All Souls News

All Souls is excited to welcome Rev. Deacon Karla Hunt to our congregation!  In the Episcopal Church, there are Vocational Deacons and Transitional Deacons.  Katherine our Priest came to us in July 2017 as a Transitional Deacon.  Karla comes as a Vocational Deacon.  When you read her journey below...
Each fall we look forward to helping homeowners winterize their homes by covering window air conditioning units, insulating pipes, putting plastic on windows, cleaning gutters, and doing general yard work.  This year we have three home we will visit in Hanover.   In addition to working around the...
Join us Saturday, November 3 (rain date Saturday, November 17) 11:30 am for our annual Garden Harvest Service.  The All Souls Community Garden gives fresh produce to Mechanicsville Churches Emergency Fund, Christian Village, Moments of Hope, and Church Hill Wellness Center weekly during the growing...
Blessing of the Animals
The annual Blessing of the Animals will be held on Sunday, October 7, 2018 at Rutland Shopping Center at 2 pm.  Look for us in the grassy area in front of Lidia's Italian Restaurant.  All Pets and their owners are welcomed to receive a blessing.  You may dress up your pet and join in a pet parade,...
Short Stories by Jesus
The Wednesday Night Book Group is for everyone – folks interested in learning more about our faith and traditions.   Think you have to be a scholar to talk about faith, the Bible, God, or our relationships with God?  No!!  So come, spend time with some friends – new or old – and explore this thing...
Jesus-Centered Life
In the first century, Jesus of Nazareth inspired a movement. A community of people whose lives were centered on Jesus Christ and committed to living the way of God’s unconditional, unselfish, sacrificial, and redemptive love. Before they were called “church” or “Christian,” this Jesus Movement was...
Labor Day Fire
A fire claimed the home of All Souls members the Vandenhoffs.  A Go Fund Me page has been set up by friends to to help with their immediate expenses.  There are 7 people in the family, parents, two young adult children, and 3 elementary age boys.  Financial help is the best way to help them get the...
Fall Parish Picnic
Join us for a Pot Luck Picnic on September 9 at 11:30 am at the Altee House to hear about this fall's activities, including Blessing of the Animals, Brunswick Stew Cook and Sell, and Home Winterization.  And hear about Children and Adult Formation and  the book chosen for Wednesday Evening Book...
Episcopal Church Women
Save the Date! Meeting of the Episcopal Church Women and United Thank Offering Ingathering Every woman in this Diocese is invited! October 11 | 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Epiphany, Oak Hill The October meeting of the Episcopal Church Women (ECW) will include presentations from several speakers. Bill...
August 7, 2018 Dear Leadership, Clergy, and People of the Diocese of Virginia, Over the course of the past few months, I have walked with Bishop Shannon and his spouse, Ellen, as they have been in a time of real spiritual discernment about their future and that of the Diocese of Virginia that has...

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