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Being Restorative: Reimagining the World

Sunday, July 14th  – Being Restorative: Reimagining the World  led by the Revs. Telos Whitfield and Leaf Seligman. Leaf recently published a new book, Being Restorative exploring how a restorative worldview heal our world. Leaf and Telos share a life-long dedication to Peace work, and will share experiences of how this work has transformed their lives. … Continue reading Being Restorative: Reimagining the World

From the Leadership

  • Letter From our Incoming President
      I want to specifically thank ASC Presidents Leslie Kinney (2020-2024) and Ed Burke (served until 2020) and Treasurers Ron Niswander and Jamie Gibson (served until 2022) for their care and direction of All Souls Church. They have brought All Souls to 2024 in fine fashion through myriad challenging circumstances, milestones and celebrations. Gratitude also to everyone who has or is currently serving on our Board of Trustees. I’m grateful that I get to step in under such auspicious conditions.   I’m going through a period of examining my notions of identity. What does it mean when we “identify” as something? A seemingly relevant question: I’m now identifying as the President of a ... read more
  • Message From Rev. Telos Whitfield
    Message From Rev. Telos Whitfield Dear ones,    We are in the precious few weeks of summer in Vermont, may we have time to appreciate the greening abundance all around us. I hope that each of us might have time for reunions with friends and family, sitting by a lake or stream, eating together, sipping iced tea or lemonade. Our own All Souls Picnic is on Saturday, July 27th! We might relish in the incredible green that surrounds us, we might taste the sweetness of fresh strawberries, crunch of corn on the cob, smooth ice cream! Oh, there might be time to re-read a favorite book or listen to an outdoor concert. We have lifted our storm windows and let the breezes blow through our homes, ... read more

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  • Jul 12, 2024 - 1:00 pm
    Caring Circle Meeting
  • Jul 14, 2024 - 9:30 am
    Cycles Exhibit Open
  • Jul 14, 2024 - 12:00 pm
    Membership Committee Meeting
    Monthly Committee meeting to discuss Greeting for Sunday services, newcomers and future church events to include newcomers. Plan events for newcomers and possible New Members.
  • Jul 15, 2024 - 9:30 am
    Crafting On-Line
    So how do you Zoom craft you ask? We work on our own projects at home, like sewing or other handiwork while we visit on Zoom. There is a lot of great conversation…..about a recently read book or new movie or actually about craft projects, like how would you do that. Yes, it’s a bit...
  • Jul 17, 2024 - 5:30 pm
    *Board Meeting
    The meeting will be available online at

What’s New

  • Latest E-News
    The All Souls Church E-news usually comes out on Thursdays. If you would like to receive it in your inbox, please contact the office. Below is a copy of the latest E-news. Click here to find older issues of the weekly enews. We are trying a new way to deliver the weekly e-news that will be less more
  • Solstice Celebration June 21
    Come and celebrate the Summer Solstice on Friday, June 21st! We will gather in the lawn for a Potluck Supper at 5pm and Concert at 6pm with Daniel Kasnitz and Sharon Leslie. Bring a lawn chair for an evening of song and dance! Admission is free. A community event for all ages to welcome Summer! more
  • Cycles: An exhibit of Vermont artists with disabilities
    All Souls is honored to present an exhibit of 25 Vermont artists with disabilities, in partnership with Inclusive Arts Vermont. The theme, CYCLES,  emerged from community input and the artwork expresses cycles of nature, of the body, mind, and spirit, as well as experiences of repetition, circular more
  • Every Day is Mother’s Day concert
    All Souls is sponsoring a benefit concert on Thursday, May 2, for the Standing Together Movement, a grassroots movement mobilizing Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel in pursuit of peace, equality, and social and climate justice. The musicians are Emma’s Revolution, Sally Rogers and Claudia more
  • Welcome Spring–Sat, May 4
          Welcome Spring!” a craft fair featuring works by the gifted crafters of All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church, will be held outdoors on Saturday, May 4,  from 10 am to 3 pm, rain or shine. Reflecting the UU principles of respect for the environment and green lifestyles, the organizers for more