People come to All Souls seeking connection, meaning, and shared purpose. We hope you find these with us. We are diverse in faith and spirituality, committed to building a diverse, welcoming, multicultural Beloved Community, and a joyous, justice-seeking people who express our compassion in tangible ways. – Rev. Anastassia Zinke, Minister
March 31: “Seeing is Believing”
No amount of teaching can parallel the assurance we get from first-hand experience. To see really is to believe, but what are we seeing in the world today.
Why We Support All Souls
“I’ve been lucky enough to have been raised since birth in the loving community of All Souls. I have been able to have religious education, field trips, holiday events, and volunteer opportunities through the church. I found support in this caring community and my family. All Souls has helped me accept who I am and grow into a caring, respectful, and responsible adult. It means so much to me to be in a community where LGBTQ+ and disability activism is supported socially and financially. It’s so heartwarming to see our members siding with love, and being part of the change.” – Livy Salvo (pictured on the right)