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Well, it's not Temple Beth Sinai, I know that much.
I don't know a thing about it, Ben, but it's pretty. I like the simplicity of it.
okay, so it's pretty, somewhat simplistic, and it isn't a Jewish meeting place... We're getting close I guess!
Ok, so it Beth Temple Sinai?Or, St. Judas Episcopol?
Well, it *could* be a meeting place for Jews---wandering ones and all. More temples than I care to really know have to worship in places other than their own sanctuary...but...I know nothing other than the name of St B's.Did you try the diocese page? Frequently they will host info for teeny churches in the district. Though what I used to consider teeny has a whoppin site with info---Church of the Angels---but I suspect some of the Hollywood money they bring in with rentals helps that end of things.
St. Barnabas Church dates back to 1932. It's part of the worldwide Anglican Communion (known commonly as the Episcopal Church in the USA). The current congregation is a small diverse group of Christians. It's one of three Episcopal churches in Pasadena (All Saints Church, Church of the Angels & St. Barnabas Church). We worship at 8am & 10:15am every Sunday. We look forward to launching our first website this summer. Thanks for your interest. All are welcome to visit with us.Antony Glenn MillerPriestSt. Banrabas Church (Pasadena)
Antony, thank you for your insight! It is helpful hear more insight about our worshiping communities in Pasadena.Thanks!
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