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Generosity of All Souls equals a strong community

In December of 2004, All Souls members voted to model generosity, abundance, and possibility by giving our entire Sunday collections to agencies or programs supporting work or issues important to our congregation. The work of our Generosity Committee encourages and guides intelligent giving to support positive change in the greater Tulsa community and our world. The vision of the committee is to change lives for the better through the generosity of the Church.

All Souls could not offer this generous without the support of our members and friends.

Here’s some messages of thanks from some of our recipients of our Sunday offerings over the last year. Thank you for all that you do.

Mental Health Association Oklahoma (MHAOK) 
We want to thank All Souls for the generous donation of the Sunday plate collection. The Mental Health Association of Oklahoma couldn’t continue its work to help individuals and families in need without the care and support of our community. Thank you from the board, staff, volunteers, and participants of MHAOK.

John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation
JHF Center would like to thank the All Souls Church family for your continued support. Your generous donations help to sustain the programs, work and mission of the JHF Center. As we continue to do the work of reconciliation, racial justice, and social harmony, we invite the All Souls Church community to join us in making Tulsa place where all of its citizens feel a sense of belonging; as we continue to education or community about its past and future.

Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, loving care is offered freely to people in need at Clarehouse. Thank you so much for your generous donation from your church’s offering in memory of Rev. John B. Wolf. The warm hands and caring hearts of Clarehouse will continue to offer comfort to the dying people in partnership with you.

Child Abuse Network (CAN)
On behalf of the children we serve, I would like to express my personal appreciation for your gift of $1,363.49 collected from your service to support the Child Abuse Network. Your congregation’s generosity makes it possible for these children to receive collaborative intervention services in a place that is child-friendly, child-focused, and filled with hope.

Department of Veteran Affairs
On behalf of the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center, our Homeless Program would like to thank you for your donation for Stand Down to Support our Veterans. Because of your generosity, we will be able to help many homeless Veterans in our 25-county service area. Your thoughtfulness and dedication to our country’s Veterans is commendable.

Emergency Infant Services
Thank you for your generous gift during your Christmas Eve offering. Your willingness to help children in our community whether the crises in their families lives makes all the difference for many children. It means the world to us.

Martha’s Heart Ministries, Inc. 
Your donation helped a young Green Country mother and her infant son with her first month’s rent. With the generous support of people like you, we will continue to help many women in our community not only meet essential daily needs, but to work toward a brighter future with job training, education, counseling, and housing.

To apply for the All Souls offering, visit

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Read more about All Souls Justice Team’s generosity outside of the US, from building schools in Guatemala to building green stoves and micro-lending in Nicaragua. 


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