St. Jude's Episcopal Church

Making Disciples, Celebrating and Sharing Sacrificial Love

 

Exciting news in February 2011: A new website is born!
Please update your bookmarks to:

http://www.stjudesburbank.org/

You'll be automatically directed there in a few seconds
(if not, please click the link).

 

[Jude's logo]Welcome to St. Jude's Episcopal Church, located at 111 South Sixth Street at the corner of Olive Ave. in Burbank, California 818-842-7461. Sunday services are at 8:00 (Rite I) and 10:30 am (Rite II and contemporary worship), with child care available, and a Bible study offered at 9:15 am.  (Info on Jude...)

Rector: Fr. Chuck Mitchell
Since November 30th, 1997

Administrator: David Van Ausdal
Email (will be forwarded to the Church office): sonia@pacificnet.net

 

Activities and ministries include:

 

How to get there (see map below)

From the East (Glendale): Take 134W to 5-North, take off at Olive, gentle right up Angeleno, a few blocks (cross Glenoaks) then left at Sixth; St. Jude's on left in that block.

From the South (Los Angeles): Navigate to 5-North, take off at Olive, gentle right up Angeleno, a few blocks (cross Glenoaks) then left at Sixth; St. Jude's on left in that block.

From the North (Sun Valley): Navigate to 5-South, off at Verdugo, left at stop sign and veer around curve onto Verdugo; up a few blocks (cross Glenoaks) then left (west) at Sixth two blocks; St. Jude's on left.

From the West (Van Nuys): Take 101S/134W past the 170, off at Pass Ave., right at light, then immediate left onto Alameda, straight ~1/2 mile to left fork onto Olive. Veer into Olive ~2 miles over hill, (soon crossing Glenoaks) then right at Sixth; St. Jude's at corner.

[jude area-map]

[easter-cross]Thank you for visiting our home page! Locally, we're in the Diocese of Los Angeles; and information about city events, organizations, and other resources can be found at "@LA" (http://www.at-la.com/ or specifically for Burbank, http://www.burbankca.org/). Click here to find out more about the apostle after whom our parish was named.

Other Episcopalian-related sites can be found at Episcopal/Anglican Ministries (episcopalian.org) along with The Episcopal Church in the USA, or the unofficial but very informative Episcopalian home page. Want to know where Fr. Mike Flynn is? Visit him in Colorado at FreshWind ministries! Worldwide, we are part of the Anglican Communion; see also sites for the Archbishop of Canterbury, Anglicans Online, and the historical Westminster Abbey and the Cathedral in England.

[Sonia's Home][home logo]


Background Info on the Apostle after whom our parish is named:
http://justus.anglican.org/resources/bio/277.html
Anglican bio sketches for feast days (28 October)
http://www.oremus.org/liturgy/etc/ktf/m10/d28.html
Feast Day Liturgy (collect, scriptures; daily office, etc.)
http://www.oremus.org/liturgy/etc/ktf/m10/h28.html
very good historical and exegetical discussion of Jude
http://saints.catholic.org/saints/judethaddaeus.html
brief, good traditional article - Catholic Online Saints
http://www.camtech.net.au/anglican/schome4.htm
fairly similar brief article from Anglican website
http://freespace.virgin.net/barry.shelton/killed_for_christ/jude.htm
speculative legend ("The Story of the Early Christian Martyrs")
http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/08542b.htm
Catholic site; good thorough commentary, some points debatable
http://www.ewtn.com/library/MARY/JUDE.TXT
Catholic Resource Network excerpt of "Lives of Saints"

ADVENT
The day of the Lord is coming
In these millenium ending times,
A mirror reflecting our shadow selves
By cosmic traces of creation light
To awaken us for insight journey
Into the cleansing nights
That we may find
The Infant of the age to come
Beyond the wake
Of sound and sight.

John R. Phalen, Christmas 1996 ©
One of many peoms written by our
beloved Interim Rector who cared
for us so tenderly for the past year!
John, we thank God for you and pray
much joy in your new endeavors!
MILLENIUM
I wait within the space between two realms
Threshold to new and to old
The boundary lines shift, quantum leap
across finite paradigms
my mind spans but cannot contain
dawning of glorious redemption to come
while ages of alienation long for His eyes
Rushing towards unfamiliar eras ancient,
different angle of a familiar ache
who can see the ache of waiting in lonely silence?
Who can know where the threads will lead,
to be woven into the tapestry of His glory
shining with radiant love
filling all eternity
Written in honor of John Phalen
Sonia Balcer, 11/09/97 ©


[------]

[home logo] Home | Links | About Jude

Last Updated: October 29, 2002. Created: Dec. 01, 1996.
Visits since Dec. 01, 1996 (approximately):