One of the goals of our church is to continually make positive changes in our vision, mission, structure, and facilities. With this in mind, the Board of Trustees feels that we should explore if our mission statement reflects what we want our identity to be. If you would like to help in this search as a member of the Identity Search Committee, please contact Tamsin Cowdery.
Are you new to All Souls and interested in learning more about our denomination? Check out the signup for our newcomer covenant group at the Visitor’s table in the Small Hall. Participants will meet in small groups twice a month for three months on a day and time to be agreed upon. For more information contact Jo Winn.
As part of our efforts to keep All Souls a safe and welcoming place for all on Sunday mornings, we’re working to improve our awareness of members’ and visitors’ food allergies and dietary restrictions. We’re making our social hour nut-free (i.e., no bowls of snacking nuts) and are asking that any donated foods be labeled with major allergens or dietary restrictions (i.e., milk, soy, eggs, nut-based flours, gluten-free, vegan). Reusable food ID tags are available in the kitchen for your use!
At this annual Fall event, members and friends bid on services and goods donated by other members and friends. This year’s auction takes place on October 20, 2018.
Join other garden lovers in the summer who tend to the beautiful All Souls grounds. Check the weekly e-letter for times to meet and get your hands in the dirt.