Young Souls September Events!

Young Souls September 2019 Events

Keep track of all events on the Young Souls Google Calendar

If you’d like to organize a Young Souls event, send your idea to the Young Souls Board at

Friday September 6th 7:00pm – Young Souls Potluck

Join us for our monthly Young Souls potluck! Potlucks are held at a home of one of our members, and they are great events for newcomers. This month, the potluck is hosted by Annmarie Dinan Hansen. See listserv for the address. Please bring a dish or drink to share with everyone. RSVP on Facebook. Questions? Contact Matt at

Monday, September 16th 5:30-7:30 pm- Young Souls Happy Hour with Tony Coleman

Join us for our monthly happy hour! This month we’re hosting Tony Coleman, All Souls’ new Minister of Congregational Care and the new staff liaison to Young Souls. We’re really excited to have Tony, so be sure to come out and introduce yourself or say hello! This is also an excellent opportunity for newcomers to meet other young souls. We will be meeting at El Chucho, 3313 11th Street NW. RSVP on Facebook. Questions? Contact Matt at  

Saturday, September 14th Hike- 11:00am Metropolitan Branch Trail and Red Bear Brewing

Come join us on our September hike!  We will start at the Silver Spring metro station and walk to NoMA-Gallaudet station via the Metropolitan Branch Trail. We will then walk from NoMA to Red Bear Brewing. People are welcome to join one way or round trip back to Silver Spring. Trail info here and Brewery info here.   Questions? Contact Emily at

Sunday, September 15th 1:00pm – Young Souls Brunch

We will meet in Pierce Hall and walk to a nearby restaurant. Brunch is an excellent event to attend if you are new. RSVP on Facebook here. Questions? Contact Matt at  

Saturday, September 28th 10:00am – Young Souls Visit National Museum of African American History and Culture

The Young Souls board has reserved a block of 40 tickets to the NMAAHC for Saturday, September 28th at 10am. The NMAAHC is a phenomenal new museum that both zooms in on African American history and culture and explores how that history and culture has shaped, and continues to shape, the United States as a whole. Don’t miss this opportunity to go in community with other Young Souls, especially if you haven’t yet gotten a chance to go! Tickets are free, but since there are a limited number you must reserve your ticket(s) here. Questions? Contact Neil at

Invitation to join the Young Souls BIPOC Caucus

The YS BIPOC Caucus was founded early in 2018, in recognition of the need for a Young Soul BIPOC space. They are currently opening the group to new YS BIPOC members! The caucus is a chance for people of color in our community to gather for fun activities (dinner parties, game nights, book circles etc.) or more serious conversations (discussions on making All Souls an inclusive and affirming space etc.). If you are interested in joining, email Alice (, a founding member of the caucus and former YS Social Justice Chair, if you have any questions!

Seeking Ushers for Sunday services

Ushers welcome congregants and visitors, hand out the orders of service, and help everything run smoothly and safely. The commitment is only one service each month, so it’s a great way to get involved. Contact Mark Matthews at ( to learn more or sign up.

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