We’re a different kind of religious community – compelled not by creeds, but by a common goal of global justice and personal wholeness. We celebrate the spiritual journey, and we believe that diversity is a strength. We strive to offer creative, meaningful opportunities for spiritual exploration and fulfillment. And we love visitors.
At All Souls we seek to include the full diversity of our broader community, including people with/from all socio-economic situations, gender identities, beliefs, ages, sexual orientations, mental and physical abilities, races and ethnicities. Therefore, we are examining all the ways in which we embody being a welcoming and inclusive community, and removing any barriers to this that currently exist that might prevent people from being fully welcomed into and involved in our church.
November 12, 2017 – #METOO — Recent stories in the news regarding sexual misconduct by high profile leaders in Hollywood have brought to the forefront of our conscience the trauma of sexual abuse in our world. Join Rev.Rost as she discusses sexual abuse, sexual shame, and how to find healing.
November 19, 2017 – Simple Living –Join us as All Souls members, Elroy and Carmela Worner share how we can create a better world by reducing consumption and spending and by living more simply. The Worners have written a book on this topic, Frugal Utopia , which will be available for purchase, following the service.
November 12, 2017 – This week our Air Element class will explore how love surrounds us without boundaries and our Fire Element class will examine reflection.
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