Between July 15 and August 30 the WVMH main hall will be painted and the floor replaced. As such, services during that period will be held in the chapel or other suitable setting. Please do not offer the main hall for rentals, gatherings or … read more.
LOST: At church on Sunday, May 26, one purple stone earring on silver hook. If you happen to find it, please call/text Karen Tyler at 413-824-8960, or email at email@example.com
These pictures are from the May 12 Pete’s 100th celebration. As Annie Patterson put it, “We sang songs celebrating the life and work of Pete Seeger, one of the greatest human beings I have ever met. Pete spent his life working for justice and inspired … read more.
LOST AND FOUND: Please check the corner near the office, and claim anything that looks familiar. Anything remaining by May 26 will be considered a donation to the Rummage Sale.
Charles Butterfield has compiled an excellent overview of the history of All Souls Church, beginning in the early 1790s when the Rev. Hosea Ballou, “Father of Universalism in America,” preached to a small gathering in West Brattleboro. His narrative covers a lot of ground from … read more.
I’m sharing the good news that we have hired architectural design professional Robin Sweetapple to assist us with our capital project planning and building maintenance issues for the next year. We will be resuming our capital planning group next week, Wednesday March 20, at … 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.
I will start with the numbers. Our tally is $6574, this is up from last year, so Yippee!
The Main Event – the wreaths, greens, and ornaments, brought in more than half of the total bazaar income, led by Ruth L. and Becky C,, $3593. Linda … read more.
At the monthly SEAC service on December 6, Josh Davis of Groundworks Collaborative spoke movingly of that organization’s vital work with food and shelter insecurity, and gave us some specifics about how individuals might get involved. Here’s a link to detailed information about volunteer opportunities: