The Brattleboro Women’s Chorus was founded in the fall of 1996 by Becky Graber. When they began their second semester, in the spring of 1997, Becky moved rehearsals to All Souls Church, and ever since the Women’s Chorus has found welcome and support from the … read more.
My family moved to Brattleboro, Vermont during the summer of 1958. We attended All Souls Church when we were located downtown. My memories are mostly about our minister, Rev. Fred Miller and our youth group leader, Charles Butterfield. We had the best time, a … read more.
Ede Thomas’s Pathway to All Souls Church
I became a Unitarian when I married my husband Tommy in 1953. We got married in my own church which was Presbyterian. But when we went to the rehearsal the night before the wedding, Tommy objected to the minister’s … read more.
I have been coming to All Souls Church since good friends chose to hold their Civil Union here. It was soon after Civil Unions had become legal in Vermont. A joyous celebration, those present included the entire fourth grade class taught by one of the … read more.
My Pathway to All Souls Church
Originally I was introduced the Unitarian Church as a child of about 8 to 10 years old when my family chose to visit the Unitarian Church in Honolulu, Hawaii. We didn’t attend for long and our attendance was sporadic but … read more.
The WVMH was designed as a home for all kinds of arts which would draw in the wider public. This purpose has been fulfilled by a great variety of concerts, exhibits, and productions over the years. Subdivisions in this large section are Music, … read more.
Our Holiday Bazaar is a fundraising event that involves almost every member in some way. It was started sometime in the 1980s. Mary Dunham, with her great talent in growing things and leading people, was one of the key organizers. The event drew many people … read more.
Maisie Crowther’s Pathway
Chuck and I met through a mutual friend, an “Experimenter.” We moved to Brattleboro in 1966 – because he was working at The School for International Training. We ‘experimented’ by sampling the local churches.
One Sunday in 1968, we attended the downtown Old Stone … read more.