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

STEDY, May 23, 2018

Acts 16:16-19 16 Once when we were going to the place of prayer, we were met by a female slave who had a spirit by which she predicted the future. She earned a great deal of money for her owners by fortune-telling. 17 She followed Paul and the rest of us, shouting, “These men are servants of the Most High God, who…

MEMORIAL DAY

Please note that the office will be closed on Monday, May 28th in observance of Memorial Day.

TRINITY SUNDAY | Liturgy & Music

May 27th Preacher & Celebrant: The Reverend Canon Judy Heffron+ Prelude: Chorale Alleluia – Charles Tournemire Processional #370 “I Bind Unto Myself This Day” Verses 1,2,6,7 Gloria Hymn #423 “Immortal, Invisible” Gradual #371 “Thou, Whose Almighty Word” verses 1-2,3-4 Offertory “Here I am, Lord” Daniel Schutte, arrangment by Ovid Young I, the Lord of sea and sky, I have heard My people…

LOCAL ATHLETE SIGNED BY NFL TEAM

Pasadena native and St. Edmund’s member Coleman Shelton has signed with the San Francisco 49ers. To read full coverage of Coleman’s story, click here.

VERGER’S BRUNCH

Last Sunday a group gathered for brunch at Claim Jumper in Arcadia. Andy & Angela Mar, Cynthia & Larry Schulte, Fernando Urena & Sterling Trenbreth, Gail Rolf, Yvette Nikoui, and Verger Tony Faught

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Magna Carta Newsletter

Magna Carta - Volume I, February 2018
Edition Featuring: From the Rector, Holy Week and Easter, Lent at St. Edmund’s, and More.
Click the link above to read the current edition.

Transition News

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Upcoming Special Events

FAITH AND THE #METOO MOVEMENT

Thursday, May 24th 7 pm – 9:30 pm Crawford Family Forum 474 S. Raymond Ave. Pasadena 91105 The #MeToo movement has rocked the entertainment, political, media and tech worlds. More recently, it has reignited old conversations and started new ones within faith communities around the world. Join Rev. Heather to hear various religious leaders discuss how this movement will effect the future…

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

MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE

Monday, May 28th 9 am at Lacy Park Please join us in honoring our Military Veterans in this patriotic ceremony which will include recognition of Veterans, special guest speakers, music and an invocation by Rev. Heather

ST. EDMUND’S SPRING ORGAN RECITAL SERIES 2018

St. Edmund’s Episcopal Church is pleased to announced their Spring Organ Recital Series. Now in it’s ninth year, the St. Edmund’s series has featured the finest local organists in concert on the magnificently restored and enlarged Aeolian – Skinner/Rosales pipe organ, set in St. Edmund’s beautiful sanctuary and vibrant acoustics. The soloists for 2018 are:…

HISTORY DAY

A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. The first important event of the second phase is History Day on June 16th. It is important for us to come together as a parish and talk about what brought to us St. Edmund’s, why we stay and how we think the parish can grow and prosper in the future. Please plan to attend…

Giving

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