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Sunday Service | September 20: “Abolition Today: Part 1, Prisons” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

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Sunday Service | September 13: “For the Long Haul; Ingathering” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

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Sunday Service | September 6: “Resilience in Challenging Times” with All Souls Readers

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Another Virtual Sunday Plus Success

Another VSP Success Thanks to all who ordered meals for our third Virtual Sunday Plus. We served 80 meals to All Souls members and friends. Special thanks to Sherry Anspach, Dori Bader, Judith Cady, Jim Fletcher, Cheryl Graan, Scott Henze, Jean Patterson Ginger Powers, and Le Aúndra Salazar-Slaughter. They shared refrigerator space, cooked, organized and […]

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Adopt-A-Poll Fundraising Program

Can you help with the upcoming important elections and help All Souls with fund-raising at the same time?  The Adopt-A-Poll fundraising program allows volunteers of a nonprofit organization to serve as poll workers on election day.  Then the KC Board of Elections will donate between $180-$215 per volunteer to All Souls.  All volunteers must be […]

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Notes from the Facilities Committee

There’s something new in the old churchyard.  Over the summer we’ve installed an irrigation system for the lawn on the West side, consisting of six sprinkler heads planted in the ground from the north tip of the property, extending south to the parking lot. (The east side, as you may know, is a garden and […]

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Scavenger Hunt for all ages September 5th

Sign up at the link below to join in a scavenger hunt. You will be sent a list of items to find in your own neighborhood at 10am on Saturday, September 5th. Text a picture of each item as you find it. Join us in the Community Connection Zoom Room at 11:15am to see all the […]

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Board of Trustees Announcement

The All Souls Board of Trustees passed several resolutions amending the 2020-2021 church budget at their regular meeting on August 19th, 2020. In total, there was a $20,785 reduction to spending, taken from supplies, maintenance, programming, and payroll line items. These reductions came from savings realized due to reduced building use and continued online services. […]

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PLAN NOW TO MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT ON NOVEMBER 3rd, 2020

Everyone should plan now to prepare to vote in the November 3 General Election.  Do not risk being told at the poll that you are not registered to vote—or that you do not have the correct identification—or, if you vote by mail, do not risk that your mailed ballot will arrive too late to be […]

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