Barbara was enthusiastically selected by the All Souls Council as this month’s honoree. Although she has only recently joined All Souls, Barbara has become one of our most active supporters. Continue reading “Barbara Bruns — February 2007 Volunteer of the Month”
For January 2007, All Souls has selected Kathy Osuch as our Volunteer of the Month for her outstanding work on the annual pledge canvass. Continue reading “Kathy Osuch — January 2007 Volunteer of the Month”
For December 2006, All Souls has selected Amanda Lawrence and Hollie Nash as the Volunteers of the Month for their excellent organizational skills and energy behind the Halloween Party.
All Souls has also selected Mac Orchard as the Youth Volunteer of the Month for his work in creating a haunted house for the younger children at the Halloween Party.
For November 2006, the Church Council has selected the Orchard family (Stuart, Elysse, Mac, and Annalysse) as the Volunteers of the Month. Continue reading “Stuart, Elysse, Mac, and Annalysse Orchard — November 2006 Volunteers of the Month”
For all her work organizing the 2006 All Souls Jazz Lunch and Silent Auction, the Church Council selects Laurie Lyons as our volunteer of the month.
The Silent Auction is our most successful annual fundraiser and this year we raised over $6,600.00.
Richard Denton and Bridget Lyman have been selected as the September 2006 Volunteers of the Month for all the work they did in making our annual end of summer swim party go so swimmingly.
The parking space reserved for our honored Volunteer of the Month goes to Franklin Adams. Continue reading “Franklin Adams — August 2006 Volunteer of the Month”
Our July 2006 Volunteer of the Month is Laura Smith. Laura has provided us with the gift of her piano accompaniment during our worship services.
Sam has quickly made herself indispensable through her cooking, teaching, and organizational talents. Continue reading “Linda “Sam” Adams — June 2006 Volunteer of the Month”
Every year, All Souls honors those who serve the ideals of liberal religion in our community.
On Sunday, 7 May 2006, we presented the 2006 Emerson Award to the Philadelphia Center for their work in helping people with AIDS and preventing HIV in our community. Ken Beatty, the Executive Director of the Philadelphia Center, accepted the award on behalf of the Philadelphia Center.