10 November 2019 Worship Service and Religious Education for Children and Youth

Please join us on Sunday (10 November 2019) at 11:00 AM for “Bound Together in Love and Commitment” by Rev. Barbara Jarrell.

Join us to welcome Rev. Barbara back to the pulpit this morning.

A Newcomer Information Session will follow the service.

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 — 10 November 2019

Please join us on Sunday (10 November 2019) at 9:15 AM for our adult religious education classes — for this Sunday, you have choices.

  • The New UU –Bennett Upton, Facilitator
    New and not-new Unitarian Universalists will benefit from this comprehensive introduction to our faith tradition and our congregation. Hear stories from our history, and learn more about our covenantal living tradition in the here and now.
  • New Ideas in Christian Thought –Rev. Barbara Jarrell, Facilitator
    This is the time of year when we explore our roots in the Jewish and Christian traditions and the way those traditions have evolved over the years. Join Rev. Barbara for a look at some of the theologians and religious leaders who are rethinking and reshaping the Christian tradition for a new era.
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3 November 2019 Worship Service and Religious Education for Children and Youth

Please join us on Sunday (3 November 2019) at 11:00 AM for “Companions for the Journey” with Rebecca Tuggle, Diana Teeters, and Ken Peterson.

Join three of our members as they talk about the journeys that brought them here, the reasons they stay, and where they are on their respective spiritual paths.

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 — 3 November 2019

Please join us on Sunday (3 November 2019) at 9:15 AM for our adult religious education class:

After the Elevator Speech: But What Do You Believe?
Forming your personal credo

This week we will continue discussing some of the “big questions” that will ultimately help us to clarify and express our own personal credos and how they fit within the context of our Unitarian Universalist Principles and values.  We will also hear any credos that class members have written and want to share with the group.

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27 October 2019 Worship Service and Religious Education for Children and Youth

Please join us on Sunday (27 October 2019) at 11:00 AM for “Returning to All Souls:  A Celebration of Dia de Los Muertos  (The Day of the Dead)” with Lee Spruell and Virginia Villarreal.

We are thankful and honored to welcome back Lee Spruell to our sanctuary, who will once again share his family’s celebration of the Day of the Dead, as has been celebrated in Mexico for years.

You are invited to bring a picture of a departed loved one to place on the ofrenda.

Although the theme is death, the Day of the Dead is not considered a solemn or spooky holiday.  It is not Halloween.

In many traditions, this is the time of year to feel closer to those who have departed this world, and the celebration is for the expression of our love and joy at having known them.

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 — 27 October 2019

Please join us on Sunday (27 October 2019) at 9:15 AM for our adult religious education class:

After the Elevator Speech: But What Do You Believe?
Forming your personal credo

This week we will continue discussing some of the “big questions” that will ultimately help us to clarify and express our own personal credos and how they fit within the context of our Unitarian Universalist Principles and values.

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20 October 2019 All-Ages Worship Service

Please join us on Sunday (20 October 2019) at 11:00 AM for “That All Souls Shall Grow into Harmony with the Sacred” with the children, youth and adults of All Souls.

For the past 8 weeks, our children and youth have been delving more deeply into the words we say every week in our Unison Affirmation.

Why do we say that love is our doctrine and service is our prayer?

Why is it important to seek knowledge in freedom?

And what does it mean to us to grow into harmony with the sacred?

What is sacred?

And by the way, who wrote those words in the first place?

Come and hear a few of the answers, and even more questions!

Our children and youth will also be introducing upcoming service projects and your chance to participate.

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Adult Religious Education — 20 October 2019

Please join us on Sunday (20 October 2019) at 9:15 AM for our adult religious education class:

After the Elevator Speech: But What Do You Believe?
Forming your personal credo

We’ll continue discussing some of the “big questions” that will ultimately help us to clarify and express our own personal credos and how they fit within the context of our Unitarian Universalist principles and values.

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13 October 2019 Worship Service and Religious Education for Children and Youth

Please join us on Sunday (13 October 2019) at 11:00 AM for “Truth or Dare:  The Quest and the Calling” by Rev. Barbara Jarrell.

This service will culminate in a burning ceremony for the symbolic release of all that does not serve our path to wholeness.

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 — 13 October 2019

Please join us on Sunday (13 October 2019) at 9:15 AM for our adult religious education class:

After the Elevator Speech: But What Do You Believe?
Forming your personal credo

We’ll continue discussing some of the “big questions” that will ultimately help us to clarify and express our own personal credos and how they fit within the context of our Unitarian Universalist principles and values.

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