Celebrate Mass with us every Sunday at 8 & 9:30AM
COMING UP at All Souls
SEE BELOW FOR SCHEDULE AND DETAILS:
For more information call 631-655-7798
We now offer a new blended schedule of outdoor live and virtual services. Please note the schedule for the next weeks below.
Oct 11 8am Virtual 9:30am Morning Prayer Eucharist @ Church
Oct 18 8am Virtual 9:30am Morning Prayer Eucharist @ Church
Oct 25 8am Virtual 9:30am Morning Prayer Eucharist @ Church
Please log in at least 5 minutes before the service begins.
If you cannot log in, you are welcome to join us by phone:
Dial-In #: 646-876-9923
Code: 867 587 1768
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2020
Gregorian Chant/Music of Taizé
The historic chapel will be lit with candles and alive with the mystical sounds of Gregorian chant and Songs of Taizé. This is a a unique opportunity for reflection and/or silent prayer for people of all faiths (or no faith) searching for a spiritual connection in their lives. (8:00pm to 9:00pm).
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2020
Native American Drumming returns to All Souls.
Native American Drumming Meditation is a spiritual healing practice that is thousands of years old. Led by experienced shamanic drummer, Ric Statler, the drumming meditation seeks to integrate the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual parts of the human self, creating a state of well-being.
The session will be held at All Souls Rectory (5 Mill Pond Road, Stony Brook) from 7:00pm – 8:45pm. This is a new location. If you are able, please park at our Parish House parking lot at the top of Mill Pond Road and walk down to the Rectory. You will see the Drumming sign.
(If your mobility is limited, you can park in the Rectory Driveway.)
Please call 631-655-7798 for more information.
NOVEMBER 14, 2020
SECOND SATURDAYS POETRY READING
11am - NOON
To maintain “social distancing,” the program will be delivered virtually in an interactive forum via ZOOM (access link on All Souls website). The readings will be hosted by current Suffolk County Poet Laureate Barbara Southard.
All Souls Church is a Christian Community in the Anglican tradition.
We strive to be mutually supportive of the personal spiritual journey, respecting the individuality of all, and accepting the value of meeting people wherever they are on that journey.
All Souls is an active community of people who serve God and one another. There are a wide range of ways that people serve in worship: as acolytes, in the altar guild, as eucharistic ministers, greeters, ushers, and lectors, hosting coffee hour and other special events.
All Souls welcomes all visitors and invite you to join our small but growing congregation. We are an eclectic group consisting of young families, retirees, college students and faculty, “old timers”, brand new Episcopalians, and a number of former Roman Catholics. We’ve all found a home at All Souls and we invite you to visit.