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.

COVID-19 Closing ASC building

Dear Members and Friends of All Souls Church-

We write to you today on behalf of the ministry and the ASC Board of Trustees to update you on measures we are taking in order to be safe and responsible in the face of the current COVID-19 … read more.

Minister Search Task Force

The minister search task force is in full swing. We’ve had several meetings working on our church profile which will be put on line for prospective ministers to read. Our profile describes what we think good worship services are like, askes us about our history … read more.

Inclement Weather and Cancellations at ASC

When Inclement Weather Occurs

Around Services and Other Events at All Souls Church

▸ Decide on your own safety first when wondering whether or not to attend an event at ASC.

○ No event is worth risking harm or injury to yourself or others to … read more.

50th Anniversary Planning

50th Anniversary Planning – Soup & Chat on December 8th

Please join members of the 50th Anniversary Planning Committee to brainstorm ideas of how we might celebrate this upcoming anniversary of the establishment and move to the West Village Meeting House. An informal chat will take … read more.

Happy New Year!

Come to the 18th Annual Pancake Breakfast on Wednesday, January 1st at 8:30 or so, but don’t dawdle too late, we have ran out of pancakes by 9:30. Gluten free pancakes will be also be served. Everyone is welcomed. And we have a little bit … read more.

ASC Book Group News

After a holiday hiatus, the ASC Book Group will reconvene to discuss 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus by Charles C. Mann.

Contrary to what you probably learned in school, pre-Columbian Indians were not sparsely settled in a pristine wilderness; rather, there were huge … read more.