
The Interfaith Study Group is a joint effort by All Saints, the Islamic Center of Southern California, and the Pasadena Jewish Temple and Center to learn and appreciate the commonalities and differences between our religious faiths.
Remembering Jesus's commandment to love our neighbor as ourselves, the Immigration Task Force (ITF) seks to educate the parish and the community about the plight of immigrants and the root causes of migration.
Middle East Ministry (MEM) advocates for justice, peace and reconciliation between Israel and Palestine. MEM also seeks to educate the parish and community by sponsoring speakers, films and other up-to-date presentations on the situation in Palestine and Israel.
This dynamic ministry promotes and supports a socially responsible local and world economy that values life, earth's resources and spiritual community through personal choices, education and public action