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:
The Social & Environmental Action Committee (SEAC) is sponsoring a donation bin for non-perishable food and monetary gifts during the month of November.
• The collection bin is in the foyer, opposite the main entry.
• This food drive supports Loaves and Fishes—feeding 300 people per week.
• During … read more.
Say no to hate: faith communities stand together
Rev. Shayna Appel invites you to join with our friends and colleagues from the Interfaith and Brattleboro Area Jewish Communities at the “Acting on the Side of Love Vigil” this Sunday, November 4th at 1:30 PM in front of the … 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.
Every Sunday, All Souls Church’s collections are shared with a community organization nominated by the members and friends of All Souls.
This month we are excited to be supporting Edible Brattleboro! Join us at ASC for SEAC’s first Sunday service to meet and hear from … read more.