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“A Field of Love: Sowing Seeds of Liberation in Vermont”

SUSU commUNITY farm exists to co-create a homemade field of love for the next 7 generations through the healing, affirming, and liberation of Black, indigenous, people of color and their allies. We welcome them to this First Sunday service, and look forward to sharing our … read more.

From the Leadership

  • October Message from Rev. Telos Whitfield
    Dear  Ones, The change of seasons is upon us. Our dear landscape is changing from green to gold and red, crisp, cooler air, and the calls of geese heading south. Perhaps we have gotten our sweaters out again, put our storm windows down, and are making preparations. We may have even made a hot soup! It is a nostalgic time as we adjust and prepare for wintertime. But there is also an energy in the air, especially here at All Souls as we move into our new year, getting to know people who have ... read more
  • October Message from the President
    Reflections from the President    The Fullness of Fall Fall is often a time of new beginnings and a time to resume many activities which may have been put on hold during the summer.  So it is with All Souls Church.  Although we held worship, committee and board meetings, as well as special events, summer had a different pace.  Now that we have turned the page from September to October our activities are in full swing. The Sunday schedule in particular is more than full.  We have had a soft ... read more
  • July & August Message from ASC President of the Board
    Reflections from the President  “Sumer Is Icumen In”  — Summer has arrived, Loudly Sing, Cuckoo!   We have just completed June services at the West Village Meeting House and celebrated the solstice on the lawn with the musical merriment of Sharon & Daniel.  We chose raffle tickets for the “Light the Way” lamp, proceeds to benefit driveway paving expense.  Thanks to Catie for organizing this raffle and congrats to Jamie, the winner of the beautiful antique lamp.  We are turning the calendar ... read more

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What’s New

  • Chili Supper Oct. 6
    Chili supper planned October 6  Details here. Donations of food items and volunteers are still needed for this event. Contact Leslie Kinney (802-257-1851) or Carla Fogg (802-258-7535) if you can help. Join us for a tasty meal and share this event with friends! more
  • New Art Exhibit: Stu Copans
    Stu Copans exhibit on view, click here for a preview. Brattleboro artist Stu Copans is returning to All Souls Church for an exhibit entitled Collaborations, on view now through October 30. An artists’ reception is planned for this Sunday, September 17, 3 – 5 pm. You can view the exhibit Mon – more
  • Pictures from the Welcome Center
    Here are some pictures of our I-91 Welcome Center fund-raiser more
  • Raffle of Antique Lamp
    We’re pleased to say that the raffle of the Antique Lamp—to “Lighten the Way”—occurred Sunday, June 18. The raffle was devised to “lighten” the financial burden after the cost to pave the driveway at our West Village Meeting House increased by $6,000. The Lamp also will “lighten” the winner’s home more
  • July & August Message from Rev. Telos
    ‘A single sunbeam is enough to drive away many shadows.’ May the promises you have made to yourself about who you want to be feel closer to the reality of who you are right now. May you share that feeling of transformation wherever you go. May it spread into every word, deed, thought, and more