Evening Music & Spirit Service

Every Sunday from 5pm - 6pm
Our services are available online on YouTube.

UPDATE: Our online Music and Spirit Services will continue on YouTube through the end of June. 
Outdoor Music and Spirit Services will be held at All Souls on July 12 and 26, and August 9 and 23. 

These services will be livestreamed for those not attending in person. 
More details to come.

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

July & August Theme:

Soul Lessons of Summer
Please note that summer services are every other week.

What a joy to watch the plant world produce mature growth during the summer months!  What can we learn for our spiritual journey about supporting sturdy growth that stands up to the demands of the world?  Rev. Don Chatfield explores teachings from the world’s wisdom traditions to inform our spiritual path.  Music provided by Raphael Groten.

 

Sunday, July 12 | 5pm - 6pm
We will be resuming services, to be held outdoors capped at 25 people. 
Service will also be live-streamed at 5pm.  More details to follow.

Supporting Sturdy Growth

What calls you to grow and merge with something beyond yourself? How do you hear this call and respond by growing and changing seasons within your own soul? Rev. Kim Marie Glynn will be encouraging curiosity to ponder the questions of what calls you to a higher version of yourself and connecting with your sacred soul through words, poems, prayer, intention and the heartfelt music of Zach Cohen.

 

Sunday, July 26 | 5pm - 6pm
In person service to be held outdoors, capped at 25 people. 
Service will also be live-streamed at 5pm.  More details to follow.

The Urge to Merge

During the long days of summer, our gardens and trees are full of ripening vegetables and fruit.  It’s often tempting to pick them before they’re ready, but patience pays off.  Rev. Don Chatfield explores how we learn to make patience a part of our spiritual walk. Music to be announced.

 

Sunday, August 9 | 5pm - 6pm
In-person service to be held outdoors, capped at 25 people.
Service will also be live-streamed at 5pm.  More details to follow.

Allowing Fruits to Ripen

As we enjoy late summertime, we have an awareness that everything is about to change.  The lush greenery is about to turn brown, the warmth of the sun is about to fade away.  In our spiritual life, we face similar seasons.  Rev. Don Chatfield will help us explore spiritual tools that help us to embrace impermanence and the changes of life.  Music to be announced.

 

Sunday, August 23 | 5pm - 6pm
In-person service to be held outdoors, capped at 25 people.
Service will also be live-streamed at 5pm.  More details to follow.

Preparing to Let Go