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.
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.
Our new “Side With Love” banner was in the Bennington Pride Parade on June 29, carried by Dion LaShay and helpers.
On Saturday, July 6, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., the All Souls Arts Committee invites church members, friends, and the general public to an opening reception for “Bitter & Sweet: An Artist’s Journey,” the new show installed in the church’s foyer and other gallery spaces … 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.
Something different is planned this month at the All Souls Church film series — a live event on Sunday, Oct. 28, instead of a film.
The church will host Mark Hughes, leader of “40 Days of Fire,” which he describes as “a statewide … read more.
Rev. Jeffrey W. Campbell was a Black minister who dedicated his many talents first to the Universalist denomination and then to the Unitarian Universalist denomination. Despite years of service, excellent references, and a quick mind, Rev. Campbell never found a full-time ministry. Instead, he had … read more.