Together Louisiana Meeting with Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (28 July 2021)

Please join us and other Together Louisiana church and community leaders around the state for a conversation with Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards.

The conversation will happen over Zoom on Wednesday (28 July 2021) at 1:00 PM.

Click here to register if you want to attend.

The meeting is an opportunity for us to strengthen our relationship with Gov. Edwards and collaborate with his administration to shift our state’s trajectory concerning environmental policy, fair taxes, and criminal justice reform.

Please share this link with others and encourage them to attend.

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Online All-Ages Worship (18 July 2021)

Please join us this Sunday (18 July 2021) at 11:00 AM as we welcome the 2021 Ralph Waldo Emerson Award recipients and guest speakers Breka Peoples and Omari Ho-Sang.

Our service will be livestreamed on Facebook Live here.

We are honoring their work from the Summer 2020 organizing the 45 Days of Action Campaign in Shreveport / Bossier City, Louisiana along with their continuing work to dismantle systemic racism and create beloved community in Shreveport / Bossier City.

All Souls presents the Emerson Award each year to an individual, group, or organization in the wider community who best exemplifies Unitarian Universalist principles and the values of liberal religion.

Watch for our weekly email announcements for info on the next in-person worship service and other opportunities to gather in smaller groups in person.  You can sign up for these announcements using this link.

Our July 2021 give-away-the-plate recipient is Shreveport Green.

We will have a  virtual coffee hour after the service on Zoom.

While we are remaining physically distant, we want to know how you are doing, what you need, and what you are interested in.  You can let us know using these online surveys.

And you can contribute to All Souls using this online resource.

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Breka Peoples and Omari Ho-Sang — 2021 Ralph Waldo Emerson Award Recipients

Please join us at 11:00 AM on 18 July 2021 for our worship service where we will be honoring Breka Peoples and Omari Ho-Sang as our 2021 Ralph Waldo Emerson Award Recipients.

We will be presenting this award during our Sunday worship service using Facebook Live video.

We are honoring their work from the Summer 2020 organizing the 45 Days of Action Campaign in Shreveport / Bossier City, Louisiana along with their continuing work to dismantle systemic racism and create beloved community in Shreveport / Bossier City.

All Souls presents the Emerson Award each year to an individual, group, or organization in the wider community who best exemplifies Unitarian Universalist principles and the values of liberal religion.

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No Online Religious Education for Children on 11 July 2021 — Next Event TBA

Our Sunday afternoon Zoom religious education class for children will take a break on 11 July 2021.

Please check our social media and web site for future announcements on our next children’s religious education event.

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No Online Religious Education for Children on 4 July 2021 — Next Event TBA

Our Sunday afternoon Zoom religious education class for children will take a break for the 4 July 2021 holiday weekend.

Please check our social media and web site for future announcements on our next children’s religious education event.

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Online All-Ages Worship (27 June 2021)

Please join us on Sunday (27 June 2021) at 11:00 AM for “Until Love Wins” presented by the First Universalist Church of Minneapolis MN.

This is the 2021 Unitarian Universalist Association General Assembly Sunday Morning Worship and will be streamed live through YouTube.

All Souls members in Shreveport and Unitarian Universalists across North American and around the world will be watching this live-streaming worship service.

The order of service (PDF) for this worship service can be found here.

Our June 2021 give-away-the-plate recipient is Louisiana Trans Advocates.

Watch our weekly email announcements for info on the next in-person worship service and other opportunities to gather in smaller groups in person.

We will have a  virtual coffee hour after the service on Zoom.

While we are remaining physically distant, we want to know how you are doing, what you need, and what you are interested in.  You can let us know using these online surveys.

And you can contribute to All Souls using this online resource.

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