Now Every Other Sunday from 11am - 12pm
Join us virtually via Zoom by clicking the button below and following the directions.
UPDATE: Sunday Morning Meditation has resumed outdoors at All Souls. You are now able to register online to attend the upcoming Sunday meditation on a first come, first served basis. Registration will open on Wednesdays, 5 days prior to the meditation. Registration for the a 9am session can be made at this page. Masks will be required of all attending and we will observe social distancing. For who choose not to attend in person, or who are unable to attend, the meditation will also be available on Zoom via the link above.
For this week's meditation quote/theme, please visit here.
This is our 18th year offering interfaith spiritual services! Our mission is to create a service that allows for people to cultivate inner peace and inspire connection to Divine Source.
Meditation Leaders invite you to start your week with an hour of insightful and inspiring guided and silent meditation.
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Our Meditation Leaders
Rev. Don Chatfield
Interfaith minister Rev. Don Chatfield has been teaching meditation for 15 years and enjoys helping others to enjoy the benefits of contemplation. Don teaches how to realize health, mental, and spiritual benefits from a regular meditation practice. Over the years he has studied with meditation teachers to learn Buddhist, Sufi, Hindu, Christian, Celtic and Native styles of contemplation.
Barbara weaves poetry, music, and short personal reflections on the natural world or life in general into her Meditation Services to encourage a deeper inner experience of the present moment and a flowering into the possibility of how we can change the world to make it a better place for all beings.
John came to his meditation practice late in life. After a half century of wandering attention and
pursuing happiness in transient things John found a degree of inner calmness in daily
meditation. Attending the Sunday Morning Mediation at All Souls became the foundation for
building and sustaining his practice.
Michael’s spirituality is Advaitic in nature drawing on the mystical teachings of enlightened beings from all faith traditions and times. Michael believes that meditation allows us to practice control of our attention in order to strengthen our ability to commune directly with God.