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Historical Sparks: An Ecumenical Greeting

You will find here a quotable mention to pique your interest in our history as we prepare to celebrate 150 of liberal religion. An Ecumenical Greeting The Rev. Judith Walker-Riggs wished her congregation a happy New Year in 1990 with these words: “May we all, in the words of my colleague Jan Knost: Get religion […]

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Needles Clicking

The NeedleHearts group is constantly turning out knitted and crochets items to be donated to local groups in need. We recently donated a stack of beautiful pastel blankets to Synergy Services.  http://synergyservices.org/ Last week we presented severalbar lap-sized afghans to patients at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital. We also have a supply of cute, squishy little […]

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Communication Policy on Policies- Board vote is July 19, 2017

Click here to open the proposed Communication Policy.  The Communications Policy has recently been reviewed and updated. Per the Policy on Policies, the policy is to be posted in the Communications Center for at least two weeks for review by the congregation. You will find the Policy of Policies on page 16 of the All Souls […]

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Congratulations to our 2017-2018 Board of Trustees

At the Annual Meeting LeeAnn Bergin, Reagan Buatte, Nelson Maurice and Martin Hazlett were voted onto the board by the congregation. Immediately following the meeting, the board elected its President and Vice President. Cabinet Members Margaret Drinkwine, President Keely Schneider Scott England, Vice President Sue Trowbridge Tracy Van Quaetham, Secretary Jack Phillips Barbara Bemis, Treasurer […]

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Year of Service Projects

All Souls is planning a year of service projects to celebrate its sesquicentennial and our dedication to service. We encourage you to commit to community service each month. If you have ties to organizations please feel to commit your time and treasures to them. If you would like to join other All Soulers please join us for events below. […]

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Social Responsibility Board (SRB)

Social Responsibility Board (SRB) began in 2005 as an effort to coordinate and grow the organized social justice efforts of All Souls. SRB evolved slowly till today the member groups meet bimonthly to coordinate our activities calendar, encourage idea development and project growth, and to guide the use of church space by outside justice organizations. […]

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Social Responsibility Board

Social Responsibility Board (SRB) began in 2005 as an effort to coordinate and grow the organized social justice efforts of All Souls. SRB evolved slowly till today the member groups meet bimonthly to coordinate our activities calendar, encourage idea development and project growth, and to guide the use of church space by outside justice organizations. […]

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Carver Amigos

All Souls UU and Carver Dual Language Elementary School are successfully partnering to increase student achievement through tutoring, mentoring, classroom assistance, special projects and financial aid.  Stay active and involved! Join us, the Carver Amigos.  Fill a need on your own schedule, an hour a week, more or less. There are many ways to help.

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Forum

The All Souls Forum continues to contribute a major portion of the Sunday morning program, through 39 or 40, hour-long,  professional presentations and discussions each year. Topics cover significant issues, especially those involving ethical values in the contemporary world.  With topics ranging from politics and global warming to enrichment of global understanding and the arts, […]

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Transylvanian Partner Church Committee

We sponsor pilgrimage visits to  our  village and church of Nyaradgalfalva, in the Romanian homeland of Unitarianism and freedom of conscience. We raise and donate $1200 a year to our partner church, by putting on lunches and dinners. We share friendships and knowledge of their historic Unitarianism at this time of fascinating but difficult changes.

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