To the All Souls Community:
In light of the continued concern surrounding the coronavirus, there will be no church-related meetings, events, or services of any kind at All Souls until further notice. Our remote programming offerings are detailed below. We hope you will join us.
We are all in this together. We extend to each of you our love and blessings for your greatest wellbeing.
In the spirit of All Souls,
Your ministers, staff and Board of Trustees
To reach the ministerial team urgently: CONTACT
For other matters: CONTACT
|Week of August 3-August 8|
10 am — Meditation & Discussion with Pamela
5 pm — Family Coffee Hour, hosted by Tracy
6:15 pm — Sangha with Pilar Jennings
10 am — Poetry Discussion with Galen
6:30 pm — Storytime for Wee Ones with Tracy
10 am — Reading and Reflection with Audette
6:45 pm — Stories with Soul Online Host: Susan Linden
10 am — The When Things Fall Apart Book Discussion with Pamela
4 pm — Knit and Crochet with Anne
11:15 am — Meditation, Music and Prayer with Pamela
Who we are
Welcome, one and all, to All Souls Unitarian Universalist religious community. We welcome you, whatever your tradition, gender, race, class, sexual orientation, or age. In the experience of worship, we gather to contemplate the mystery of God, interpret the wisdom of religion, and explore the insights of science. Our purpose is to awaken our sense of the sacred and renew our resolve to transform ourselves and our world.
What we do
All Souls is a justice-seeking congregation whose members and friends embody the Unitarian Universalist imperative to confront systems of oppression, protect human rights and heal the brokenness in our world. We practice a discipline of gratitude, by which we acknowledge our utter interdependence with the people and world around us.
Why we do it
As human beings, we all emerge from the same Source and share the same Destiny. As a community of faith, we make shared commitments and offer mutual support. As individuals, we each bear responsibility for our own beliefs and actions. We practice an ethic of gratitude, by which we accept our obligation to nurture others and the world in return.