Celebrate Mass with us every Sunday at 8 & 9:30AM
COMING UP at All Souls
THE EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF LONG ISLAND HAS CANCELED ALL WORKSHOPS & GROUP MEETINGS TO HELP CONTAIN THE SPREAD OF THE CORONA VIRUS.
THE CHURCH WILL REMAIN OPEN EVERY DAY DURING THIS DIFFICULT PERIOD.
WE WILL CONTINUE TO HOLD LIVE, INTERACTIVE, VIRTUAL SERVICES SERVICES and Starting July 12th will hold outdoor services at the Rectory.
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 several weeks below.
Sept 6 8:00am Live@Rectory 9:30am Virtual
Sept 13 8:00am Virtual 9:30am Live@Rectory
Sept 20 8:00am Virtual 9:30am Live@Rectory
Sept 27 TBD (Race Day)
LIVE AT RECTORY: (5 Mill Pond Road, Stony Brook)
Masks required Social distancing
Limited Coffee Hour (Cold water only)
Print and bring your own service booklet (pdf link below)
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
SEPTEMBER 12, 2020
SECOND SATURDAYS POETRY READING
11am - NOON
To maintain “social distancing,” the program
will be delivered virtually in an interactive forum via ZOOM.
Dr. Jack Coulehan is an Emeritus Professor of Medicine and former director of the Center for Medical Humanities, Compassionate Care, and Bioethics at Stony Brook University. Jack is the author of seven collections of poetry, including The Talking Cure: New and Selected Poems. His other books include Blood & Bone and Primary Care, two co-edited anthologies of poems by physicians; Chekhov’s Doctors, a collection of Anton Chekhov’s medical tales.
SEPTEMBER 27, 2020 CANCELED
SOLES for All Souls 5K Race/2K Walk
Unfortunately, as a result of a NY State order, the Town of Brookhaven has withdrawn our permit for the 12th Annual SOLES for All Souls 5KRace/2K Walk which was scheduled for September 27. This event has been both a fundraiser and a celebration of the role of All Souls in the Community. For the last few years, proceeds from this event have been dedicated to making All Souls and its programming accessible to all.
While we are disappointed to have to postpone the race/walk until next year, we are especially grateful to the SOLES for All Souls sponsors and runners/walkers. We raised over $26,000+ for the accessibility project this year, bringing the total raised so far in excess of $50,000 (roughly 1/3 of the estimated cost of the project).
With the strong support of the community, and the plans to apply for future grants, All Souls looks forward to the day in the not too distant future when their doors are truly “open to all.”
Thank you for your support and understanding.
RESOURCES FOR DAILY PRAYER:
Day by Day booklets include the readings for the day (including Sundays) and a brief reflection on one of the readings (like a short homily).
This link will take you to the readings and reflection
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.