Upcoming Worship (Sundays, 10:30am)
February 2: Mind the Gap: Cultivating change and closing the disengagement divide”: Brene Brown holds that we disengage for two reasons: to protect ourselves and because we feel that the people who are supposed to be leading us are not living up to the social contract. Where do we see this problem in our families, communities, and businesses? Rev. Anastassia preaching.
A Message from our Minister
Generational divides are not new, but religious communities traditionally have not been affected significantly. The shared Sunday experience, built relationships, and the communal celebration of life transitions each work to knit the generations together. Starting with the Baby Boomers, however, and increasingly through Gen Xers and now Millennials, the national trend lines show that fewer people in each generation attend church and that people are finding it harder to naturally connect with those not in their generation. As All Souls is majority Boomers, Rev. Anastassia and Nasreen Khan are leading this workshop meant to help our current membership gain skills and understanding in connecting with millennials (those ages 22-37), and welcoming and integrating them into our community. You will learn insights from national, generationally-focused social research as well as interviews of those younger folk within All Souls. Rsvp to Nasreen at firstname.lastname@example.org.