Congregational Care

Let’s be there for each other.

Congregational Care is at the center of All Souls community life. If you want to celebrate a joy, mourn a loss, or ask for accompaniment for yourself or others, please be in touch.

All staff help support the ways we connect across programs and gatherings. Let them know of any question or concern you have in Congregational Care.

There is an advisory group of lay leaders who think about how we manage congregational care across the many systems of All Souls. For more information, contact Rev. Louise Green, who is the half-time Minister of Congregational Care. The address for general issues is

Rev. Louise is also the point person for pastoral care appointments, memorials, and the weekly Sunday list for Congregational Care in services. To be in touch on these areas:

As All Souls continues to evolve as a Beloved Community that welcomes all souls, we proclaim that caring for each other is core to the work. Thank you for your presence, and your participation in supporting one another.

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Joys and Concerns

Congregational Care – Week of 5/6/2022

Sending healing thoughts to:
We are sending support to Malikkah Rollins, whose father Bryant was diagnosed recently with cancer of the esophagus.

We remember all those currently struggling with the impact of COVID, in active cases, or the lingering effects of long COVID. Healing prayers to Chuck Wooldridge and Rebecca Martin.

Our condolences to Leo and Jonah Watson, and parents Kim Vitelli and Micah Watson, on the death of their good friend Joshua. He was a fellow Boy Scout, a ninth grader who died in an accident last week.

Send your Joys and Concerns to 

Congregational Care – Week of 4/29/2022

Sending healing thoughts to:
Carol Falk recovering from knee replacement surgery.
LaVert Seabron doing well after minor surgery over the Easter weekend.
Gordon Kent who remains in burn treatment at Washington Hospital Center.

Cards requested, to be read aloud by nurses and visitors:
Gordon Kent, Patient
Wash Hospital Center, 3E, Room 8
110 Irving St. WDC 20010

Send your Joys and Concerns to 

Celebration of Life: Bob Murray

We gather to celebrate the life of Robert (Bob) Murray.

In the All Souls Church Sanctuary and on Zoom. All in-person attendees are asked to be masked.

Saturday, May 14, 2022 | 11:00am | Hybrid Service. Join us on Zoom.