• Sunset Solar Halo at Keys View of Joshua Tree National Park (Photo - en.wikipedia.org).

      Sunset Solar Halo at Keys View of Joshua Tree National Park (Photo – en.wikipedia.org).

      If worship is the center of your life, then from that center we help you put your faith into action.

      By Kelly Quednau

      Here ‘s a selected list of Passover and Easter services for the San Gabriel area.

      St Therese Church in Alhambra (Photo - discalcedcarmelitefriars.com)

      St Therese Church in Alhambra (Photo – discalcedcarmelitefriars.com)

      Alhambra:

      1. Seeds of Life Church (Christian)
        Garfield Elementary School
        110 W. McLean St., Alhambra, CA
        Easter Sunday activities begin at 8:30am with a pre-worship service on April 21.
      1. First Baptist Church of Alhambra (Baptist)
        101 S Atlantic Blvd, Alhambra, CA
        Easter Sunday service starts at 10:30am on April 21.
      1. St Therese Church (Catholic)
        1100 E Alhambra Rd, Alhambra, CA
        Good Friday (April 19): 12:00pm: Reflections on the Seven Last Words, 1:00 pm: Way of the Cross, 2:00 pm: Sacred Liturgy, 3:00 pm: Sacred Liturgy at Cloistered Convent, 7:30 pm: Sacred Liturgy (repeated).
        Holy Saturday (April 20): 7:30 pm: Solemn Easter Vigil Mass.
        Easter Sunday (April 21): Masses at 7:30, 9:00, 11:00 a.m.; and 1:00 p.m. Latin High Mass.

      Farnsworth ParkAltadena:

      1. Altadena Community Church (Christian)
        943 East Altadena Dr., Altadena, CA
        Easter Sunday service begins at 10:00am on April 21.
      1. Easter Sunrise Service at Farnsworth Park
        568 Mount Curve Ave E, Altadena, CA
        For nearly fifty years, Easter worshipers have begun their Easter Sunday celebration by greeting the sun at Farnsworth Park’s amphitheater. This tradition will continue at 6 am on Sunday, April 21 This year’s speaker will be Rev. Larry E. Campbell, Pastor of First AME Church, Pasadena, and current President of the IMA. Spirited music of the season will be presented by the First AME Choir. After the event: A fellowship breakfast will be served at Altadena Baptist Church ($3).

      All Saints Church (Photo – jameswalkermusic.com).

      Pasadena:

      1. Chabad of Pasadena (Jewish)
        1090 East Walnut St., Pasadena, CA
        First and second Seder start at 8:15pm on April 19 and April 20.
      1. Pasadena Jewish Temple and Center (Jewish)
        1434 N Altadena Dr, Pasadena, CA
        Passover Services with Cantor Ruth and Rabbi John Carrier on April 20, 9:30am. Community Passover Seder (2nd), 7pm. Passover Service on April 21, 9:30am
      1. First AME Church of Pasadena (African Methodist Episcopal)
        1700 North Raymond Ave., Pasadena, CA
        Easter Sunday activities begin at 6:00am on April 21.
      1. Church of the Angels (Christian)
        1100 Avenue 64, Pasadena, CA
        Easter Sunday activities begin at 5:30am on April 21
      1. Pasadena Presbyterian Church (Presbyterian)
        Easter Sunday activities begin at 7:00am on April 21.
      1. Easter at Throop UU ChurchThroop Unitarian Universalist Church (Unitarian Universalist)
        300 South Los Robles Ave., Pasadena, CA
        Easter Sunday services begin at 11:00am on April 21. Easter Egg Hunt for the children in the Throop Learning Garden. Mimosas for the adults will be served following the service.
      1. Lake Avenue Church (Christian)
        393 North Lake Ave., Pasadena, CA
        Good Friday at 7:30pm. Saturday Vigil all day. Easter Sunday activities begin 9:00am on April 21.
      1. First United Methodist Church (Methodist)
        500 East Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA
        Easter Sunday activities begin at 9:00am on April 21.
      1. Pasadena Foursquare Church (Christian)
        174 Harkness Ave., Pasadena, CA
        Easter Sunday activities begin at 9:00am on April 21.
      1. All Saints Church (Episcopal)
        132 North Euclid Ave., Pasadena, CA
        Easter Sunday activities begin 7:00am on April 21.
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      Church of Our Saviour in San Gabriel (Photo - cosepiscopal.org)

      Church of Our Saviour in San Gabriel (Photo – cosepiscopal.org)

      San Gabriel:

      • Church of Our Saviour (Episcopal)
        535 W Roses Rd, San Gabriel, CA
        Good Friday: 12:30 pm & 7:30 pm. Holy Saturday: 7:30 pm. Easter Sunday: 7:00am in Grace Chapel, 9:00 & 11:00am in the Church.
      1. San Gabriel Mission (Catholic)
        428 S Mission Dr, San Gabriel, CA
        Good Friday: 1:00pm, 3:00pm (English), 6:30pm (Spanish), 8:00pm (Vietnamese). Saturday: Multilingual Blessing of Fire at Plaza Park at 7:00pm. Easter Sunday: 6:00am Sunrise Service (bilingual), 8:00am, 11:15am, 1:00 pm, 3:00pm.

      St. Edmund Episcopal Church, San Marino (Photo – saintedmunds.org)

      San Marino:

      1. Edmund Episcopal (Episcopal)
        1175 South San Gabriel Blvd., San Marino, CA
        Easter Sunday activities begin at 8:00am on April 21.

      Sierra Madre:

      1. Christ Church Sierra Madre (Christian)
        170 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, CA
        Good Friday at 7pm. Easter Sunday Services at 9am and !0:45am.
      1. Bethany Church of Sierra Madre
        93 N Baldwin Ave, Sierra Madre, CA
        Good Friday at 7:00pm. Easter Sunday Service at 10:30am.
      1. Rita Catholic Church
        318 N Baldwin Ave, Sierra Madre, CA
        Good Friday at 1:30pm. Holy Saturday – Easter Vigil at 7:30pm. Easter Sunday at 7:30am, 10am, 12:00pm.

      Oneonta – South Pasadena (Photo – oneonta.org).

      South Pasadena:

      1. Oneonta Christian)
        1515 Garfield Ave., South Pasadena, CA
        Easter Sunday activities begin at 9:30am on April 21.
        Easter Egg Hunt at 10:45am, ONE Worship at 11:30am, Gray Hall.
      2. Holy Family Catholic Church
        1527 Fremont Ave, South Pasadena, CA
        Good Friday at noon, 1:30pm, 7:00pm. Saturday Easter Vigil at 7:15pm. Easter Sunday at 6:30am, 8:00am, 9:30am, 11:15am, 12:45pm, 5:30pm.
      Passover (Photo - Eczebulun).

      Passover (Photo – Eczebulun).

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