Foyer Dinner Groups

Foyer Dinners

All Souls is reviving a beloved tradition of small dinner groups called Foyer Dinners. For these dinners, six to eight parishioners, coordinated by a captain, take turns hosting one another over the course of a year, monthly or bimonthly, as individual schedules allow. If held in a home, the tradition is for the host to prepare the main dish and direct group members to bring the rest of the dinner.  These dinners are a particularly good way to get to know people you don’t already know well. And, building on the parish’s expressed desire to find new opportunities for spiritual growth and sharing, each dinner will include a brief reading related to spiritual community for the group to use a little of their time together to discuss. Contact: Sheila Arbury

Episcopal Men’s Fellowship (EMF)

EMF is a monthly gathering of the men of All Souls for food and fellowship. Contact: Ike Brannon

Upccoming Dinners:

  • January 29, Parish Hall, 6:30 p.m.

Women of All SoulsWomen Fellowship

The women of All Souls meet monthly for a brown-bag supper, meditation, and book discussions. Contact: Mother Elizabeth Orens

Upcoming Meetings:

  • September 10, Conference Room, 6:30 p.m.

The Wise & Mature Luncheon

Wise and Mature Dec 2017The Wise & Mature Luncheon is a monthly fellowship opportunity for seniors, following a Wednesday noon Mass, often paired with a service project or presentation. Contact: Mark Hoffman

Upcoming Luncheons:

  • September 25, Parish Hall, 12:45 p.m

The 20s & 30s GroupIMG_1268

The 20s & 30s Group gathers at least once a month for various fellowship, formation, and service activities. Contact: Wynsor Taylor

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Upcoming Events: will be announced soon!

Sunday Fellowship

Join us in the parish hall downstairs on Sundays for a time of fellowship!

9:15 a.m. Breakfast 

12:15 p.m. Coffee Hour 

Coffee Hour Sidebar

How to Host 

Sign up on the calendars in the parish hall.

Coffee hour hosts usually serve simple fare.

Plan for 70 or 80 people from September to June 50 or 60 in July and August.

Consider bringing some shelf-stable goodies that can be left unopened to stock the pantry for "Loaves and Fishes" Sundays.

Plastic cutlery, napkins, hot and cold cups, and plates are always available.

Our Sunday Sexton will make coffee, hot tea, and punch. 

Plan to arrive about 30 minutes before Mass begins.

Arrange your food on plates, bowls, or platters, ready to serve.

If you have frozen items that need to be heated or anything that should be served warm, please make arrangements with Moises.

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