Summer Service will be online at 9:30 am beginning July 5
Know you are one with community as you join us for online service.
As we care for our communities and neighbors during this time of COVID-19, our services will happen online via Zoom, an easy-to-use video conferencing site. While we're staying away from one another in person, let's stay connected online.
Summer Service is Sunday at 9:30 am and lasts about 30 minutes online via Zoom, an easy-to-use video conferencing site. Join us for a variety of topics, led by different members and friends of All Souls. People of all ages are welcome and invited. Use this link on Sunday morning at 9:30.
Meeting ID: 965 7100 6038
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Meeting ID: 965 7100 6038
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The schedule may change, but here is a rough outline of what is being planned:
July 5 Don Swanson What is fun during the pandemic?
July 12 Reverend Steven Wilson "One more 2020 conversation on Race"
2020 has been the most interesting political, cultural, medical, global year of my life. Perhaps yours as well. A persistent global pandemic has come to share the spotlight with the most serious and sustained protests and conversations around race that we have seen since the sixties. Today, Steve will light a chalice, do a round of Joys and Concerns, read a 5 minute long abridged version of his sermon on Race, White Fragility, and Justice, and for the remaining time lead a conversation on the matter. Please plan on 45 minutes.
July 19 Writing Group: Diane Doucette, Maureen Crimmins, Alicia Jaromin, Nikki Milne, Mary Mitchell, Marge Kearns, Andrew Pearce, George Goss Spiritual Writing
July 26 Reverend Steven Wilson A Socially Distant tour of the Western Theological Supermarket
The question of God is the question we can neither answer nor put down. God is the best, simplest, most potentially most right and/or wrong answer their ever was. Today with the image of a socially distanced walk around the western theological supermarket established in our brain, our former Rev. Steve will read an abridged version of his sermon on God that will set up a hopefully engaging conversation on the most basic of theological questions. Is there an author of creation? Do we play to an audience? Could we ever accept it if we discovered we didn’t? Little, maybe nothing is more important than how we collectively see God.
Steve will light a chalice, do a round of Joys and concerns, share a ten minute sermon on the basic philosophical approaches to God, followed by discussion. Please plan on 45 minutes
August 2 Andrew Pearce What do you daydream about?
August 9 Mary Mitchell The tao of the turtle - animal symbolism
August 16 Alicia Jaromin Talking to ghosts or coming to terms with losing a loved one
August 23 ASC Book Group: Jane Fogg, Diane Doucette
Sharing something about one or more books that were read by the book group this year
August 30 TBD
Sept 6 Maureen C. & Kate W. Labor Day/The labor movement
Below are some recorded services.