Please join us for the 21st annual World Religion Day celebration on 26 January 2020.
This event will be happening at The Highland Center (520 Olive Street, Shreveport LA 71104) from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
As many as 18 different faith traditions have participated in this event, which includes table displays by each faith group as well as panel discussions and musical presentations throughout the afternoon.
We’re delighted to welcome as our keynote this year the Rev. Theron Jackson of Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church — a dynamic speaker and longtime proponent of interfaith engagement and understanding.
Please join us on Monday (3 February 2020) at 7:00 PM for RiZe Up! — Roy Zimmerman in Concert at All Souls.
Admission is $25.00 (or whatever you can pay).
If you want to come to the concert, don’t let money stand in your way.
Join us, and bring your friends, to welcome Roy Zimmerman back to Shreveport and All Souls.
Roy’s signature blend of heart and hilarity has never been more necessary.
RiZe Up is ninety minutes of Roy Zimmerman’s original songs — a funny and forceful affirmation of peace and social justice.
It’s laughter and encouragement for progressive-minded people who need a lot of both.
Send in your 2020 pledge form now or bring it to church this Sunday (29 December 2019).
For more than 70 years, All Souls has provided a home for liberal religion in Northwest Louisiana.
The church currently hosts a variety of activities — Sunday services, adult and children’s religious education, Buddhist meditation, yoga, Earth-Based Spirituality, and more.
All Souls is proud to be recognized as a Welcoming Congregation (Unitarian Universalist program for congregations that have done additional study and discernment around issues related to bisexual, gay, lesbian, and transgender equality).
We are also honored and thankful to be the host location for the monthly meetings of Louisiana Trans Advocates (Shreveport Chapter).
Your donation helps maintain and improve All Souls.
Thank you to all who support this congregation with your time, talent, and treasure.
You did it again!
Thanks to everyone who helped make the season brighter for 20 children in this community support program!
The next congregational meeting will happen this Sunday (22 December 2019) immediately after our worship service.
You can read about it here.
The next congregational meeting will happen on Sunday (22 December 2019) immediately after our worship service.
You can read about it here.
Please join us this Saturday (14 December 2019) from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM for our monthly building and grounds work day.
Other than routine cleaning and yard work, the tasks of maintaining the physical space of our congregational home belong to us — the members and friends of All Souls.
We will have tasks for all ages and all levels of ability.
Stay for an hour or two, or the whole time.
If you can’t stay, consider dropping off some snacks or lunch for the crew.
Please join us on Sunday (8 December 2019) at 11:00 AM for “Two Notions of God and Their Effect on Movements” by Rev. Barbara Jarrell.
We continue our season of focus on the Jewish and Christian roots of Unitarian Universalism.
Look for the Mitten Tree this Sunday as well as an opportunity to pay tribute to loved ones by purchasing poinsettias for the sanctuary.
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.
From: Board of Directors (All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church of Shreveport, Louisiana)
To: All Members, Inactive Members, and Friends
In accordance with the Bylaws of our church and the Fifth Principle of Unitarian Universalism, we hereby announce that All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church will hold a Congregational Meeting on Sunday (22 December 2019) immediately following the 11:00 AM worship service.
On the Agenda:
- The 2020 Budget
- A change to the bylaws regarding membership categories
Please make every effort to attend.
All active members should attend this meeting or give their proxies to those who can.
Inactive members and friends of the church are invited and encouraged to participate but bylaws stipulate that only those members who have been active 30 days or longer may vote.
We must have a quorum — childcare provided.
The Shreveport / Bossier area Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR) will be happening this Saturday (16 November 2019) at 6:30 PM. The event will be held at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church (9449 Ellerbe Road, Shreveport LA).
It is a sad fact that in 2019 we must still come together to remember those who have died simply for being who they are.
However, in this commemoration we also try to lift up the triumphs, including election results in various states in the past two years.
This observance of TDoR is planned and hosted by the Shreveport chapter of Louisiana Trans Advocates.