To receive and share God’s accepting Grace, challenging Wisdom and transforming Love

Welcome to St. Edmund’s Episcopal Church

To receive and share God’s accepting Grace, challenging Wisdom and transforming Love

St. Edmund’s is a mid-size Episcopal Church serving the West San Gabriel Valley . Our Sunday services are traditional and flexible, focused on the reverent worship of Almighty God through strong liturgy and music leavened with good humor and welcoming community.

We hope to well serve you and yours in the Name of our gracious God and Savior.

Faithfully,
The Reverend Canon George F. Woodward III+, Rector

Latest News

Easter Eggs Collection

We are collecting plastic Easter eggs for our famous and massive Easter egg hunt. Eggs can be either empty or filled, we are also welcoming bags of candy and treats for the piñata. All donations can be left in the Bride’s Room, the church office or given to Heather or Antonio.

Interactive Stations of the Cross

Lent has begun and as we prepare to celebrate Easter in a few short weeks the youth of all ages are working together to create an interactive Stations of the Cross which will be set up around the Close during Holy Week. Our students are dividing up into teams to create the various stations, if you would like to participate in any…

STEDY, March 22, 2017

The Sixth Station: Veronica Wipes the Face of Jesus My Jesus, where were all the hundreds of peoples whose bodies and souls were healed by you? Where were they when You needed someone to give You the least sign of comfort? Ingratitude must have borne down upon Your heart and made the cross nearly impossible to carry. There are times I too…

Palm Sunday

A live donkey joins us in Procession this Palm Sunday at 10am. Following the Ass at 8am will be limited to a procession with the Rector.

THE FOURTH SUNDAY IN LENT | Liturgy & Music

March 26th, 2017 Preacher: GFW+ Celebrant: Canon Heffron+ Prelude: “Chorale Chaccone” – James Bierry Processional: #343: “Shepherd Of Souls” Gradual Hymn #542: “Christ Is The World’s True Light” Offertory: “He Shall Feed His Flock” – John Ness Beck He shall feed his flock like a shepherd,; He shall gather the lambs with his arm, And carry them is His Bosom, and gently…

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Magna Carta Newsletter

Magna Carta - Volume IV, December 2016
Edition Featuring: From the Rector, Advent and Christmas Schedule, Christmas At St. Edmund's, and More.
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Upcoming Special Events

Sunday Services

Our 8am liturgy in the Chapel usually follows an older form of worship from our Book of Common Prayer. The 10am liturgy in the Main Church offers greater variation, and the service is printed in its entirety in our bulletin. (Child Care, Sunday School, and Youth Group also occur during this service) Read More

LENTEN DEVOTION, Sunday early evening Study and Supper

The earliest Creed of the Church is The Apostle’s Creed dating from the early 400s, with an earlier version, the Old Roman Creed, dating to the second century. Join this Lenten Series at 4:30pm followed by a simple supper at 5:30pm, to consider the core beliefs of our Faith, linked to contemporary and pressing matters…

MEDITATIVE and CONVIVIAL

Join glad company as we learn the Weaving of Life, Worries, and Gratitude, into small Fronds to be placed into the hands of Worshippers this Palm Sunday. Many hand-woven fronds adorn House-Crosses, Refrigerators, and serve as Bookmarks all year long, summoning folk to ongoing reflection and prayer. Come Score a Heart, Weave a Palm, Meditate…

Palm Sunday

8:00 a.m. in the Chapel The Blessing of Palms and Holy Eucharist. 10:00 a.m. in the Church The Blessing of Palms and Procession, Choral Holy Eucharist, (Child care provided at the 10 a.m. service)

Maundy Thursday

6:00 p.m. in the Chapel We commemorate the Institution of the Holy Eucharist, and the command to Service, with a simple Washing of Feet (for any who desire to participate) and the Stripping of the Altar as Christ is led captive toward Golgotha

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