The Rev. Megan Katerjian, Executive Director of Pasadena’s Door of Hope, will address the fourth annual South Pasadena Prayer Breakfast on February 19, 2019. The popular event will take place at Holy Family Catholic Church, beginning at 7:30 a.m. and tickets are selling fast. Tickets may be purchased at www.sopasprayerbreakfast.org.
“Hope is a universal concept. Whether you are a religious a secular person, a spiritual-but-not-religious person, a political or non-political person, everyone seems to connect with the idea of hope for a better and brighter future,” said Rev. Katerjian.
At the breakfast Katerjian will expand on why hope is most important during the darkest times of our lives, during times of transition rather than certainty. Whether addressing the homeless crisis in LA County, violence in schools, political divisions at home or political unrest abroad, hope is not just what we need, it is the vehicle that will bring about positive change in our world.
Door of Hope has been helping families escape homelessness and regain stability since 1985. The organization is one of the only homeless providers that can house any kind of family together, including single moms, single dads, two-parent families, together with their children. Keeping families together is the foundation upon which Door of Hope was founded.
The South Pasadena Prayer Breakfast is funded entirely by private donations and ticket sales. Each annual breakfast has raised funds for local charities and programs. There are still sponsorship opportunities available. Visit www.sopasprayerbreakfast.org to learn more about becoming a sponsor, and to purchase tickets which cost $30 each.