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Volunteer for the Easter Festival

 

Up to and day of April 30 (4-7 pm)

This year, as we celebrate the Easter Season, we are putting on a fun extravaganza we're calling the Easter Festival, and it will have games, inflatibles, live music, a pig roast, carnival food and maybe more as we continue to plan this inaugeral, church-wide party!

If you would like to volunteer to help with the festival–decorations, food, children’s games and set up/break down–sign up using the links below.

I want to sign up to help with:

DECORATIONS

FOOD

SET UP/TEAR DOWN

CHILDREN'S GAMES

Thank you so much for helping us celebrate Easter with All Souls, our friends and community!

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Vacation Bible School 2017

 

June 5-9, 9 am to noon

Thank you! We are now at full capacity.

Email Susan Trotti if you would like to be put on a wait list for any cancellations.

 


Here are details if you are interested in being placed on wait list:

 

  • The cost is $30 per child 2 years thru 3rd grade.
  • The cost is $35 for 4th and 5th graders. (Includes fun field trip on Wednesday.)
  • Children must be 2 years old as of June 1, 2017.

New Women's Evening Study

 

Wednesday Evenings, 7 pm, starting March 15

Enjoy: Finding the Freedom to Delight Daily in God’s Good Gifts

Join us March 15 at 7 pm for a new study by Trillia J. Newbell (see video from author below); we will meet March 15, 22, 29; April 19, 26; and May 3, which includes a 2-week break for Spring Break and Holy Week. (No childcare provided for this study.)

Each day is full of opportunities to savor the countless gifts the Creator has given.  This thought-provoking book invites you to the truth of God's Word and discover how to nurture daily a spirit of gratitude and deep satisfaction.

For questions or comments, contact leebeth@burgecpa.com. We hope you’ll consider joining us to connect with new women, deepening friendships and learning together.

 

 

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Women's Morning Study

 

Thursday Mornings, 9:45 - 11:30 am

Join Us

(Link to sign up for study and childcare.)

A Long Obedience In The Same Direction: Discipleship In An Instant Society

Join us on Thursday mornings, 9:45-11:30 am. This study follows the Psalms of Ascent (Psalms 120-134). These age-old psalms were sung by the Hebrew people on their pilgrimages to Jerusalem. They express honest, authentic, and emotional topics of everyday life. In this study, we’ll see how author Eugene Peterson finds encouragement for modern pilgrims. We'll also learn to grow in worship, service, joy, work, happiness, humility, community and blessing. Please secure your copy of A Long Obedience in the Same Direction: Discipleship in an Instant Society by Eugene Peterson for the study.

For questions or comments, contact keri.dziuban@gmail.com We hope you’ll consider joining us to connect with new women, and speaking honestly about the Psalms, our lives and our faith journeys.

 

Frozen Meal Drive

 

Ongoing

Lets Fill the Freezer!

In addition to providing hot meals for those in our body who are experiencing a time of crisis or a new addition to their family, All Souls likes to also keep meals in our freezer for those who find themselves in a time of sudden or unexpected need. We also like to have some on hand to help fill in meal schedules when there are multiple calendar needs at once. At the moment our freezer is empty and in need of refilling. So, we are initiating a frozen meal drive.

Some time during the course of this month, simply double what you are planning to prepare for you or your family–and freeze it for the All Souls freezer!  The next time you head to church you can bring it, and put it in the freezer in the kitchen. Be sure to label your meal as to what it is and instructions for reheating/cooking.

(Learn more about our Meal Ministry.)

Thank you for serving our body and the community in this way.

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Sunday Volunteers Needed

 

Urgent Need for Ongoing Positions

Join Us

To be a part of All Souls is to live a life of serving. This begins within the church as each week people dive into serving in children’s ministry, greeting, helping set up, or even making coffee. We truly exist as a church because of our volunteers.

It is from this discipline of serving that we are then able to love our communities, our city, and our world well.

It takes over 200 volunteers to make Sunday morning happen for the year, but many positions only require serving once a month! (Sunday School teachers serve twice per month.)