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Join us as we ex;pore what the Church can learn from twelve step recovery.
Since the 1930s, people have been recovering from addictions by working through and living the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Many others have also benefitted from what might be termed "Twelve Step Spirituality." Join us as we explore the history of Twelve Step recovery and ways it interacts with faith and religious practice. Read More
Located in Woodley Park just off Connecticut Avenue, we strive to live out our name, that we might truly be a community for All Souls.

It doesn’t matter to us whether you’ve never been to church before, have been away for a while or might be a longtime Episcopalian. It doesn’t matter to us that you might be from another Christian tradition, from another faith altogether, or might simply be seeking a place of peace. All souls are welcome

Join us for Worship
The Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost
September 14, 2014

Low Mass 8:30 a.m.
Worship using traditional language* that includes scriptures, prayers, a sermon, and celebration of the Holy Eucharist, usually lasting under one hour.  Normally, there is no music at this early service.

Breakfast in the undercroft follows the 8:30 a.m. Mass.

High Mass 11 a.m.
Worship using traditional language* that includes hymns, music by the choir, scriptures, prayers, a sermon, and celebration of the Holy Eucharist.  The service usually lasts an hour and fifteen minutes.

Sundays, Childcare is provided in the nursery from 8:15 a.m. until 1 p.m. every Sunday.

"Odd Mass" 5 p.m. (Beginning September 21, 2014)
The 5 p.m. Mass (held on the odd Sundays, First and Third of the month) uses contemporary language** and includes music, scripture, and the Holy Eucharist.  In place of the sermon, a reflection is offered on some basic point of Christian faith and practice. 

Tuesday through Friday
Matins (Morning Prayer) 7:15 a.m.

Low Mass & Healing Rite 12 p.m.

Low Mass 7:30 a.m.

* For "traditional language," we use Rite I from the Book of Common Prayer (1979).

** For "contemporary language" in worship, we are using The Church of England's Common Worship (2000-2008).




September 20 through October 5,
everyone in the parish
is encourged to take a 45-minute
Spiritual Life Survey.
Goodhue detail 2

Beginning September 20,
the link to the survey will be

All Souls Sings!

A recording of  "The Earth Adorned" by Gustaf Waldemar Åhlén (1894–1982). Performed by the All Souls Choir on June 15, 2014.  


Farmer's Market Relocated 
While our parking lot is closed for construction, the farmer’s market run by Twin Springs Fruit Farm will be temporarily relocated to the Maret School, 3000 Cathedral Ave. NW. It will be held on Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. from May 3 through Christmas.  Contact Twin Springs for more information.


All Souls Parking Lot Closed

On February 6, we learned that because of our construction project, the inspector from the District Department of the Environment has closed our parking lot as of February 10, 2014 for sediment control.  This means the parking lot will not be available until sometime in the Fall of 2014.  For a list of options regarding parking and transportation, click here.

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