All Souls has a long history and proud tradition of working for social justice and fighting against oppression of all kinds.
Our congregation has been working for more than a century to make our city a more just and compassionate community through direct public service. All Souls is also called to action on issues of national and international concern. All Souls’ tradition of public witness here in the nation’s capital dates back to standing against slavery, and continues to this day.
We welcome everyone to be a part of the social justice ministry of All Souls. This page provides more information on our activities and how to get involved.
Contact Rev. Susan Newman, Interim Associate Minister for Congregational Life and Social Justice (email@example.com; 202-332-5266 ext. 106) for more information.