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Young Souls March 2017 Events
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Friday, March 3rd, 7pm – Young Souls March Potluck
Join us for our monthly Young Souls potluck! Potlucks are held at a home of one of our members and is a great event for newcomers. Please bring a dish or drink to share with everyone. RSVP on Facebook here. Location: Pooja Jhunjhunwala’s house (811 Quintana Pl NW Washington DC 20011). Directions: If needed, plenty of street parking. The nearest metro is Takoma at a mile away, but the 70 and 79 will drop you off within a few blocks. Visit the Young Souls Blog to see photos of previous potlucks. Please contact Alice at with any questions!
Sunday, March 5th, 1pm – Young Souls Leadership Interest Meeting
Are you interested in serving on the Young Souls Board for the 2017-2018 year? Are you interested in learning more about the *new* leadership transition process and how the Young Souls Board functions? Come to the Young Souls Leadership Interest Meeting on Sunday, March 5th, after the second service. Location: All Souls, Dining Room. Note: Attendance at the meeting is NOT required to be eligible for a position on the board. Check out the position descriptions here. RSVP on Facebook here. For more information contact Ben Whelan-Morin at or Samantha Bertocchi.
Wednesday, March 8th, 5:30pm – Young Souls Happy Hour
Join us for our monthly happy hour! This is an excellent event for newcomers to attend and meet other Young Souls. Local 16 donates 10% of our checks back to All Souls. Location: Local 16 (1602 U St. NW). RSVP on Facebook here. For those interested, we’ll walk over to Vespers after the happy hour. Questions? Contact YS Social Chair Alice.
Saturday, March 11th, 9:00am – 1:00pm – Courage for Racial Justice Training at All Souls with Chris Crass, Anti-Racism Movement Builder
We will deepen our commitment to work for racial justice; reflect on our particular roles, responsibilities, and opportunities as white people; and find the emotional and spiritual resources to sustain our action. Event open to everyone. Location: All Souls Church. Register here.
Sunday, March 19th, 1pm – Young Souls March Brunch
Join us on Sunday March 19th at 1pm for our monthly Young Souls brunch! We’ll meet in Pierce Hall after the service and walk over as a group to brunch. Location: Acre 121 (1400 Irving St NW). RSVP on Facebook here. Questions? Contact the YS Social Chair, Alice Goldberg.
Wednesday, March 22nd, 6pm – Young Souls Social Justice Task Force Meeting
Come join for a discussion of upcoming events and plug the events that you are working on. We usually have somewhere between 4-10 people at each meeting, with a mix of both new Young Souls and longtime Young Souls members. Come educate us on what you are working on and where you could use the most help and let new people know how they can get involved. Location: All Souls. RSVP on Facebook here. Questions? Contact Annie.
Young Souls March Circle Suppers – Sign up!
Circle Suppers are back! This month we have 14 wonderful Young Souls opening up their homes or going to a restaurant for a Young Souls Circle Supper. These are great events for newcomers to meet other Young Souls in smaller settings. Sign up here to attend a Young Souls Circle Supper! Take a look at the photos on the Young Souls Blog and Facebook. Questions? Contact YS Communications Chair, Justine Rothbart.
Classic Movie Mondays
Watch a critically acclaimed film. Popcorn and a movie inspired cocktail will be served. Showtime is at 7:30pm. Co-hosted with Souls in the Center. Contact Reeve for more information. Want to learn more about Classic Movie Mondays? Check out this blog post!
Thursdays – Young Souls Book Club
In March the Young Souls Book Club will read Danny Lambert’s suggestion written by his own former teacher, The Priority List by David Menasche. In this poignant and inspiring memoir, a beloved high school English teacher with terminal brain cancer undertakes a cross-country journey to reunite with his former students in order to find out if he made a difference in their lives, discovering along the way what is truly important in life. Based on a beloved teacher’s most popular lesson, The Priority List is a bold, inspirational story of learning, love, and legacy that challenges us to ask: What truly matters in life? The YS book club meets every Thursday at 7:30pm. For more information, contact Reeve.