black and white photo of ASC with an old antique car shot form inside an arch of city hall across the street

All Saints was founded in 1883, the first Episcopal parish in Pasadena. Members who had begun meeting in a private home three years earlier, eventually purchased a site among orange groves at the corner of Garfield Avenue and Colorado Boulevard in 1885 and built a small wooden church. Just four years later the first church at our present Euclid Avenue site was constructed — followed by the current church building, which was dedicated in 1924.

View a photo album of our history here.

View a brochure on All Saints’ architecture here.

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