PASADENA, Calif.—Jericho Road Pasadena is proud to host Mayor Victor Gordo’s Interfaith Prayer Event. This year, the event has been transformed into a week-long virtual series. Organizer Jericho Road Pasadena will share a short daily inspirational community message each morning beginning on Monday, May 3 and concluding on Friday, May 7. The series will feature a variety of prayer messages and music from Pasadena congregations and nonprofits. Anyone who would like to be inspired, whether from a faith background or not, is welcome to receive the daily email.
“As an in-person breakfast isn’t possible this year, we believe the short, daily emails will be a great way to uplift our community and bring us together,” said Melanie Goodyear, executive director of Jericho Road Pasadena. “This event highlights the importance of building bridges in the community, as well as the work that Jericho Road Pasadena does to match community talents with community needs.”
The community can register to receive the daily emails at 2021mipb.eventbrite.com. Videos can also be seen on the Pasadena Interfaith Prayer Breakfast Facebook page.
The mission of Jericho Road Pasadena is to bridge communities by matching the professional talents of volunteers with the needs of community-based nonprofit organizations to promote community development, strengthen social services, and enrich the lives of volunteers. The Pasadena Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast was previously hosted by local nonprofit Friends in Deed, who has passed the baton to Jericho Road Pasadena.