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    

Upcoming Worship (Sundays, 10:30am)

August 18: “Revival for Social Justice, Revival for Collective Liberation” We know that we must return to our physical and metaphorical wells to sustain us in our journeys and struggles. We know too that we must rejoice and become energized by these waters that sustain us. Today, we join together in a revival, to sustain and invigorate us for the work ahead. We pray and meditate so we can rise in these times of racial, gender, and economic justice. We worship together so we can rise in these times against racism and for a multiracial democratic society that frees us all from the divide and conquer of structural inequality. This morning, we nourish our hearts and souls to build the dream of the beloved community, while we bring down the nightmare of oppression and injustice. Special speaker: Author and activist Chris Crass.

Our Beliefs

Sermon: “Our Community is a Vessel that Holds Us” by Rev. Anastassia Zinke

Our Home

Join us for a workshop on Collective Liberation and Courage for Racial Justice with Chris Crass!

We must rise, with our vision, our values, our communities, and our courage, for racial justice, human rights, and collective liberation in these times. While one of the themes of the workshop is on white people working for racial justice, the overall theme of the workshop is on how we can build stronger racial justice leadership, values, and action in our congregations and communities and the workshop is for all who want to do this work. This workshop is appropriate for those ages 12 and up, and childcare is available upon request. Those in middle school should come accompanied by an adult, and those in high school are free to come by themselves. More details here. You can register here.