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)

December 15- “David, Jesus, and Luke”: In biblical literature and within the Star Wars narrative we seek that those perceived as the underdog triumph over militarily stronger (and often imperialistic) adversaries. Let’s review how David, Jesus, and Luke strategically approached their fights, and what we might want to think about as we consider American democracy. Rev. Anastassia preaching.
Sermon Series “The Force Is With Us”: Few hero narratives (other than Harry Potter!) have been part of the common lexicon in the United States over the past 40 years as much as those in the Bible and those found within the Star Wars movies. Both texts help us ponder our humanity: where we find hope, what corrupts us, what saves us, is there justice, and what we make of redemption. In this season of anticipation (of The Rise of Skywalker on Dec. 20 and of Christmas), come let us reflect as we prepare for the world that is yet to be. Join us Dec 1, 8, and 15 for our The Force Is With Us series.

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The next All Souls Congregational Meeting will be Sunday, December 15, 2019 at noon, in the sanctuary.  A full agenda is available in the church office. During the meeting we will elect members-at-large to our Leadership and Nominations Committee and hear reports from our current leadership, including the Program Council and Net Zero Carbon Team. A lot is happening, and your voice and vote are important to the process.