Evening Music & Spirit Service


Sunday Schedule is below
Join us in person or online via Facebook Live!

 

Our mission is to create a service that allows for people to cultivate inner peace and inspire connection to Divine Source.

Music plays a major role in Music & Spirit because we believe that it provides a special spiritual connection. Along with music, the services combine spiritual readings and reflections on world issues and personal values, as well as Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, Taoist and Native American beliefs and sacred texts. Spiritual healing is quietly woven throughout the service. Gathering members are welcome to light a candle to commemorate a prayer or event.
 

Upcoming Services

September Services Theme: All Together Now

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Infinite Unity

Sunday, September 4 at 5:00 p.m.

Join us On the Lawn (Weather permitting) or watch livestream on Facebook

The infinity symbol means many things, one being the connectedness of all things. Rev. Kim Marie Glynn will be exploring the infinite possibilities we all hold to be a bridge and bring things together through different faiths and symbols. Music will weave into the theme from All Souls Music Director, Ronnie Romano.  

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Unity in Community

Sunday, September 11 at 5:00 p.m.

Join us on the Lawn (Weather permitting) or watch livestream on Facebook

Celebrate community connections on the lawn at All Souls. Diverse community faith leaders will be on hand to offer blessings for finding unity amidst diversity, with a reflection from All Souls’ pastor, Rev. Don Chatfield, on “Unity in Community.”  If you wish, please bring a small token of unity to create a public art-altar.  Enjoy the soaring voices of local choirs under the direction of Music Director, Ronnie Romano, and call and response songs with Kirsten Rose and Family. 

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Power of Togetherness

Sunday, September 18 at 5:00 p.m.

Join us the Lawn (Weather permitting) or watch livestream on Facebook

Togetherness is essential to grow spiritually and for our relationships to thrive. What are the tools that can deepen our relationships to have a great spiritual impact today?  Pastor Don will help us redefine what togetherness truly is, focusing on love, vulnerability, and forgiveness.  Music provided by All Souls Music Director, Ronnie Romano.

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Pull Together, Not Apart

Sunday, September 25 at 5:00 p.m.

Join us on the Lawn (Weather permitting) or watch livestream on Facebook

Every relationship – even good ones – have conflict.  If we don’t know how to deal with it, how to resolve it, how to manage it, we can be pulled apart - ending the relationship.  Rev. Chatfield will explore spiritual teachings and tools that can help us pull together, instead of apart, when conflict arises.  Music provided by All Souls Music Director, Ronnie Romano.