Become A Member

Become a Member

You can join All Souls by
1) Baptism;
2) Transfer from another Episcopal Church; or
3) Declaration (if baptized with water in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit in another Christian denomination).

In addition to the above, it is required that you be a regular attender and a giver of record, and that you attend, or commit to attend, All Souls 101 (see below).

If you are interested in joining All Souls, email Fr. Matt at

All Souls 101

All Souls 101 is a four-week course that focuses on the fundamentals of the Faith delivered once for all to the saints as it has been passed down in the Anglican tradition; and the vision for All Souls as a steward of that Ancient Faith.

While the course is geared towards prospective members, all parishioners are encouraged to attend as this will be an opportunity to grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus through the study of the Ancient Faith.

Why have this course?

Because if you’re looking to join All Souls, or any group for that matter, you need to know what it is that you’re joining. You also need to know what is expected of you should you join. In other words, what it means to be a member of All Souls.

What material is covered?

Session 1: Holy Scripture and Holy Tradition

Session 2: Liturgy and the Beauty of Holiness

Session 3: Union with Christ and the Sacraments

Session 4: Ora et Labora in the Church and the World

Register Here

Register for All Souls 101 by clicking the button below.