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A warm home.  Astonishingly, there are many homes in our backyard whose owners lack this basic need.  The All Souls community went out to winterize some homes for the coming cold.  Check out our project pictures and see what else All Souls does to serve as Jesus taught us.

All Souls Blessing of the Animals

Responding to God, the Community, and the World

All Souls Episcopal Church in Mechanicsville VAAll Souls Episcopal Church believes in doing. Time is set aside to give of our talents and resources in meaningful and material, ways. All Souls parishioners provide and take sack lunches to the homeless, help to winterize homes, visit with convalescing patients, assist with Caritas and Peter Paul Development Center programs, and support Mechanicsville Churches Emergency Function (MCEF).  Our largest mission is the All Souls Community Garden. In the past four years we donated over seven thousand pounds of fresh produce to local food pantries.

Other projects include mentoring and teaching at a nearby elementary school, taking part in Habitat for Humanity build days, and assisting with monthly ARC-sponsored dances in the community. We have a  yearly Blessing of the Animals, and many of our members take part in CARITAS hosting. Members who are unable to participate in some of the more physical activities, still support the work of the parish by providing food and drink, and through enthusiastic encouragement.

At All Souls, we serve as Jesus taught us. Our membership is actively engaged in the community, and in carrying out the Christian mission of God's hands on earth. We are an Episcopal congregation, celebrating diversity, inclusiveness, and the fellowship of believers, motivating each other to acts of love and good works. We welcome you to our faith-based community.

Greetings, Members and Friends of All Souls: Join us for Worship and Eucharist at 9:15 am  Fellowship at 10:15 Children and Adult Formation at 10:45 am   April 24   9:15 Eucharist and Worship   * RIR Race will impact Sunday mornings commute.  Give yourself a few extra minutes to get to Church 4 pm   Youth Group Meeting This Sunday’s Adult Formation Topic “Love one another”  During Eastertide, our lectionary readings reflect the lives...
May 1    4 pm - Neighborhood Walk in Rutland.  Meet at the Clubhouse Parking lot for a casual walk in the neighborhood. Enjoy a Sunday afternoon walking with us, and please, bring a friend with you! National Day of Prayer Service, Historic Pole Green Church, Thursday, May 5, 5;30 p.m. ~ All Souls members are encouraged to attend this annual ecumenical event to be held in observance of the National Day of Prayer.  Led by our civic representatives and clergy from various...
What's in the garden now?  Cabbage, lettuce, radishes, onions, garlic, beets , turnips, peas and carrots.  Drop by if you want to see our tiny seedlings! We are in a Contest to win $5000!  But we won't win unless you vote everyday!!  You can vote on all your stuff: computers, ipads, phones!  You do not need to register to vote, just scroll down the Safer Brands page to find All Souls Community Garden and vote EVERY DAY!  https://saferbrand.pgtb.me/R51cl3...
The team that makes All Souls Episcopal Church work is a list of truly dedicated people.  Below is a list of team leaders but keep in mind there is always room for you on any one of these teams!  We invite each of our members to discern where you feel called to serve in any of All Souls’ ministries. Please contact Amelie or one of our vestry liaisons with ideas or interests. Vestry Liaisons: Bev Spaven (Senior Warden)       ...