End of Summer Swim Party (28 August 2022)

On Sunday (28 August 2022), join us from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM for our annual end of summer swim party and potluck.

Bring a dish to pass and join us at the home of Kathy Osuch and Mike Roberts (their address will be available on the All Souls Caring Connection Facebook  Group, on the All Souls Slack channel, and in person at the church on that Sunday).

All ages welcome — hope to see you there!

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2022 Emerson Award Honoree

Join us on Sunday (11 September 2022) at 11:00 AM for the annual presentation of the Ralph Waldo Emerson Award.

The Emerson Award is given annually by our congregation to the individual or organization in the wider community whose life and work best exemplify the values and principles of liberal religion.

In 2022, we are honored to present the award to Kathaleen Pittman (Director of Hope Medical Group) for her years of service and unyielding dedication to the rights of all people to plan their families as they choose and to seek abortion care as needed.

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Building and Grounds Work Day (13 August 2022)

Please join us on Saturday (13 August 2022) from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM for our monthly building and grounds work day.

Nearly all of the work maintaining our physical space is done by our members and friends who show up each month and do what needs to be done.

There are tasks for all ages and abilities.  Working side by side is a great way to get to know your All Souls friends a little better.

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Special Congregational Meeting (14 August 2022)

Please join us on Sunday (14 August 2022) at 1215 PM or immediately after the worship service (whichever comes later) for a special congregational meeting.

You can attend in person in the sanctuary or you can attend via Zoom.

We must have a quorum for this meeting.

All are welcome to attend but only active members who have been members for 30 days or longer may vote.

On the Agenda:  a vote to amend our Articles of Incorporation (you can read the current Articles of Incorporation here)

In order to comply with 501(c)3 requirements of the Internal Revenue Service, we need to amend our Articles of Incorporation with the following wording:

  • Adding to Article IV (Purposes), a new Section A, as follows: Said organization is organized exclusively for charitable, religious and educational purposes, including , for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations described under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue code, or corresponding section of any future federal tax code.
  • Amending Article VIII, Section A as follows: This congregation recognizes and obligates itself to conform to the constitution and by-laws of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
  • Amending Article VIII, Section B as follows: In the event of the dissolution of this corporation, all property and assets shall pass to the Unitarian Universalist Association.
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