The Cathedral of All Souls

The Cathedral of All Souls

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So greatful for this woman and her love for the All Souls children. We’re so lucky to know her and we find comfort in her during these unfamiliar times. Our family thanks you Milly!
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Happy Thanksgiving from the singers and Board of Directors of the Asheville Gay Men’s Chorus. We are grateful for your support in our united efforts to entertain, advocate and connect community through choral excellence.
From yesterday, worth a listen!
My parents, niece and I came to the wonderful service and stayed for the picnic. This is my first time here. She insisted on bringing oranges, peeling them and passing them out to everyone! She was so happy to share! 😌
I am so thankful to The Cathedral of All Souls for the Holy Week services.Every service felt so personal, was so beautiful and so full of meaning. At times I felt speechless. At times I felt breathless. At all times I felt overwhelmed by the Love and Sacrifice of our Lord. I am thankful.
Three years ago today I walked into this church and it has been my home ever since. To everyone at All Souls you have no idea how much it means to me to be part of your family in God's house. Todd, Milly, Glenda and Thomas thank you for giving me God's message and love when I don't feel it.
On behalf of the Board of Directors and the chorus membership Thank you for your support of Cantaria-The Gay Men's Chorus of Asheville in 2017 and best wishes for 2018.

A collection of spiritual pilgrims who find their lives pushed by ancient & present worship, by arts & creativity, and by being present in the world.

On November 8, 1896, All Souls Episcopal Church was consecrated. Its name and geography have formed and shaped its life for over 100 years. The church is situated in the hub of a fan shaped group of streets that is Biltmore Village. Built by George Vanderbilt as the parish church for the village adjacent to the Biltmore House, it was seen by Vanderbilt as the connecting piece for the daily life of all persons, all souls, in the region. This mission, connecting faith and life in the region, is seen throughout the life of All Souls. In its early days it sponsored a school for mountain children and in later decades was the home for Asheville’s first school designed for children with special needs. In its early days it supported the establishment of a nearby hospital, and in recent years has established a therapeutic counseling center for non-insured and under-insured persons. Education, hunger, literacy, housing, health care, economic opportunity are among the issues that have been and are engaged by the people of All Souls to address the well being of all persons in Western North Carolina and beyond. This work has been immersed in a deeply rich tradition of worship and the sacred. Attention to music, artistic expression of many types, preaching and a profound appreciation of mystery has shaped our worship life for generations. Evensongs, patronal day requiems, contemplative prayer groups, spiritual retreats, artistic festivals and performances complement the weekly Eucharistic offerings of All Souls and are a source for our connection to God, each other, ourselves and the world about us. On January 1, 1995, All Souls became the first Cathedral for The Diocese of Western North Carolina. A Cathedral is a parish in which the Bishop, the chief pastor and leader of a diocese, has their seat, ‘cathedra’ in Latin. As a Cathedral, All Souls serves as a gathering place for the diocese, a house of prayer for all persons and a symbol for God’s desire to gather all persons around one table. The interplay of our engagement with the world about us and gathering for worship has deepened the experience of both for the generations of people connected to All Souls. Our future will be a continuation of our past: being a place for spiritual searching and gathering, a place for refuge and inspiration, a place of imagination and proclamation, a place for all souls.

Operating as usual

05/28/2021

A request from our friends at Homeward Bound.

AHOPE Day Center is in urgent need of soap, shampoo, conditioner, and other personal hygiene supplies! Please take all donations to the Welcome Home Donation Center in Woodfin. As always, thank you for your support!

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All Souls Cathedral Weekly Epistle for May 27, 2021 05/27/2021

All Souls Cathedral Weekly Epistle for May 27, 2021

All Souls Cathedral Weekly Epistle for May 27, 2021

All Souls Cathedral Weekly Epistle for May 27, 2021 May 27, 2021 Click here to view this week's Epistle in its entirety. Upcoming Services and Events May 30, 2021 - The First Sunday after Pentecost | Trinity Sunday Registration is required for in-perso


05/23/2021

May 23, 2021 - The Day of Pentecost


05/16/2021

May 16, 2021 - The Seventh Sunday of Easter

All Souls Covid guidelines update 05/16/2021

All Souls Covid guidelines update

All Souls Covid guidelines update

All Souls Covid guidelines update Sunday, May 16, 2021 Dear Friend of the Cathedral of All Souls, Thursday’s announcement by the CDC that -- with a few exceptions such as health care settings and travelling on public transportation -


05/09/2021

May 9, 2021 - The Sixth Sunday of Easter

[05/03/21]   All Souls parishioners: be aware of a scam or hack of emails going on again. Rest assured no one from the Cathedral staff would ask you to buy gift cards. Delete, and ignore, please.


05/02/2021

May 2, 2021 - The Fifth Sunday of Easter

Today: We regather for in-person worship; 11:15 service will be live-streamed, 10:30 a.m. Zoom Coffee Hour, and more... 05/02/2021

Today: We regather for in-person worship; 11:15 service will be live-streamed, 10:30 a.m. Zoom Coffee Hour, and more...

Today: We regather for in-person worship; 11:15 service will be live-streamed, 10:30 a.m....

Today: We regather for in-person worship; 11:15 service will be live-streamed, 10:30 a.m. Zoom Coffee Hour, and more... May 2, 2021 The Fifth Sunday of Easter What to Expect Regathering for Worship - a video overview After a year and two months of refraining from gathering for in-person worship, today we begin the proc

All Souls Pet Parade 04/25/2021

All Souls Pet Parade

We are celebrating wide participation in the Congregation Assessment Tool (CAT). Thanks, All Souls, for showing your CAT-itude. Let's celebrate with Pet Parade! https://youtu.be/WK3NBxO74ek

All Souls Pet Parade Cathedral of All Souls - Thank you for your CAT-itude! 311 CAT surveys completed. To celebrate, let's have an All Souls Pet Parade! Thank you to the All Soul...

In-person Worship Resumes May 2 04/21/2021

In-person Worship Resumes May 2

In-person Worship Resumes May 2

In-person Worship Resumes May 2 Join us as we regather for in-person worship. After over a year of virtual-only worship, regathering planning groups have been hard at work preparing for a return to in-person worship. We will regathe


04/18/2021

April 18, 2021 - The Third Sunday of Easter

Today: A Baptism at the 9:30 live-streamed service, Adult Christians Formation, and more... 04/18/2021

Today: A Baptism at the 9:30 live-streamed service, Adult Christians Formation, and more...

Today: A Baptism at the 9:30 live-streamed service, Adult Christians Formation, and more...

Today: A Baptism at the 9:30 live-streamed service, Adult Christians Formation, and more... April 18, 2021 The Third Sunday of Easter Sunday morning virtual worship at 9:30 a.m. Join us this morning for a service of Holy Eucharist live-streamed from the Cathedral. Join via the Virtual Worshi

In case you missed it... 04/12/2021

In case you missed it...

In case you missed it...The Second Sunday of Easter - virtual worship + Christian formation hour

In case you missed it... The Second Sunday of Easter In case you missed... The Second Sunday of Easter April 11, 2021 Follow along with the service leaflet. A sermon by The Rev. Perrin Radley for The Second Sunday of Easter.


04/11/2021

April 11, 2021 - The Second Sunday of Easter

Today: Live-streamed worship, Learn about regathering plans at Adult Formation Hour, and more... 04/11/2021

Today: Live-streamed worship, Learn about regathering plans at Adult Formation Hour, and more...

Today: Live-streamed worship at, Learn about regathering plans at Adult Formation Hour, and more on this Second Sunday of Easter

Today: Live-streamed worship, Learn about regathering plans at Adult Formation Hour, and more... April 11, 2021 The Second Sunday of Easter Sunday morning virtual worship at 9:30 a.m. Join us this morning for a service of Holy Eucharist live-streamed from the Cathedral. Join via the Virtual Worsh

04/03/2021

Day 40 of Lenten Micropractices
Lent is a 40 day season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus where we intentionally make room for the Holy in our hearts and lives. We mark this time as different through our actions, traditionally praying, fasting, and alms giving, which come to us from Matthew 6:1-18. The practices we will post rotate through these themes, along with additional practices that don’t fit neatly in one of those categories (“more”).
Engage with the practices when and how you can. There is no right or wrong way to do them. You are no more or less holy by doing them all or only a few. Feel free to adjust the practice of the day to better fit yourself or the members of your household.
Bonus Tips:
† Read the daily practice in the morning so you have a chance to engage with it during the day.
† Set an alarm on your phone as a reminder.
† Review the day’s practice at dinner.
† Mark your favorite practices to make a regular
part of your faith life.
Thank you, #vibrantchurch, for this amazing resource!

Day 40 of Lenten Micropractices
Lent is a 40 day season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus where we intentionally make room for the Holy in our hearts and lives. We mark this time as different through our actions, traditionally praying, fasting, and alms giving, which come to us from Matthew 6:1-18. The practices we will post rotate through these themes, along with additional practices that don’t fit neatly in one of those categories (“more”).
Engage with the practices when and how you can. There is no right or wrong way to do them. You are no more or less holy by doing them all or only a few. Feel free to adjust the practice of the day to better fit yourself or the members of your household.
Bonus Tips:
† Read the daily practice in the morning so you have a chance to engage with it during the day.
† Set an alarm on your phone as a reminder.
† Review the day’s practice at dinner.
† Mark your favorite practices to make a regular
part of your faith life.
Thank you, #vibrantchurch, for this amazing resource!


04/02/2021

April 2 - Good Friday

04/02/2021

Good Friday: Day 39 of Lenten Micropractices
Lent is a 40 day season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus where we intentionally make room for the Holy in our hearts and lives. We mark this time as different through our actions, traditionally praying, fasting, and alms giving, which come to us from Matthew 6:1-18. The practices we will post rotate through these themes, along with additional practices that don’t fit neatly in one of those categories (“more”).
Engage with the practices when and how you can. There is no right or wrong way to do them. You are no more or less holy by doing them all or only a few. Feel free to adjust the practice of the day to better fit yourself or the members of your household.
Bonus Tips:
† Read the daily practice in the morning so you have a chance to engage with it during the day.
† Set an alarm on your phone as a reminder.
† Review the day’s practice at dinner.
† Mark your favorite practices to make a regular
part of your faith life.
Thank you, #vibrantchurch, for this amazing resource!

Good Friday: Day 39 of Lenten Micropractices
Lent is a 40 day season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus where we intentionally make room for the Holy in our hearts and lives. We mark this time as different through our actions, traditionally praying, fasting, and alms giving, which come to us from Matthew 6:1-18. The practices we will post rotate through these themes, along with additional practices that don’t fit neatly in one of those categories (“more”).
Engage with the practices when and how you can. There is no right or wrong way to do them. You are no more or less holy by doing them all or only a few. Feel free to adjust the practice of the day to better fit yourself or the members of your household.
Bonus Tips:
† Read the daily practice in the morning so you have a chance to engage with it during the day.
† Set an alarm on your phone as a reminder.
† Review the day’s practice at dinner.
† Mark your favorite practices to make a regular
part of your faith life.
Thank you, #vibrantchurch, for this amazing resource!


04/01/2021

April 1 - Maundy Thursday

Weekly Epistle - April 1, 2021 04/01/2021

Weekly Epistle - April 1, 2021

Weekly Epistle - April 1, 2021 - Holy Week and other updates

Weekly Epistle - April 1, 2021 Holy Week and other updates April 1, 2021 Click here to view this week's Epistle in its entirety. In case you missed it: a letter was mailed (USPS) to the congregation this week -- you can click here

04/01/2021

Maundy Thursday: Day 38 of Lenten Micropractices
Lent is a 40 day season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus where we intentionally make room for the Holy in our hearts and lives. We mark this time as different through our actions, traditionally praying, fasting, and alms giving, which come to us from Matthew 6:1-18. The practices we will post rotate through these themes, along with additional practices that don’t fit neatly in one of those categories (“more”).
Engage with the practices when and how you can. There is no right or wrong way to do them. You are no more or less holy by doing them all or only a few. Feel free to adjust the practice of the day to better fit yourself or the members of your household.
Bonus Tips:
† Read the daily practice in the morning so you have a chance to engage with it during the day.
† Set an alarm on your phone as a reminder.
† Review the day’s practice at dinner.
† Mark your favorite practices to make a regular
part of your faith life.
Thank you, #vibrantchurch, for this amazing resource!

Maundy Thursday: Day 38 of Lenten Micropractices
Lent is a 40 day season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus where we intentionally make room for the Holy in our hearts and lives. We mark this time as different through our actions, traditionally praying, fasting, and alms giving, which come to us from Matthew 6:1-18. The practices we will post rotate through these themes, along with additional practices that don’t fit neatly in one of those categories (“more”).
Engage with the practices when and how you can. There is no right or wrong way to do them. You are no more or less holy by doing them all or only a few. Feel free to adjust the practice of the day to better fit yourself or the members of your household.
Bonus Tips:
† Read the daily practice in the morning so you have a chance to engage with it during the day.
† Set an alarm on your phone as a reminder.
† Review the day’s practice at dinner.
† Mark your favorite practices to make a regular
part of your faith life.
Thank you, #vibrantchurch, for this amazing resource!

03/31/2021

Day 37 of Lenten Micropractices
Lent is a 40 day season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus where we intentionally make room for the Holy in our hearts and lives. We mark this time as different through our actions, traditionally praying, fasting, and alms giving, which come to us from Matthew 6:1-18. The practices we will post rotate through these themes, along with additional practices that don’t fit neatly in one of those categories (“more”).
Engage with the practices when and how you can. There is no right or wrong way to do them. You are no more or less holy by doing them all or only a few. Feel free to adjust the practice of the day to better fit yourself or the members of your household.
Bonus Tips:
† Read the daily practice in the morning so you have a chance to engage with it during the day.
† Set an alarm on your phone as a reminder.
† Review the day’s practice at dinner.
† Mark your favorite practices to make a regular
part of your faith life.
Thank you, #vibrantchurch, for this amazing resource!

Day 37 of Lenten Micropractices
Lent is a 40 day season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus where we intentionally make room for the Holy in our hearts and lives. We mark this time as different through our actions, traditionally praying, fasting, and alms giving, which come to us from Matthew 6:1-18. The practices we will post rotate through these themes, along with additional practices that don’t fit neatly in one of those categories (“more”).
Engage with the practices when and how you can. There is no right or wrong way to do them. You are no more or less holy by doing them all or only a few. Feel free to adjust the practice of the day to better fit yourself or the members of your household.
Bonus Tips:
† Read the daily practice in the morning so you have a chance to engage with it during the day.
† Set an alarm on your phone as a reminder.
† Review the day’s practice at dinner.
† Mark your favorite practices to make a regular
part of your faith life.
Thank you, #vibrantchurch, for this amazing resource!

03/30/2021

Day 36 of Lenten Micropractices
Lent is a 40 day season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus where we intentionally make room for the Holy in our hearts and lives. We mark this time as different through our actions, traditionally praying, fasting, and alms giving, which come to us from Matthew 6:1-18. The practices we will post rotate through these themes, along with additional practices that don’t fit neatly in one of those categories (“more”).
Engage with the practices when and how you can. There is no right or wrong way to do them. You are no more or less holy by doing them all or only a few. Feel free to adjust the practice of the day to better fit yourself or the members of your household.
Bonus Tips:
† Read the daily practice in the morning so you have a chance to engage with it during the day.
† Set an alarm on your phone as a reminder.
† Review the day’s practice at dinner.
† Mark your favorite practices to make a regular
part of your faith life.
Thank you, #vibrantchurch, for this amazing resource!

Day 36 of Lenten Micropractices
Lent is a 40 day season of preparation for the resurrection of Jesus where we intentionally make room for the Holy in our hearts and lives. We mark this time as different through our actions, traditionally praying, fasting, and alms giving, which come to us from Matthew 6:1-18. The practices we will post rotate through these themes, along with additional practices that don’t fit neatly in one of those categories (“more”).
Engage with the practices when and how you can. There is no right or wrong way to do them. You are no more or less holy by doing them all or only a few. Feel free to adjust the practice of the day to better fit yourself or the members of your household.
Bonus Tips:
† Read the daily practice in the morning so you have a chance to engage with it during the day.
† Set an alarm on your phone as a reminder.
† Review the day’s practice at dinner.
† Mark your favorite practices to make a regular
part of your faith life.
Thank you, #vibrantchurch, for this amazing resource!

Videos (show all)

April 11, 2021 - The Second Sunday of Easter
April 2 - Good Friday
April 1 - Maundy Thursday
March 14, 2021 - The Fourth Sunday in Lent
March 7, 2021 - The Third Sunday in Lent
February 28, 2021 - The Second Sunday in Lent
February 21 - The First Sunday in Lent
February 14, 2021 - The Last Sunday after the Epiphany
February 7, 2021 - The Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany
January 31, 2021 - The Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany
January 17, 2021 - The Second Sunday after the Epiphany

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