November 20, 2017

SUNDAY WORSHIPJoin us for worship this Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Click here for a description of next Sunday's worship service.

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While All Souls is vitally engaged in the life of the community and ministries beyond our walls, it is our woship which gives us life.


There are three worship opportunities each week at All Souls.


Sunday 10:00 a.m. is our traditional service where we follow a regular order of worship based around the Bible lessons for the day. In the service we request prayer concerns or bidding prayers from the congregation which the lay liturgist incorporates into the prayers of the people. Our adult choir provides musical leadership as they offer an anthem and lead in singing the prayer responses, usually Taize' chants.


The Wednesday 8:00 a.m. service is a quiet mid-week prayer service. We gather in the chancel where we sing, hear scripture passages including a daily Psalm, and offer prayers. This half hour service of meditation and renewal is a welcome mid-week break.


Saturday 5:30 p.m. is when our weekly Taize' service takes place. This service is based on the

style of worship at the Taize' community in France. There is no preaching, but there are long periods of silence for reflection and prayer. This lay-led service includes unaccompanied singing of chants from Taize' and the Iona community, scripture readings, prayers, and communion.


It is in our worship that we find our strength and energy to go forth and serve as we have been called to do.

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