The infamous 20s30s brunch returns THIS SUNDAY!
Sunday Oct 14th, 12-2
Join us for a fun time and fantastic food in the upper parish hall following the 11:15 service.
We’ll be having some fabulous lasagna and hearing from our guest speaker the director of the Neighborhood Youth Association in Venice, an awe-inspiring afterschool program.
Cost is $10
If you’re a traditional service attender you can join us before brunch for pumpkin spice chai and snacks (and help set up!)
Hamburger Happy Hour and Traditional/Alternative Service Mixer
Wednesday Oct 17th 6-9
We’re breaking out from the church brunch cycle and hitting up one of the best new burger places in town: Rascal.
They have a burger happy hour. Their signature burger is only $5 from 5-7 so drop in and grab a burger (or chicken or fish sandwich) and a drink and get to know some people who go to “that other service.”
Gay and Lesbian BBQ at the rectory
Sunday Oct 21 4-7 PM
Joe Becci will be cooking up some of his famous BBQ ribs.
From Rachel: I hope you all will consider coming to the bbq on the 21st. Yes, it’s technically a Gay and Lesbian Ministry event, but you don’t have to be gay to go! We will be talking about doing some volunteer work at the LA Gay and Lesbian Center and we’d love to have you all involved in that. I think we will end up doing work with the homeless youth there – and many of those kids are homeless because their parents kicked them out for being gay (reading between the lines here: for religious reasons). I think it’s important for church groups like ours to let them know they are okay and loved by God. It’s equally important that straight people tell them that – so we’d love your involvement
All Saints Weekend 20s30s Dinner
Saturday Nov 3 6pm
Are you hearing all the buzz about All Saints weekend but don’t know what it is all about or where you’re supposed to go?
Well come with us! To Brian and Karen Ide’s house. That’s where all the cool kids will be. And by cool kids, I mean you!
The 12 Steps to Compassion Book Group is wrapping up the final few chapters by the end of the year.
But the group is still open to anyone who would like to join!
It meets the last Tuesday of every month.
Contact Angela Williams Gephardt for more info
Because of the success of the Compassion book group, we’re starting another book group so people in different parts of town and/or different schedules can join a group. Let us know what books you’re interested in!
We’ll be visiting the Neighborhood Youth Association in the next few weeks. Sign up to join the tour of their program and find out how to get more involved.
Monday Meal at All Saints is a great way to get involved with the church and the local community.
Gay and Lesbian Center -the Gay and Lesbian ministry invites us to join them in serving at the Gay and Lesbian center. If you’d like to find out more about this opportunity join us for a bbq at the rectory on Oct 21. Or talk to Rachel Brookhart.
We’re joining the Pastry Walk at the end of the month. A walking tour of local bakeries.
I hope you can join us and make more and better friends.