This Sunday, December 15...

Services at 10:00 and 11:15 a.m. in Reidy Friendship Hall

Sermon by Audette Fulbright

 

All Souls Holiday Pageant Sunday, December 15, During the 10:00 a.m. Service We moved the pageant to 10:00 a.m. so that the whole congregation can enjoy the magic of this All Souls tradition. Please join us! The theme of the pageant is A Season of Giving, A Season of Love. We will hear the Christmas story as well as a few you may not know.

For our full listings of holiday events, check out the December Bulletin!

All Souls Christmas Eve Services Tuesday, December 24 at Temple Shaaray Tefila (East 79th Street and 2nd Avenue) Family Christmas Eve Service at 4:00 p.m. Homily by Audette Fulbright, Evening Services at 8:00 and 11:00 p.m. A Ceremony of Carols Benjamin Britten (1913-1976) Homily by Galen Guengerich
Cocoa, Cookies and Stories For All Ages Tuesday, December 10, 5:30-6:30 p.m. in Reidy Hall Join us an hour before the caroling for cocoa, gingerbread cookie decorating, and a few stories to get you in the holiday spirit. This is an all ages event. Everyone is welcome! Holiday Carol Sing-along Tuesday, December 10, 6:30-7:30 p.m. in Reidy Friendship Hall Celebrate the holiday season with the All Souls Community Choir! We’ll be singing holiday carols. Bring a dish to share, your singing voice, and your carol requests! Contact Bryan McNamara with questions at Bryan@allsoulsnyc.org.

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.

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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.

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