Who We Are
We are a Progressive Church Planting Movement of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) that exists to be a committed community of Christ followers dedicated to growing in faith, living whole lives, and seeking justice for the good of our neighbors.
We are an inclusive church that is committed to being LGBTQ-affirming and anti-racist. No matter who are, what you believe, or who you love, you are welcome here. We are all in process and learning, so we need each other and each other’s perspective.
What to Expect on Sundays
Our Sunday gatherings feature a time for singing, scripture reading, teaching, teaching, communion, and open sharing. We hope you feel welcome to fully participate as much as you would like.
We offer communion at every service to those who feel comfortable receiving. Every person is always invited to the table, regardless of belief, gender, race, economic status, or sexual orientation.
**Mask Update: In order to be in compliance with the latest LA County mask mandate, we are asking everyone to wear a mask while indoors at our church, even if you are vaccinated. As for now, we will continue to meet in the sanctuary, but will continue to assess what is best for our congregation going forward.
Irenic Projects is an arts initiative at Missiongathering Pasadena. Led by Artist-in-Residence, Gregory Michael Hernandez, Irenic Projects seeks to create space at the intersection of Christianity and art. The worlds of faith and beauty are interwoven and benefit from dialogue. Irenic Projects oversees various artists who have studios on the church property and our Exhibition Program. Our current show is “Light Works” by Sheila Pinkel and is open through September 5th. If you are interested in collaborating, hosting a arts based events, or learning more about Irenic Projects, please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To see more about Irenic Projects, visit https://missiongathering.com/pasadena/irenic-projects-art-gallery/