A Month of Sundays!

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.

 


August 6 – Number 9

Join us as we celebrate Rev. Nori’s 9th anniversary as minister of All Souls. In this service she will reflect on the changes seen in the past nine years and look ahead to what the future might hold for us as a liberal community of faith.

Children and Youth start in the Great Hall. Nursery and Pre-K care will be available.


August 13 – World Indigenous Peoples Day

Rev. Rost will talk about the lessons the indigenous people of the world have to teach us and how we can honor the ancestors upon whose land we walk.

Children and Youth stay in the Great Hall. Nursery and Pre-K care will be available.

August 20 – The Power of Covenant
Unitarian Universalism is a covenantal faith and All Souls has a Covenant of Beloved Community by which members agree to abide. Rev. Rost will talk about the power of covenant to heal and transform lives. We will also have a Rite of Membership for new members!

Children and Youth start in the Great Hall. Nursery and Pre-K care will be available.


August 27 – How Literature Saved My Soul

Join us as guest speaker Sam Stephenson talks about how finding and reading good literature saved—and continues to save—his life. Sam is the founder of Converge Lecture Series which was founded on the belief that there are geniuses scheming to astonish us, just for the pleasure of it. The series will bring these geniuses to Colorado Springs to explore the topic of moral beauty.

Each year Converge Lecture Series will bring four of the nations leading poets, authors, and artists to The Pinery in Colorado Springs to introduce passionate argument and art as an expression made in good faith to our community. The inaugural speaker will be poet Marie Howe, on Sunday, October 1, 2017.

Sam writes: I believe in words on pages. I believe that words have made me a better friend, human, spouse, caseworker.  It has been important to me to launch the series with the best (you know – the authors who have made me cry, or stay up all night reading, or soak for hours in the tub – book in hand, or the ones whose words I have scribbled in my own worn journal).

Bio: Sam Stephenson (MSW) is the founder of Converge Lecture Series and is an Ongoing Caseworker for Teller County Department of Human Services. He lives, reads, and runs in Colorado Springs with his wife, Kelli, and their pups Chelsea and Franny.

Children and Youth start in the Great Hall. Nursery and Pre-K care will be available.