Due to COVID-19 precautions, many of our regular meetings and studies are on hold or have been moved to live stream. If you are interested in attending an activity, please see below or contact us to find out whether/how it is taking place.
Saturday, March 13, 9:00am–10:30am
Come get to know the other ladies of All Souls better over breakfast! The breakfast will take place from 9:00am to 10:30am; contact us for location information.
Sunday, March 28, 8:15am
The All Souls prayer group meets the fourth Sunday of every month. This month we will meet remotely via Zoom. Everyone is welcome to join us in praying for our church. Download our monthly prayer list to join us in praying for our church throughout the month!
Due to COVID-19, Sunday School currently takes place on Zoom
Adult Sunday School
Adult Sunday School is currently studying the book of James.
Sunday School Grades 8–12
Sunday School for Grades 8–12 is currently on break.
Children’s Sunday School
Children’s Sunday School is currently on break.
Most of our small groups are currently taking place online. If you are interested in attending a small group study, please see below or contact us
to learn more about how to attend.
Wednesday Small Group
Join the Wednesday evening small group for a time of discussion and fellowship, with occasional group meals. The current study is on Bryan Chapell’s Unlimited Grace. This small group has a flexible, rotating schedule to accommodate families with kids and working adults, and is currently meeting online or in person with social distancing. Please contact us to learn how to join.
Reformation Fellowship’s College Bible Study
is currently meeting online. More information is available on the RF page
Reformation Fellowship is a student ministry of All Souls Presbyterian Church.
Biblical Counseling Training
2nd and 4th Thursdays of the Month, 7:00pm–8:00pm
All are welcome to attend our Biblical Counseling Training class, currently meeting online
. The current series is entitled “Hope & Help: Discipling the Elderly, Sick, Dying and Bereaved.” Contact us
to learn more.
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