Wednesday, June 15
In 1973, a group of community volunteers — including All Saints staffer Alice Callaghan — opened Union Station as a simple hospitality center to serve poor and homeless men in downtown Pasadena. Since then it has grown into the premiere Pasadena agency helping men, women and children rebuild their lives, and working to end homelessness — led for the last 21 years by our great friend and colleague Rabbi Marv Gross.
On Wednesday, June 15 at 6:30 p.m. Union Station is throwing a party to celebrate Marv’s 21 years of work and witness as he “sails into retirement.” Details are available on the Union Station website or by calling 626-240-4559.
Do consider joining those throughout the All Saints and greater Pasadena community as they gather to celebrate the gift of Marv’s powerful leadership and to provide support for the ongoing ministry of Union Station to some of the most vulnerable and marginalized of our Pasadena neighbors. Together we can and will continue to make a difference in their lives.
More about the history of Union Station here.