St Edmund's Episcopal Church San Marino

St. Edmund's Episcopal Church

Sunday Services:

8 AM
Holy Eucharist

Traditional language and prayers according to Rite I in the Book of Common Prayer.

10 AM
Choral Holy Eucharist

Prayers according to Rite II and other contemporary sources. Hymns and anthems sung by the St. Edmund's Choir.

10 AM

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An Inclusive, Affirming Church Serving San Marino, Pasadena, The San Gabriel Valley, and Beyond

St. Edmund’s is a place where all people can come together to respond to God’s goodness and love made known in creation; where all are invited to new and abundant life in Jesus Christ; where all can serve one another in prayer and hope; where all can meet and speak freely; where all are welcome to share their talents and gifts. We seek to recognize and honor the image of God in people of every age, race, nationality, orientation, and gender identity.​

Baptism at
St. Edmund's

Baptism begins your new life in Christ. It is full initiation, by water and the Holy Spirit, into Christ's body, the church. Baptisms are offered a few times a year at St. Edmund's, to people of all ages. If you are feeling the call to be baptized, St. Edmund's would be honored to help you. It all begins with a conversation. Ask one of our clergy or staff about Baptism, or click below for more information.

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Wednesday Noontime
Holy Eucharist

Our midweek celebration of the Holy Eucharist in the Chapel continues. The service begins at 12:15 PM each Wednesday and lasts for approximately a half hour.

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Sermons from St. Edmund's

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Our Sunday services are traditional and flexible, focused on the reverent and joyful worship of God through liturgy and music.