Author: George Carvill

Virtual Art Gallery Enhanced

As we learn to live better virtually, we can’t forget art. While we can’t look at the exhibits in the church foyer on Sunday mornings, we can get a closer look via the web page.

Click on the main picture on the home page, or … read more.

Latest E-News

Below is a copy of the last issue of the E-News.

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All Souls Church at The West Village Meetinghouse
Weekly E-News

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1- … read more.

News from the Pews 6/21

Spiritual Writing Begins Tuesday June 23rd at 7:30pm!

The new program of Spiritual Writing begins this coming Tuesday evening, June 23rd, on Zoom.  Using writing as a tool, we will take time to open to our inner lives and nourish our spirits.  If you have been … read more.

Annual Meeting

On Sunday, June 9, the Annal Meeting will be held by Zoom at 1 p.m. The agenda and reports will be sent out in advance. The meeting will include votes on the 1st Quarter Budget, proposed Nominations to Board, Nominating Committee and Auditor and receipt … read more.

Charles W. “Chuck” Crowther

Charles W. “Chuck” Crowther, 83, of Brattleboro. Died peacefully on May 14, 2020 at his home.

He was born in East Derry, N.H., the second son of Stephen T. Crowther and Margaret Elizabeth (Gleason) Crowther. He was the husband of Mary “Maisie” B. (Goodale) Crowther, whom … read more.

Post Cards for Thompson House

Shannon Bratcher, Activities Director at Thompson House Nursing Home in Brattleboro has announced that she would be delighted to receive postcards from the Local Love Brigade. They will hold these for five days before distributing them to residents. Please use self-adhesivev stamps. Cards can be … read more.

The Church Has Left the Building

Affirmation
By Margaret Weis

Note: Rev. Margaret Weis invites you to replace “church” with “congregation” or “Fellowship” if that feels most appropriate for your community.

The church is not a place; it is a people.

The church is not only a steeple above the treeline, … read more.