This Sunday, November 17...

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

Bicentennial Celebration
Anniversary Sunday
Sermon by Susan Frederick-Gray, UUA President


BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW for our  Gala Dessert Reception at All Souls, November 15 at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $50 per person. Tickets on sale through November 15.

William Cullen Bryant (1794 – 1878): First Citizen by Laura Pedersen and David Rockefeller, Jr. Sunday, November 17 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. in Reidy Friendship Hall.
Join us on Saturday, November 16 for a full afternoon celebrating The Family of All Souls Day Fun for everyone! Beginning at 12:00 p.m. FREE ADMISSION
all souls at 200 celebrating heroic women tableaux vivants sunday november 17 at 12:45 pm
Sunday, November 17 Anniversary Sunday (Free Admission) Worship Services, 10:00 and 11:15 a.m. Festive Bicentennial Coffee Hour, 12:15-12:45 p.m. CELEBRATING HEROIC WOMEN OF ALL SOULS, 12:45 p.m. WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT (1794-1878): FIRST CITIZEN, 1:30 p.m.
The 35th Annual Bellows Lecture Sunday, November 24 at 1:15 p.m. in Reidy Friendship Hall with Joan Tower Joan Tower, renowned composer and great-granddaughter of Rev. Henry Whitney Bellows, will be in conversation with Ed Harsh. She has been commissioned to write a major composition for All Souls, which will be performed in the future once we have resumed worship in the new Sanctuary.

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.