Join us on June 4th at 3 pm at Waneka Lake Park for a celebration of summer. Bring friends and neighbors for lawn games and BBQ and sign up to bring a side to share!
Join Pastor Will Forsythe and others for a lively discussion of the week’s upcoming Scripture passage every Tuesday morning at 8:30am at our Pine Street office.
We love our kids at All Souls, and have Playdates at the Park scheduled on the 1st & 3rd Thursdays of summer months, as well as Mommy & Baby mornings & Big Kid outings.
Please join All Souls women for an evening of connecting our lives to Christ through each other’s story.
Nights of Prayer & Encouragement are changing to the second Sunday of the month! Please come and be encouraged with uplifting teachings, conversation, worship and prayer.
Timothy Kayera spoke with been-there-done-that confidence. He grew stronger with each word, pulling me closer with the fire of his conviction. And then he summarized everything I believe about charity. In four words. I used to work with one of those organizations that gave stuff away to everyone. We’d give away animals, clothing and clean […]CONTINUE READING →
Because God works through his church scattered throughout the world, our offices, homes, and schools are all sacred places of spiritual transformation—for our neighbors as well as ourselves.CONTINUE READING →
But as I see Him there, I realize the terrible truth: to see the risen God, to see him conquer death and walk away from His tomb…there is no possible response but worship. I can no longer hide behind the veil of faith; I have seen this truth with my own eyes, and I cannot help but offer Him my everything. My life cannot be the same.CONTINUE READING →
The seminarians I knew in college
drank handfuls of wine on Maundy Thursday
and quickly wiped all that spilled down their
chins. They dirtied our floor with wash basins,
sooty puddles, and the Yerushalmi dirt
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Sometimes, in my work and life, lament is the only way forward. The only thing I can seem to do is grieve, argue, and find fault, to complain, to “cling obstinately to God and demand for God to see, hear, and act.” I wonder if lament is a step towards the kind of freedom my vicar spoke of, where we learn through lament to love our neighbor and bear their burden…CONTINUE READING →