Due to the high likelihood of severe winter weather Sunday, the Congregational Meeting scheduled after church Sunday morning, March 10, will instead be a discussion after a simple soup and bread meal and vesper service starting at 5 p.m. If you can’t make it Sunday … read more.
Author: ASC Office
Circle Dinners and Lunch March 15 and 16.
Come join other All Souls souls for a potluck meal, with dinners in host’s homes and the Saturday noon meal at the church. It’s another wonderful time to be together, break bread (or lasagna) and just plain … read more.
Save the date for Saturday night, March 9, at 7:30, when we’ll once again be hosting a gala benefit concert of delightful Early Music to benefit All Souls programs and The West Village Meeting House.
Thanks to Kay and Turner Lewis, whose daughter and son-in-law … read more.
Feb.12, 2019 – A huge takeaway from the Board retreat last weekend was when Shayna asked us all to write what we valued about All Souls, then crumple up the paper and toss into a pile for anonymous reading aloud. What was striking was that … read more.
Music to our ears:
“I, Leonard Howard, performed a re-inspection at 29 South Street to find all items to have been corrected, that were found on the initial inspection.”
This was from the Brattleboro Fire Department Fire and Safety Re-inspection report dated January 18, 2019. In short, … read more.
Friday, January 18th
An Interfaith Dialogue on Resistance
7-9pm at Centre Congregational Church (193 Main Street, Brattleboro, VT, 05301)
This is a special event, seeking inspiration from Martin Luther King Day. Visiting presenter The Rev. Bryan Fulwider will recreate the format of his Florida podcast “The … read more.
Brattleboro-West Arts has become a fixture of our community’s vibrant art scene through exhibits, open studio events, public forums and creative workshops. This year, its members felt moved to share a positive message about the current political climate with the community.
All Souls Church at … read more.
We now have “Fragrance Free” seating in the Main Hall for Sunday Services. Please note the small signs pinned to several seats in the last row on the left in the Main Hall to mark seating for folks who may be sensitive to perfumes, and … read more.
I will start with the numbers. Our tally is $6574, this is up from last year, so Yippee!
The Main Event – the wreaths, greens, and ornaments, brought in more than half of the total bazaar income, led by Ruth L. and Becky C,, $3593. Linda … read more.