Evening Music & Spirit Service


Sunday Schedule is below
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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

June Services Theme: Adiago to Presto

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Interspiritual Magic in the Making

Sunday, June 26 at 5:00 p.m.

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Throughout time spirituality has been linked to magic.  Rev. Kim Marie Glynn will be exploring magic around the world in many traditions using stories, metaphor, meditation, music and magic to explore this concept.  Music by guest musician, Heidi Champney.

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Because We Care

Sunday, July 3 at 5:00 p.m.

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Motivations to care for our community can vary widely.  Some engage in community service from a sense of obligation while others have a strong desire to change the world for the better.  At All Souls, we are engaged in the broader community because we genuinely care about others.  Pastor Don will explore the All Souls core values and community characteristics with some tips about how you can care for the greater good of those in our world.  Music provided by All Souls Music Director Ronnie Romano.

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Connected in Community

Sunday, July 10 at 5:00 p.m.

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Sometimes it can be difficult to make strong connections in a community, especially if you’re new.  Across the centuries, we’ve seen the power of small groups to develop deep and caring relationships in life.  Rev. Chatfield will consider the teachings of various spiritual masters about the importance of small groups for deep and caring connection.  He’ll share details about ways to connect in All Souls groups, as well as ideas for new groups.  Music provided by All Souls Music Director Ronnie Romano.

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Creativity and Imagination

Sunday, July 17 at 5:00 p.m.

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Sometimes we face a lack of good options to best care for our community.  In times like these, we need more creativity and imagination.  Anything genuinely new is only possible through bold acts of imagination and creative ideas.  How might you help create a new way to care for the community?  Pastor Don examines ways to awaken your creativity and to birth new possibilities.  Music provided by All Souls Music Director Ronnie Romano.

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Weaving the Web of Life and Death

Sunday, July 24 at 5:00 p.m.

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As Chief Seattle said, “Whatever we do to the web we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.” How can we continue to cultivate awareness to the many things we do on a daily basis that connect and affect the various communities around us of humans, animals, plants, water, insects, birds and more. Rev. Kim Marie will explore the concept of how we treat both life and death in the communities around us. Music from local musical guest Mary McGuinnes

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Rev. Martha Louise Harkness (Guest Speaker)

Sunday, July 31 at 5:00 p.m.

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July Services Theme: Caring for Community