As we continue our season of focus on peace, social justice, and the interdependent web, we turn our focus to the ways that we sustain the web of connections between ourselves and all life.
Like everything in our lives right now, we are adapting to the changes in our daily routines. This service will be changing again this week.
In order to follow the stay-at-home order issued by Louisiana Governor Edwards, each presenter in the service will be speaking from their respective homes.
We hope you will join us from your home.
Because the church page is a public page, you should be able to see the worship service whether or not you have a Facebook account. However, you do need a Facebook account to “like” and comment on our online worship service.
And if you miss our worship due to work or other challenges in your life, we will save the worship video on our Facebook page and our web site (check back later for more information).
Immediately after our all-ages online worship service this Sunday (29 March 2020), we will have our online religious education class for children and youth. This online session is for children, youth, and the adult caregivers / parents in their lives.
Bennett Upton (All Souls Board President) has designed two surveys to determine how you are faring through the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and what kind of help you might need or might be able to give.
We also want to know what kind of online programming you would find most helpful to keep you connected to your church community even when we can’t be together in the same room.
Please take just a few minutes to fill out both of them and help us shape a strong and resilient congregation for the days to come.
Coronavirus Check-In — How are you? We’re trying to assess the impact of the coronavirus on the congregation to find our areas of greatest need. We’ll keep this information held within a small group of staff and lay leadership in the congregation.
Staying Connected — We’re looking to see how we can serve you better and keep you connected to the community. We’re interested to hear all of your thoughts on how we could do it better. We’ll also use this to better target our communications with you. Your answers will be kept confidential, held in a small group of members only and anonymous whenever possible.
Feel free to share this with people that you feel might be interested as church membership is not a requirement of participation. We welcome the inputs from anyone who participates in the All Souls community.
Please join us online this Sunday (22 March 2020) at 11:00 AM for “Companions for the Journey” with Kathy Osuch and Bob Jordan.
As we continue our season focusing on peace, social justice, and the interdependent web, we are blessed to have two of our members share their spiritual paths which are centered around their love and respect for the Earth and nature.
This week (after a check-in to find out how we’re all doing and a small tutorial on the features of Zoom) we’ll look at the writings of Paul Rasor, Father Richard Rohr, Rev. William Barber, and others.
We will also talk about what it means to speak with a prophetic voice in turbulent times.