The unique Theater Adventure Program that uses All Souls Church as its physical home, is planning some important changes.
New England Youth Theatre and Theatre Adventure Program have announced that effective November 15 Theatre Adventure Program will be operating as an independent self-governing … read more.
As All Souls’ Day approaches some updates and news.
Looking forward, looking back. Continued from last month’s post: On October 7. Robin Sweetapple, our design consultant, filed an application with the Vermont Department of Historic Preservation for the amount of $20,000 to assist with phase 1 … read more.
Friday, 10/18/19 Pizza & Games night 5:30 – 7:30. The RE Committee is sponsoring a fun night for families and all who are young at heart. This will be an enjoyable evening to connect with All Souls friends.
Emma’s Revolution will return to All Souls Church with a concert to benefit the Community Asylum Seekers Project (CASP) on Friday, Oct. 25, at 7:30 p.m.
In addition, the amazing duo will put on an “Activist Singing Workshop” that afternoon starting at 1 p.m. Preregistration is … read more.
The Book Club’s presentation at our August 25 service, focusing on their reading of Bill McKibben’s book “Falter,” highlighted the extreme urgency of the climate crisis, and provoked discussion of what role All Souls Church might play in addressing it. Is it enough for … read more.
Friends of Music at Guilford (FOMAG) presents “A Celebration of the Classical Guitar” at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 29, in the Chapel at All Souls UU Church. Featured performers include David William Ross and the Procter/Hale Duo of Steve Procter, guitar, and Alison Hale, … read more.
The All Souls Church Board is initiating a Parish Council which will bring together representatives of the various committees and activity groups within the congregation.
The goals for the Council are to enhance communication within the congregation, address issues that affect the community as a whole, … read more.
Book Group News
Starting Saturday, October 12, the All Souls Church book group will be reading The Epic of Gilgamesh. This story, originally an oral transmission, was written down at least 4,000 years ago, making it the oldest literature in the world. It was told and … read more.
Each fall for the past several seasons, the gallery spaces at All Souls Church have been filled with blessings of Peace in the form of Stuart Copans’ papercuts and paintings of the Hebrew word “Shalom” and its Arabic equivalent “Salaam.” This 10th Annual Papercuts and … read more.