June Events

Wednesday, June 3, 7:00pm – Anti-Racism Workshop

Washington Peace Center has a training/skillshare on How to Talk About Anti-Black Racism. It’s at their office in St. Stephen’s church, 1525 Newton St. NW.  More info/description at that link to the facebook page. (Young Souls Social Justice Chair Sarah Burgess cannot make it but encourages you to go!)


Friday, June 5, 7:00pm – Afro Blue Concert (@ All Souls)

Howard University’s premiere vocal jazz ensemble kicks off a series of five musical events this year at All Souls. Tickets available here. $20/adult, $10/children and youth.


Saturday, June 6, 7:00pm – First *Saturday* Potluck

June is a busy month, so we are switching things up a bit! Join us for a wonderful meal with a spiritual component. Thanks to Annie Weinberg for hosting the potluck this month. Please bring a dish or beverage to share, and label contributions for meat, dairy, gluten, and common allergens. RSVP on Facebook and contact Bridget O’Brien or Jen Du Mond with any questions.


Sunday, June 7, after service (~11:45am) – About All Souls

Learn and ask questions about Unitarian Universalism and All Souls Church. This informal session lasts about an hour, and meets in the Longfellow Room. No registration needed. Contact Danielle for more information.


Wednesday, June 10, 7:30pm – Vespers

Come join other members of the All Souls community for a contemplative service with singing and silent meditation. Contact Cledwyn with any questions.


Thursday, June 11, 7:00pm – Joining All Souls

Are you ready to sign the membership book? Join other congregants interested in becoming members for a session that will answer any remaining questions you might have. You will have the opportunity to sign the membership book at the end and make a financial pledge, but you are not required to do either. We’ll enjoy a celebratory membership happy hour afterwards, so contact Danielle if you plan to sign, and with any questions about membership.


Tuesday, June 16, 7:00pm – DCFerguson Movement protest

This event is against racist policing in D.C. and across the country.  It’s at Mt. Vernon square.  (DC Peace Center says: “The date commemorates a massive protest in Soweto, South Africa, on June 16, 1976. More info here.”)


Wednesday, June 17, 6:30pm – Leadership Social (@ All Souls)

Are you interested in leadership at All Souls? Join other current, former, and potential leaders at All Souls at this informative and social session to learn about leadership and training opportunities. Contact Jen Du Mond for additional information, and RSVP on the Evite.


Sunday, June 21 – Church Picnic

In lieu of this month’s brunch, join other members and congregants of All Souls for an intergenerational picnic! Stay tuned for additional information.