Director of Youth Ministries Position

Director of Youth Ministries Position Available St. Edmund’s Episcopal Church, San Marino, California St. Edmund’s Church is a congenial and progressive mid-sized liturgical Episcopal parish located in the San Gabriel Valley of Southern California, with an active and generous membership. We are keen to embody a vital and engaged Faith as received in the Anglican […]

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The Third Sunday of Easter, April 19, 2015

Our talented, committed, joyful choir leads us in worship and inspires us with the most amazing anthems week by week. They galvanize our hearts and quicken our minds with the depth of hymnody they master and interpret throughout our liturgical seasons. They’ve been rustling about in fifty year old choir garb, however, and we are […]

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Liturgy & Music | Easter Three

Preacher & Celebrant: GFW+ Prelude: “Prelude in E Flat” -Alexander Guilmant Processional: #483 “The Head That Once Was Crowned with Thorns” Gloria Hymn: #S-280 verse one only Gradual: #205 “Good Christians, All, Rejoice and Sing” Offertory: “All For Jesus” – Thomas Bell All for Jesus, this our song shall ever be; For we have no […]

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Dani Patterson — Leave-Taking Tacos! April 26th, 2015

April 26th 11:15am Our terrific Youth Minister Danielle Patterson is moving to Colorado to pursue Graduate Studies, and we want to celebrate her excellence in our midst, in service to our Youth, and in pursuit of God our Savior in a Leave-Taking liturgy and Taco Fest April 26th! Lunch will be served immediately after our […]

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Sole Hope – St. Edmund’s Sunday Service Project – June 28th, 2015

St. Edmund’s Sunday Service Project June 28th after the 10am Liturgy SHOES THAT CHANGE LIVES! If you are like most Americans, you have a nice home, two cars, and a closet full of shoes. While we are blessed, we are always reminded that there are children beginning their day with barely enough to wear, no […]

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The Second Sunday of Easter, April 12th, 2015

Our glad celebrations of the Resurrection of our Lord Christ saw standing-room only crowds despite Spring Break bridging Palm Sunday and Easter weekends, and our Choir and Organ and Trumpets, Dove Release, Egg Hunt and Piñatas, Altar Flowers (and Altar Guild prep!) all conspired toward our fitting celebrations! Easter is Fifty Days long, and we […]

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Liturgy & Music | The Second Sunday of Easter

Preacher & Celebrant: Canon Smythe+ Prelude: “Andante con Moto” -Alexander Guilmant Processional: #435 “At The Name of Jesus” Gloria Hymn: #495 “Hail Thou Once Despised Jesus” verse one only Gradual: #206 “O Sons and Daughters, Let Us Sing” Offertory: Alexander Guilmant Communion Music: “Communion in D” -Alexander Guilmant Communion: #325 “Were You There” Recessional: #208 […]

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Adult Confirmation Classes begin April 19th, 2015

During Eastertide, all who desire to make preparation are invited to participate in Adult Confirmation Class on Sunday afternoons from 4pm – 5:30pm in the Library. April 19th: The Experience of God & the Good News of Jesus April 26th: Scripture: How to Read and Understand the Bible May 3rd: The Evolution of The Church […]

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Diocese Concert at Disney Concert Hall June 12th, 2015

June 12th, 7:30pm A Festival Concert of Organ, Brass and Choir at Disney Hall will be held June 12th in honor of the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Diocese of Los Angeles (Episcopal). St. Edmund’s has Twelve Tickets designated for our use. Admission is free. Parking is $9. If you wish to reserve […]

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Easter Sunday: The Feast of the Resurrection, April 5th, 2015

Holy Week guides us through appropriate solemnity preceding Easter Joy. Sundered from the terror of Jesus’ final journey to the Cross, Easter reduces to a Spring frolic. “For us and for our salvation” Christ endured the death which comes to all mortal flesh, and which came to our Lord with particular brutality. In the Son […]

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