Sunday services are at 10:30 am. Nursery care is available, as well as Religious Exploration (RE) for children and youth.
To hear past sermons, see our Sunday Sermon Library page.
May 28- In Remembrance
Guest speaker, Paul Gibbs, says: Liberals like myself seldom pay much attention to veterans’ cemeteries. This sermon describes an unexpected visit to a veterans’ cemetery that uncovered all sorts of positive revelations about who we are and what we have to be grateful for in our lives.
Guest Speaker, Paul Gibb, is a lifelong UU and former English professor who has also been a New York City cabdriver, a radioman in the U.S. Coast Guard, an electronic technician on a railroad, and the owner of a telecommunications business. He is currently retired, living in Niwot CO, and a member of Boulder Valley UU. He has given sermons at area UU churches 40+ times over the last 30 years and looks forward to his first gig at All Souls.
Children and Youth start in the Great Hall. Nursery and Pre-K care will be available.
June 4 – Blessing of the Bikes
This Sunday we will focus on how taking time to be in nature either on a bike, or on a hike is soul-sustaining and life-giving. Everyone is encouraged to hike or bike to church, where we will have a blessing of the bicycles and trekking poles! Following this short service, we will have a picnic in our beautiful garden. For those for whom the distance is too great to walk or ride your bike, we encourage you to bring hiking gear or your bike helmet or other accoutrements for the blessing.
Guest Speaker Kenny Wiley will share. Kenny is a writer for the UU World magazine and is a leader in Black Lives UU and Black Lives Matter. Kenny was foundational in providing the impetus for the White Supremacy Teach-in this Spring and provided resources for this event.
After church forum: Think politics and religion can’t mix? Come learn how The Interfaith Alliance of Colorado is bringing people from multiple faith backgrounds together to speak and act for rights and equality for all at the State Capitol and in local communities.