26 April 2020 Worship Livestreaming Video

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, we have begun to broadcast a livestream video of our Sunday morning worship services.

This worship video will be available live and in recorded formats.

For our livestream video of our worship services, we are using Facebook Live.  One does not have to log into Facebook or have a Facebook account to view this video.

You can find the 26 April 2020 worship video here.

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Online All-Ages Worship (26 April 2020)

Please join us on Sunday (26 April 2020) at 11:00 AM for “What’s It to You: Spiritual Growth and Choices” by Rev. Barbara Jarrell

This Sunday marks the first Sunday in our focus on personal spiritual growth and development.

Our service will be livestreamed on Facebook Live here.

If you’re on Facebook, just enter All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church- Shreveport, Louisiana in the search bar and go to the All Souls Facebook page around 10:55 to join in.

Because the All Souls Facebook page is a public page, you should be able to see the worship service whether or not you have a Facebook account.

You do need a Facebook account to “like” and comment on the worship service.

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

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

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19 April 2020 Worship Livestreaming Video

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, we have begun to broadcast a livestream video of our Sunday morning worship services.

This worship video will be available live and in recorded formats.

For our livestream video of our worship services, we are using Facebook Live.  One does not have to log into Facebook or have a Facebook account to view this video.

You can find the 19 April 2020 worship video here.

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Online All-Ages Worship (19 April 2020)

Please join us on Sunday (19 April 2020) at 11:00 AM for “Coming Back Thoughtfully: Reflections on Earth Day” — a collaborative service presented by children, youth, and adult representatives of All Souls.

Our service will be livestreamed on Facebook Live here.

If you’re on Facebook, just enter All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church- Shreveport, Louisiana in the search bar and go to the All Souls Facebook page around 10:55 to join in.

Because the All Souls Facebook page is a public page, you should be able to see the worship service whether or not you have a Facebook account.

You do need a Facebook account to “like” and comment on the worship service.

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

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

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12 April 2020 Worship Livestreaming Video

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, we have begun to broadcast a livestream video of our Sunday morning worship services.

This worship video will be available live and in recorded formats.

For our livestream video of our worship services, we are using Facebook Live.  One does not have to log into Facebook or have a Facebook account to view this video.

You can find the 12 April 2020 worship video here.

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Online All-Ages Worship (12 April 2020)

Please join us on Sunday (12 April 2020) at 11:00 AM for our Easter Sunday worship service “Is It Spring Yet?” with Rev. Barbara Jarrell and Friends.

Our service will be livestreamed on Facebook Live here.

Although we can’t be together in our church building, the church is everywhere we are and we will celebrate life rising up again.

If you’re on Facebook, just enter All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church- Shreveport, Louisiana in the search bar and go to the All Souls Facebook page around 10:55 to join in.

Because the All Souls Facebook page is a public page, you should be able to see the worship service whether or not you have a Facebook account.

You do need a Facebook account to “like” and comment on the worship service.

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

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

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5 April 2020 Worship Livestreaming Video

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, we have begun to broadcast a livestream video of our Sunday morning worship services.

This worship video will be available live and in recorded formats.

For our livestream video of our worship services, we are using Facebook Live.  One does not have to log into Facebook or have a Facebook account to view this video.

You can find the 5 April 2020 worship video here.

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Online All-Ages Worship (5 April 2020)

Please join us online this Sunday (5 April 2020) at 11:00 AM for our online streaming worship service — “Reclaiming Our Stories” by Mollie Corbett.

The worship video will be available on the All Souls Facebook page (live streaming and recorded).

Mollie is the creator of “Outlier” — a unique multimedia arts installation and advocacy vehicle for survivors of sexual abuse and assault.

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29 March 2020 Worship Livestreaming Video

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, we have begun to broadcast a livestream video of our Sunday morning worship services.

This worship video will be available live and in recorded formats.

For our third attempt at livestreaming our worship, we have used Facebook Live.  One does not have to log into Facebook or have a Facebook account to view this video.

You can find the 29 March 2020 worship video here.

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Online All-Ages Worship (29 March 2020)

Please join us online on Sunday (29 March 2020) at 11:00 AM for “Strengthening the Web” with Rev. Barbara Jarrell.

You can join our worship service online here using Facebook Live Video that will be available on our Facebook page.

As we continue our season of focus on peace, social justice, and the interdependent web, we turn our focus to the ways that we sustain the web of connections between ourselves and all life.

Like everything in our lives right now, we are adapting to the changes in our daily routines.  This service will be changing again this week.

In order to follow the stay-at-home order issued by Louisiana Governor Edwards, each presenter in the service will be speaking from their respective homes.

We hope you will join us from your home.

Because the church page is a public page, you should be able to see the worship service whether or not you have a Facebook account.  However, you do need a Facebook account to “like” and comment on our online worship service.

And if you miss our worship due to work or other challenges in your life, we will save the  worship video on our Facebook page and our web site (check back later for more information).

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