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  • In early June, we gathered after the regular worship service for a quick family meeting, or congregational update.  Will and the Elders introduced new staff and the 2016-2017 budget, deacons shared their plans for continuing city ministry projects and global missions, and we learned about upcoming events and opportunities within the Spiritual and Community Formation […]

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  • 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 […]

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • On Sunday evening, All Souls came together to celebrate the new year (and a Broncos win!) with soup, salad, good company, and a thoughtful reflection of 2015 as well as discussing upcoming plans and goals. In 2016, we believe God has called All Souls to flourish […]

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  • The word “advent” means coming or arrival.   From the Latin adventus, this wintry season, celebrated for the four weeks preceding Christmas since the 10th century (so we’ve only been doing this for a millennium!) recalls both the ancient longing for the Messiah and looks forward to his promise to come again.  As the beginning […]

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  • “However you feel about Valentine’s Day, whether it’s a celebration of romance, or an expensive date night, or an annual annoyance, wouldn’t it be great if we could all agree to spice up our relationship with our city this holiday? All Souls wants to help you show your love and make a difference in your community, so we’ve put together a list of ideas….”

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  • “Last Sunday, Travis dropped in to the children’s ministry classes to share about Second Mile Water, and to tell the kids about how they too can help put an end to water poverty…”

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