Every year in October the Pasadena Weekly publishes its “Best of Pasadena” issue — from best restaurant to best dry cleaners; from best nightclub to best place of worship the reader nominated-and-voted “best ofs” cover the gamut of the greater Pasadena area. This year — drumroll — All Saints is not only honored to once again be designated “Best Place of Worship” … but to share the “Best of” podium with one of the nonprofits launched from All Saints (Young & Healthy) and one of our parish leaders (Tim Hartley.)
BEST PLACE OF WORSHIP
All Saints Episcopal Church
132 N. Euclid Ave., Pasadena
(626) 796-1172 | allsaints-pas.org
All Saints continues to be a progressive church that doesn’t just preach equality. The church is right on the front lines, supporting such groups as Black Lives Matters and issues like increasing the minimum wage. Rallies and events at the church have moved local leaders to action on many occasions.
BEST LOCAL NONPROFIT
Young & Healthy
1905 Lincoln Ave, Pasadena
(626) 795-5166 | yhpasadena.org
Young & Healthy began in 1990 after All Saints Episcopal Church convened a group of local leaders to improve the quality of life for local children based on two principles; everyone should have access to health care, and how a community cares for children is key to its viability. From the idea of people helping people, Young & Healthy was born. Young & Healthy has provided services valued at over $14 million to 21,000 local children in need.
(626) 379.2549 | timhartley.net
Tim Hartley can give you personalized service, whether you are looking for a castle or a cottage. He has been representing buyers and sellers in the Los Angeles area for over 10 years and specializes in homes located in communities in the San Gabriel Valley and East Los Angeles. Having formerly lived in Silver Lake, he now resides in Pasadena with his husband, two sons and their dog.