A Month of Sundays!

Sunday services are at 10:30 am. Nursery care is available, as well as Religious Exploration (RE) for children and youth.

To hear past sermons, see our Sunday Sermon Library page.

 


April 1 – Waiting for the Light to Shine!

Join us for our annual Easter Cantata as we explore the theme of the rebirth and resurrection of light within us and within our world. The Choir, Band and soloists will share through song laced through with narration written by Rev. Rost how we can not only wait for the light to shine but be a means through which the light shines through.

Children and Youth Easter egg hunt in the park. Nursery and Pre-K care will be available.


April 8 – The Poetry of Connection

April is National Poetry month and we will begin a series on how poetry brings us together starting with the poetry of Naomi Shihab Nye. Rev. Rost will explore how Nye, a Palestinian-American poet uses the unique lens of her culture to write poetry about how we are all connected.

Children and Youth start in the Great Hall. Nursery and Pre-K care will be available.


April 15 – The Poetry of Pilgrimage

Today, Rev. Rost will use the poetry of David Whyte to explore how poetry calls us along on our journeys of self-discovery, love, and grief. Whyte, a native of Yorkshire, England who lives in Washington state now uses poetry to show us how we belong to a wider vision than our hearts sometimes can conceive.

Children and Youth start in the Great Hall. Nursery and Pre-K care will be available.


April 22 – Earth Day

Join us as All Souls member, Jeff Wolin shares about the beauty and mystery of our home planet and discusses ways we can work to honor the earth. Jeff has a BA in Geography, an MA in Environmental Education and has spent 27 years in the field of nature education via working at nature centers, state parks, with 23 of those years as a park ranger with the National Park Service.

Children and Youth start in the Great Hall. Nursery and Pre-K care will be available.


 April 29 – The Poetry of ResistanceFor our final look at the power of poetry, Rev. Rost will be using the work of Langston Hughes to show how poetry can be the language of resistance and inspire all of us to continue the work of justice. Hughes was an African-American gay man who had great influence in the Harlem Renaissance in New York in the 1930’s.

Children and Youth start in the Great Hall. Nursery and Pre-K care will be available.