Announcements

15 March 2020 Worship Livestreaming Video

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, we have begun to broadcast a livestream video of our Sunday morning worship services.

This worship video will be available live and in recorded formats.

For our first attempt at livestreaming our worship, we have used Facebook Live.

You can find the 15 March 2020 worship video here.

Starting next week (22 March 2020), we will only have the online livestream worship to reduce the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our community and our community’s medical resources (this is known as “flattening the curve” and NPR explains why this is important here).

We will monitor the risks and make an evidence-based decision to resume in-person worship when it is appropriate.

We will announce that decision when it happens online through email announcements, social media, and our website.

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15 March 2020 Worship Service and Religious Education for Children and Youth

Please join us on Sunday (15 March 2020) at 11:00 AM for our worship service.

We will also be live-streaming this service using Facebook Live on our congregation’s Facebook page tomorrow at 11:00 AM.

This is our last Sunday of in-person services due to the recent COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

We encourage everyone to use discretion in your decision to attend or not based on your own personal health risk for yourself and others.

For at the two weeks starting next Sunday (22 March 2020), we will move to online services only at All Souls and will evaluate after that time if we should resume in-person classes and worship services.

For 15 March 2020, religious education classes for children and youth are offered during the 11:00 AM service.  Children and youth attend the first 15-20 minutes of the service and then are dismissed to class.

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Adult Religious Education — 15 March 2020

Please join us on Sunday (15 March 2020) at 9:15 AM for our adult religious education class:

Being the Change:  A New Kind of Climate Change Documentary — Part II

This is a 2018 documentary exploring the life of Peter Kalmus PhD — climate scientist, father of two, and Zen Buddhist — on the personal changes he and his family have made in the ongoing struggle against climate change.

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8 March 2020 Worship Service and Religious Education for Children and Youth

Please join us on Sunday (8 March 2020) at 11:00 AM for “The Calls of a World in Process” by Rev. Barbara Jarrell.

Rev. Barbara is back in the pulpit this Sunday as we continue our season of focus on peace, social justice, and the interdependent web.

Religious education classes for children and youth are offered during the 11:00 AM service.  Children and youth attend the first 15-20 minutes of the service and then are dismissed to class.

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Adult Religious Education — 8 March 2020

Please join us on Sunday (8 March 2020) at 9:15 AM for our adult religious education class:

Being the Change:  A New Kind of Climate Change Documentary — Part I

This is a 2018 documentary exploring the life of Peter Kalmus PhD — climate scientist, father of two, and Zen Buddhist — on the personal changes he and his family have made in the ongoing struggle against climate change.

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1 March 2020 Worship Service and Religious Education for Children and Youth

Please join us on Sunday (1 March 2020) at 11:00 AM for the 2020 Celebration of Women Service with our guest speaker LeVette Fuller (Shreveport City Councilwoman — District B).

At the beginning of Women’s History Month we are honored to welcome Councilwoman LeVette Fuller as our guest speaker for this annual celebration.

Religious education classes for children and youth are offered during the 11:00 AM service.  Children and youth attend the first 15-20 minutes of the service and then are dismissed to class.

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Adult Religious Education — 1 March 2020

Please join us on Sunday (1 March 2020) at 9:15 AM for our adult religious education class.

The Wisdom of the World’s Religions — Cao Dai with guest presenters Taha Hayat and Ngasha Beck Huy.

Held over from last week, we are pleased to welcome Taha Hayat and Ngasha Beck Huy who will speak to us about Cao Dai (a monotheistic faith established in Southern Viet Nam in 1925).

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