Evening Music & Spirit Service

In response to the COVID19 virus, All Souls will be postponing our in-person services. 

We are now making our services available online on YouTube! 


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Every Sunday from 5pm - 6pm

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.

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

Guest speaker Steven L Schatz is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice in the Boston area since 1975 as well as the founder of the Boston based Center for Music & Imagery Psychosynthesis, a training program for healing professionals established in 1979. He has heard literally thousands of true-life stories, many of them powerful, startling, disturbing, and occasionally profound and uplifting. He will be sharing his personal story of the inner response which arose upon receiving his son's cancer diagnosis.

Music Bio: Steven L Schatz is a musician, composer, author and lover of life, married and has been blessed with three children.

Sunday, April 5  |  Service broadcasting on YouTube from 5pm

The Four Knowings:

In the Light of Our Eldest Son’s Passing

Join us for an interfaith celebration of Easter surrounded by the signs of life bursting forth, from blossoms, to new leaves, to renewed souls. Our service will feature contemplative music and readings from several faith traditions focused on resurrection and new life. Rev. Don Chatfield will explore the joyous themes of new life in the world’s faiths. We invite you to start your Easter Sunday with this gentle and peaceful experience of renewal and hope.  Music provided this morning by Melanie Blackbird Sroka.

Melanie Blackbird Sroka, sings and performs songs of the World, of the Spirit, and of the Earth.

*Please note this service is from 11am not our regular 5-6pm Music and Spirit.

Sunday, April 12  |  MORNING Service broadcasting on YouTube from 11am

New Life of Many Faiths

We celebrate Earth Day this week, and tonight’s service is focused on our sacred relationship with the planet. In times like these, marked by climate change and the failure of social institutions, it is important that we focus on hope and action. In this service, Rev.
Don Chatfield will help us go deeper within our own souls to claim the beloved community
that will love and defend Mother Earth. Music tonight will be by Raphael Groten.

Raphael Groten is about heart connection, the mind of peace, and the vibration of wonder and is working on his third cd release.  https://www.raphaelgroten.com/

Sunday, April 19  |  Service broadcasting on YouTube from 5pm

Celebrating Sacred Earth

We come into this life with our breath, aided by the breath of our mother.
Rev. Kim Marie Glynn will explore how breathing is a tool for birthing and being, how tuning into the breath makes us aware of the connection of our bodies and calibrates us to the mother of us all, the earth. The more we become more present with ourselves, the more we come present with all around us. 

Our musician is Tashi Sherpa originally from Kathmandu Nepal, also known as Sherpa Guitarist. He has been playing for almost 25 years and his music is mix of Himalayan folk and rock blues.

Sunday, April 26  |  Service broadcasting on YouTube from 5pm

Breathing and Birthing Into Being