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All Souls’ Episcopal Church


Church Review
Theology: 2/5
Mission: 2/5
Community: 3/5
Worship: 2/5

Summary: All Souls’ Episcopal Church has a progressive interpretation of scripture. Their interpretations of issues (abortion, homosexuality, etc.) are not rooted in the Bible but have changed because the culture has changed. The gospel message has become a social gospel that leads them to do many good things, but they do not teach that Jesus Christ is the only way to heaven. The result is Christianity becomes more of a philosophy rather than a belief that God is not silent and has, by inspiration of the Holy Spirit, communicated to us through the Bible.

A church not rooted in orthodoxy. We do not recommend people attend this church.

4 Responses to “All Souls’ Episcopal Church”

  1. James Hansen Says:

    Clap trap review. When the reviewer is finished burning priests at the stakes then maybe we can talk. No talk of the liturgy which unites the populace with God, with Jesus.

  2. Karen Says:

    I am thankful there are Episcopal churches today that let me know there are still churches out there that follow Christ’s teachings of no war, love thy neighbor and aren’t neocon fascists like the evangelical (taliban) churches we find growing like weeds in a nation of ignorant people! What’s happened to religion in our country today? We’re preached to by crooked evangelicals who have their hand on the Bible, yet speak with forked tongue. War mongers, hate-filled, hypocritical and self-righteous thugs.

  3. John Carter Says:

    My, my, how angry we are! Fascists, taliban, weeds, ignorant, crooked, forked tongue, warmongers, hate-filled, hypocritical, self-righteous, thugs.

    Is this the fruit of tolerance, diversity, relativism? Or another victim of the same? Does this reviewer call for the expulsion (much less burning at stake) of this parish or its priest? No. Examine the behavior of this priest at All Souls Parish and his bishop towards others with whom they disagree and you will see a burning fervor to purify their sect. Rather than hastening towards stonings, let us emulate the repentant St. Paul rather than the angry Saul: “Love is patient, love is kind.”


  4. Sister Gloriamarie Amalfitano Says:

    One has to wonder if this reviewer has actually ever been to All Souls. Our Sunday sermons are available on our website, for all the world to hear. We have nothing to hide and nothing but orthodoxy preached in the sermons we are privileged to receive every Sunday. Of course, this orthodoxy also challenges us put our deeds where are our mouths are, to borrow a phrase. we work all year to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, care for the sick, provide for those who are unable to provide for themselves while preaching the Good News. And we do it with joy in our hearts. Read our website. All out there in high, wide and wonderful plain view.

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