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.
Fiction Fun! is a monthly book group exploring what it means to live lives of faith by reading and discussing contemporary and classic works of fiction.
Low-income and homeless men and women of the San Gabriel Valley receive direction, food and clothing. Volunteers can participate by bringing canned food items, toiletries, socks and T-shirts to the basket on the lawn on Sunday mornings.
Foster Care Project (FCP) provides community education, policy/advocacy and direct services for children and youth under state supervision and for young adults recently emancipated from foster care.
Friends In Deed is on the front lines in the fight against poverty in Pasadena.
When someone dies, it is helpful to know that All Saints Church will celebrate life in the face of death, whether or not the deceased was a member of the church.
Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance (GAIA) is a non-sectarian, San Francisco-based non-profit organization founded in June 2000, by physicians, nurses and religious leaders to respond to the accelerating AIDS pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa.
A parent group for families with young children. 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.
The Grief and Loss Support Group offers opportunities to develop a better understanding of grief, learn healthy coping skills and share feelings with others who are experiencing loss.
The purpose of the Task Force on Gun Violence is to develop timely and effective strategies for sustained action by the All Saint’s community on the topic of gun violence.
Hillsides creates safe places for children by treating abuse, neglect and mental illness. It strengthens families, provides special education, and advocates for children's rights.
The worker bees behind the ever-changing All Saints landscape are a group of dedicated gardeners who call themselves the Holy Rakers.