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Sunday Services @  (85 E Holly St. Pasadena, CA 91103)

3:00 pm


Sovereign Grace Church of Pasadena 

85 E Holly Street

Pasadena, CA 91103



We meet at 85 E Holly St. Pasadena CA 91103


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Deacon Board Announcement

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You Tube Live Stream Service

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A Song for a Crisis

3/22/20 Sermon: A Song for a Crisis Ron Boomsma Psalm 46 Introduction: Psalm 46, a corporate worship song written to strengthen and comfort God's people, is most applicable as the coronavirus threatens our health and our economy. This song comforts by making bold declarations in the face of big problems. It is a song sung by a city under attack--a city fighting for ...

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Mid-Week Encouragement from Ron


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You Tube Live Stream: Sunday, March 22 @ 10:00 am

Click HERE to Watch Live Streaming of our Sunday Service for March 22...

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Songs to Sing in a Pandemic

Although we posted this on our social media, we wanted to make this available on the church website as well for those of you who might not have Facebook or Instagram. Bob Kauflin, Sovereign Grace's Music Director, put together this article and Spotify list. You really need to listen to these songs - it will lift your eyes to Jesus, encourage your soul in the Lord and str...

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Socially Distant Worship Club (Rend Collective)

A short worship video for encouragement....

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Update from the Pastor

We will be Facebook Live this coming Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 10am. ...

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Video Message from Ron

Sunday Morning Servies Canceled ...

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Against Wind and Tide

3/1/20 Sermon Series: Against Wind and Tide Ron Boomsma Colossians Jer. 1:1-5 Introduction: Today begins a new series in the book of Jeremiah, a "major" prophet whose work is the longest in the Bible. Jeremiah represented the active voice of God to the people. The goal was for God to be the Lord, and for the people to be God's people. God chose Jeremiah as a m...

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