All Souls Congregational Church

All Souls Congregational Church
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10 Broadway
Bangor, ME 04401
(207) 942-7354

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Next Sunday, August 20th, is Street Pastors Sunday! Come to All Souls' Worship Service at 9:00am in Bangor to find out more about them.
The end of August marks 3 full years of Street Pastors in Bangor, Maine. Every Friday night in rain, snow, wind, warm or freezing temperatures, a Street Pastor ...

All Souls Congregational Church added 6 new photos.
A final update from the Honduras Team. Team members are now recovering from their adventures at home. It has bee wonderful to see and read about their work. Hola, On Friday, two trucks and a motorcycle headed to schools we previously couldn’t reach while a lab team of 4 remained in Trojes to process samples, crunch numbers, and pack. We were successful in sampling 47 schools last week where Pure Water is piloting biosand filters. We were happy to report the filters are doing their job and delivering clean drinking water to over 1200 students. Barbara and Nick finally connected with a family we visited last year who has a disabled child. Eva (Pure Water volunteer and interpreter) and Barb spoke with the mom about the little girl’s medical needs and services in Honduras. We continue to feel a ‘nudge’ to help the family. Patrick-the-Kid-Magnet spent lab time playing to his strength... by not being in the lab (his words, not ours). He spent time teaching Uno to dozens of kids in Trojes. Pure Water arranged for Barbara to speak at a teacher workshop about another issue to tackle, post-contamination in the storage buckets for filtered water. Teachers shared stories about how and why this happens- such as after recess, the kids are thirsty and don’t want to wait as the water slowly comes out of the spigot so they lift the lid and dip a cup into the storage bucket. Bangor and UMaine students have been testing a solution with MadiDrops and in February, Pure Water will start piloting them in 24 schools. We will return next July to survey how they are performing. Travel schedules and incubation time for bacteria are always a challenge on our final day. This time, Barb used her backpack and hot water bottles to keep samples heated. Once the 18 hour incubation time arrived, Cathy and Ellen created a make-shit dark room on the drive to Teguc to count E. coli with a UV flashlight. We are safely home now. Our team members peeled off to Tufts (Nick and Julia), Bowdoin and Colby basketball camps (Cordelia and Patrick) and finally Bangor. We are grateful for your prayers and support especially for our travels. Paz, Amor, y Bendiciones, Barbara, Cathy, Cordelia, Ellen, Julia, Jon and Nick ps- We almost forgot Cathy, but she managed to escape the lab just in time to return to Ed, Chris and their cat.

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Another installment from our friends down in Honduras. Saludos de Honduras, We miss you all and hope that all is well back home! We are having a wonderful time and a productive week! Here are some highlights from the last couple of days. Tuesday: The day culminated with a game of futbol with the Water for ME team, Agua Pura, and some of the staff from our hotel. Despite the varying levels of futbol ability, goals were scored and laughs were had. Wednesday: Cathy and Jon had fun processing samples at the Pure Water Office. Jon enjoyed the comfort of the hammock where many samples were counted. Barbara and Cordelia had a day full of ups and downs including highs of meeting lots of joyful Hondurans as they shared many rides in the back of Ronny’s truck. Lows included arriving at a family’s home that they had made a strong connection with in the past, but finding that no one from the family of 14 was home. They hope to return Friday to connect. Julia and Pat spent a long day in the field but successfully obtained samples from all five schools. They enjoyed making silly faces with the children at the schools, and the spectacular views from their 6 hours spent in the back of the truck. After questionable status entering the day, Nick is now a strong believer in the American Pharmaceutical system. Ellen and Nick experienced a productive day in the field highlighted by a display of Herculean strength by pushing Ronny and their truck up the mountain. Additionally, Nick particularly enjoyed crossing many rivers and dodging rogue cows. Thursday: Barbara led a fantastic water workshop with the Pure Water team for 60 local teachers. Among the many samples efficiently counted, Nick also successfully removed a wasp nest from the lab area. Most importantly, early results from the week show that the filters are working! Cathy and Cordelia were able to reach three schools to collect samples but were unable to reach the fourth due to a locked gate and poor road conditions. Both Cathy and Cordelia were happy with the samples collected, but also a bit sad as one of the sites didn’t have any working water access. Upon entering the cab of the truck, Pat and Ronny made a pact that Pat would only speak in Spanish during the day and Ronny would only speak in English. This led to many entertaining Spanglish conversations both in the truck and at the schools. Jon and Pat obtained samples from all four schools. The most adventurous sample came at the first school where Jon and Pat followed a student up a precarious mountain path in a Yucca plantation to take source water samples and obtain water to put into the filter. Ellen and Julia were the last ones back to the Pure Water headquarters after an epic one hour cattle and truck traffic jam. Other than that, Julia and Ellen had a wonderful day collecting samples from all sites and spending time with Luis. Kids loved playing head shoulders knees and toes, then Ellen decided to go out on a limb with little bunny foo foo. The punch line, ‘hare today, goon tomorrow’ did not translate to be as funny in Spanish. Paz, Amor, y Bendiciones, Barbara, Cathy, Cordelia, Ellen, Jon, Julia, Nick, and Pat

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I am sharing the following email and pictures from a group down in Honduras helping to provide access to clean water, including some of our All Souls friends. Be safe and keep up the good work. You are in our prayers. -Pastor Chad "Saludos de Honduras! We hope that all is well back in the United States! We are sending our love, thoughts and prayers your way. The team arrived safely in Tegucigalpa at noon on Saturday. Upon meeting up with our friends from Pure Water, we jumped into two pickup trucks and made the four hour drive to Trojes, stopping once in Danli for groceries. We arrived inTrojes around 6 PM Saturday. Tired from our day of travel, we ate dinner at the hotel, debriefed our day of travel, and gladly settled into our beds for a long night of rest. Sunday was a glorious day starting with fresh fruit for breakfast followed by a local church service. Despite being three times as long as our typical one hour service, and our knowledge of bible trivia being suspiciously nonexistent, we thoroughly enjoyed the experience and were touched by the enthusiasm and hospitality of our gracious hosts from Pure Water and the church. After church, we visited with their pastor and enjoyed hearing about the enthusiasm and youth surrounding the church. After church we ate lunch at our favorite restaurant, Las Marias. Updated menus with pictures made for an interesting meal decision as our group became a bit more adventurous with our ordering. Following lunch we returned to the hotel to prepare for the coming days of field study. Finally, we culminated the afternoon with a game of sunset football (soccer) verses our Pure Water companions. Despite taking a decisive loss, our team had fun and enjoyed the friendly competition. Monday July 24th was our first day in the field. We divided our group into three teams to visit three schools each. Highlights for each team are as follows: Barbara, Nick, and Pat: Barbara was a superstar in the field, efficiently and gracefully navigating the schools and taking water samples. At the first school Pat left a note in Spanish for the students summarizing the trip. The teacher said that it was a great opportunity for the students to correct the evident grammar mistakes. Nick’s highlight of the day was his first experience riding in the bed of the pickup truck surrounded by the consistently spectacular mountain views. Ellen, Julia, and Jon: Julia and Jon sang and played guitar with the children at one of the schools. They were able to get to two of their three schools as a previous mudslide was blocking the road to a third school. Cathy and Cordelia: Cathy and Cordelia were appreciative of their driver Samuel who built a bridge with wood so that the team could cross and get to the school. Cordelia was happy to be able to successfully translate and communicate with all people that she interacted with in the schools and communities. This was highlighted by sharing the classic Dr. Seuss tale “Juevos verdes, con Jamon” (Green eggs and ham). Paz, Amor, y Bendiciones, Barbara, Cathy, Cordelia, Ellen, Jon, Julia, Nick, Pat, and Ellen Hall"

All Souls Congregational Church added an event.
Please come to the twelfth annual Summer Evening Musicale, which will feature chamber music played by young artists from Kneisel Hall in Blue Hill. The concert will be held on Monday, July 24, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at All Souls Church, 10 Broadway, Bangor. The event is being sponsored by the Arlan A. Baillie Steinway Performance Series at All Souls, Congregation Beth Israel, and the Bangor Symphony orchestra. The event is free; a reception will follow the program.
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