Inviting all to the beautiful journey in Christ, with community, for our city.
Sunday Morning Worship – 9:30AM @ 345 Mapleton Avenue
Who We Are
We're a church that celebrates complexity. If you have questions, that's great! We will not have all the answers, but we'll stand beside you and seek them together. What we do have is hope in the God who made us, who names us as Beloved, and who transforms us on the road we walk. We stand firm in the path of faith, and we're excited to join with you wherever you might be on that journey.
All people, young and old, rich and poor, black, brown and white, gay and straight, those with faith and doubt, joy and tears, single, married, divorced, the blessed and the broken, sinners and saints alike are all invited into our life together.
We are the church: we believe in making worship happen together. Which is why you’ll find Adventure Bob downstairs carefully Chemexing coffee, why our music includes middle schoolers and music professors and fiddlers, why the rhythms of our service are led by regular folks coming forward from their seats to share and invite us into this continual relationship with God. Each week, we celebrate the same patterns of worship, or liturgy: confession, prayers, communion. We know that this rhythm reminds us that all are God’s Beloved, just where we are, without pretension or expectation, and that God calls us forward into transformation.
Join us on Monday, February 25th at 6:30 p.m. for our next STORIES night. Courtney Soltys will be hosting at her home and we’ll be engaging in and sharing part of our own story. All women are welcome as we enjoy an evening of connecting our lives to Christ through each other’s story. Bring a friend and we'll see you there! Please consider bringing women's hygiene products to donate to Sister Carmen. If you have questions, contact Kassie Tinner.
All Souls is excited to welcome Dr. Chuck DeGroat to lead our Lenten Lab, Friday evening, March 1, and Saturday, March 2, at Pine Street Church. Dr. DeGroat will lead us through reflections on wholeheartedness, exploring what transformation looks like in our raw and real lives, and examining practices for living with resilience and presence in our current world. You can register HERE. Questions? Contact Adam Bailon.
Please join us on Wednesday, March 20, at 7 p.m. for a Women’s Lab to open up discussion about depression, anxiety and exhaustion.