A Month of Sundays!

Join us for Sunday Services!

March 19 – Converge: Poetry as Therapy – Sam Stephenson  and Roger Butts

Join Reverend Roger and Sam Stephenson of Converge, which is an organization that uses poetry as therapy in local schools. Roger and Sam will speak about the role of poetry/literature as avenues/pathways to a life of spiritual depth, meaning and joy.

 

Religious Exploration: RE is held in-person for children each week.  We offer a brief introduction to Unitarian Universalist values, worship and lore, as well as opportunities for children to socialize and converse in a safe and age-appropriate fun atmosphere.  We often spend time outside and our children usually dress very informally.  Parents are welcome to check out the program with their children.

March 26 – Partners in Housing – Jillian Durkee

Jillian Durkee will be with us this Sunday to talk about Partners in Housing: what they do and how we at All Souls might help.

 

Religious Exploration: RE is held in-person for children each week.  We offer a brief introduction to Unitarian Universalist values, worship and lore, as well as opportunities for children to socialize and converse in a safe and age-appropriate fun atmosphere.  We often spend time outside and our children usually dress very informally.  Parents are welcome to check out the program with their children.

April 2 – All Souls Band Cantata

The All Souls Band is going to rock the house with tunes from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers!


Religious Exploration
: RE is held in-person for children each week.  We offer a brief introduction to Unitarian Universalist values, worship and lore, as well as opportunities for children to socialize and converse in a safe and age-appropriate fun atmosphere.  We often spend time outside and our children usually dress very informally.  Parents are welcome to check out the program with their children.

April 9 – Easter – Beth Elliot

Easter is a time of rituals, like decorating eggs! Eggs are ubiquitous as an allegory of life and resurgence and are found in religious stories from every part of the world. Join us as we explore the spiritual meanings of our modern rituals and celebrate this profound day.


Religious Exploration: RE is held in-person for children each week.  We offer a brief introduction to Unitarian Universalist values, worship and lore, as well as opportunities for children to socialize and converse in a safe and age-appropriate fun atmosphere.  We often spend time outside and our children usually dress very informally.  Parents are welcome to check out the program with their children.

April 16 – Yom HaShoah – Roger Butts

The Zookeeper’s Wife is a remarkable book and a true story of a gentile couple who ran the Warsaw Zoo during the Holocaust. The couple, through ingenuity and courage, saved hundreds of lives. Special Music: Choir and Herman Susser, violinist, whose parents perished in the Shoah.


Religious Exploration
: RE is held in-person for children each week.  We offer a brief introduction to Unitarian Universalist values, worship and lore, as well as opportunities for children to socialize and converse in a safe and age-appropriate fun atmosphere.  We often spend time outside and our children usually dress very informally.  Parents are welcome to check out the program with their children.