ALL SAINTS EDEN Series, Part 2 of 3
with Path to Freedom family members and EDEN Ministry

Sunday March 25
Time: 10:15 am
Where: All Saints Church, 132 North Euclid Avenue, Pasadena, California 91101
Room: Sweetland Hall

Jules Dervaes of Path to Freedom will be giving a talk and power point presentation titled ‘NATURE BY GOD’ and how we as stewards are and should strive to restore Eden.

If you would like for PTF to give a tailored presentation (either on growing your own food, urban sustainability, etc) at your church or community event, contact info@pathtofreedom.com

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  1. Kory says:

    Unfortunately bringing you clear across country might be a bit of a dilemma, however our church recently installed AV equipment in the worship space. Perhaps a narrated version of the powerpoint, or another fantastic film could be an option for churches. As if you weren’t already busy enough.

  2. Glynis says:

    I’m so excited to hear of this talk! I wish you could also come to our church! It’s an exciting time at the church I attend which is diverse – we are of mixed race, mixed abilitly (over half of us are disabled in some way) and we are GARDENERS!
    Two of us lead a team of 10 gardeners who garden food for the paritioners, most of whom live in group homes. We put nutritious organic food on their table as often as we can. Our mission is Seedtime & Harvest, as stewards of this earth. Recently we installed rain barrels, and continue to improve our sustainability both in the sanctuary and in our garden. Our group is not made up of people who you might think would be traditionally people to lead this kind of movement in a congregation. Yet they are leaders, who strive to get their message across to our church and our neighboring community.

  3. Anais says:

    Thanks for the comments Kory & Glynis

    We hope to have the talk uploaded onto YOUTUBE sometime in the future.

    Stay tuned.

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