Please join us Sunday, December 24th at 5 p.m. for our family-inclusive Candlelight Christmas Eve Service.
Join the women of All Souls for a cozy Christmas party!
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.
Join us for a potluck brunch after the service on the first Sunday of the month
Join us for a quick noon prayer on Wednesdays; the Pine Street Church sanctuary will remain open until 3 p.m. for individual prayer.
God seems to have given us all the gift of time, to be present and aware of the world around us, to take in the words and long conversations of others, to silently open our eyes to the creation we live in and are part of, and maybe even fall into the mystery of God with us in this beautiful mess we call life.CONTINUE READING →
The squealing, talking, racing and sometimes crying are the noises that the kids bring each week to All Souls Kids Ministry. There are noises and emotions and wondering. And in the middle of all that energy there is worship. I know that God is smiling down on his children as they gather to play, learn and sing together.CONTINUE READING →
As part of our Lent series, “Through My Neighbor’s Eyes,” we’re engaging in a series of conversations with our marginalized neighbors. These conversations are an invitation to take the first step in loving our neighbors by seeing through their eyes. Through hearing their stories, lamenting Christianity’s role in their marginalization, and praying for a just future together, we are becoming more of ourselves and more of who God made us to be. These are those prayers:CONTINUE READING →
Embedded within their Lent services the church decided to look at the people and groups that the Christian church has historically mistreated or marginalized in some way. The purpose for these services are for public confession of past and present sins and to learn how to love our neighbors that are different than us from this point forward.CONTINUE READING →
Shalom has its own significant meaning; a complete rest, one without wanting, emptiness, a peace with nothing left undone. Shalom gives wholeness – it’s as if to say to the passerby, “I wish the peace of God upon you that makes you whole.” It is an extraordinary thing that the peace of God, found in Sabbath rest, can be so renewing and restoring to our weariness and brokenness. Even more, Sabbath Shalom gives us the kind of peace that allows God to meet us and do the kind of work in and through us that He so desires.CONTINUE READING →