Join us on Sunday (28 May 2023) at 11:00 AM for “The Alternatives to Violence Project: An Experiential Worship Service” by Kathy Osuch, Bob Jordan, and Susan Yellott.
Join Kathy Osuch, Bob Jordan, and Susan Yellott for an opportunity to learn more about the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) and experience a sample of an AVP workshop.
AVP is an internationally recognized training program that empowers people to deal with conflict and violence in new and creative ways. This work happens in prisons and out in the community — Kathy, Susan, and Bob are trained AVP facilitators.
We will be meeting in the sanctuary for this worship service. Please join us in person at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church, 9449 Ellerbe Road, Shreveport LA 71106 if you are able to do so.
Our service will also be livestreamed on Facebook Live here if you cannot attend in person.
The current COVID risk for the Shreveport metro area (Caddo Parish, Bossier Parish, DeSoto Parish) is now “low” and the CDC does not recommend mandatory masking for all indoor events in “low” risk areas.
See the CDC website and the COVIDActNow website for more details.
Starting on 13 November 2022, masks will be optional indoors at All Souls.
Anyone who prefers to keep wearing a mask is welcome to do so and attending worship through livestream video is also an option.
We will still have KN95 masks available in the foyer for anyone who needs one.
We continue to recommend that you stay home if you have any symptoms, and that you keep up with all available vaccinations and boosters.
Please use this link to evaluate the current COVID risk for the Shreveport-Bossier City metro area as you make your decisions regarding masking and other COVID preventive measures while attending All Souls.
We no longer require proof of vaccination against COVID for all attendees ages 11 and up for indoor events.
However, we do strongly encourage that anyone attending our worship services or other indoor events at All Souls be vaccinated against COVID.
Please use good judgment and stay home if you have any symptoms. Even those who have tested negative for COVID can later test positive.
Our May 2023 give-away-the-plate recipient is the Shreveport Mutual Aid.
And you can contribute to All Souls using this online resource.