The maintenance of our congregation’s building and grounds is — in very large part — in our hands.
Other than basic weekly cleaning and yard maintenance, the people who tend to the sustenance of our facility — inside and out — are our members and friends.
Join us for the whole time, or just an hour, as you are able.
Can’t stay? Consider dropping off snacks for the crew.
Any and all help is appreciated.
Everyone: Gather up an assortment of your favorite cookies and baked goods. Great gifts for neighbors and friends or bring them to holiday parties to share. Take as many as you like and just toss your worthy donation in the basket on the table.
Bakers: Bring a batch of your favorite cookies and drop them off at the Cookie Swap table in the hallway.
We plan to correct that oversight at our 11:00 AM Sunday service on 29 October 2017.
Gale has served the church in numerous positions over the years — President of the Board, Chair of the Building Committee for our current location in the beautiful woods of South Shreveport, and in many other roles.
She has also served in leadership roles with the former Southwest District of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Please join us to honor Gale and to hear her speak about the early years of our congregation.
Beyond basic mowing and cleaning, all of the work of maintaining our building and grounds is done by us — the members and friends of All Souls who volunteer every month.
Come join your church friends and get to know them better as you work side by side to spruce up our church home.
Weather permitting, there are tasks indoors and out, for all ages and levels of ability.