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December | Member’s Show

December 6- 31 Check out the immense creativity that our All Souls member’s have. They explore their work in varying mediums ranging from fiber to oil to acrylic and photography. We hope you can stop in and support your fellow member and artist. Some of the works are for sale.

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November 24: “To See the Beauty of the World” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

Click here to start at the sermon. So, Thanksgiving – can we just say, It’s complicated? Who is so small-spirited as not to feel the tug of gratitude for harvest? Even the harvest that is there for us every time we walk into any of the several grocery stores we are fortunate to have access […]

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November 3: “De-Colonizing” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

The sound has been restored to the video – we apologize for the inconvenience. Click here to start at the sermon. So let’s start by acknowledging that it’s complicated. And retreating into any sort of naive simplicity isn’t going to help. For instance, this week the Congressional Hispanic Caucus created an ofrenda for Dia de […]

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October 27: “Before and After” with Rebecca Gant

Click here to start at the sermon. I remember the first time I was aware of crossing a state line. I was young- maybe 6 or 7. I’m sure that we had crossed state lines in our car before, since we lived in southern Kansas and Oklahoma was not that far away, but I was […]

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October 20: “American Nightmare, Part 2” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

Click here to start at the sermon. It’s one of those songs that is in our hymnal, that I’m troubled about inviting white people to sing any more. Many thousand gone – that’s an understatement, certainly. Many thousand gone in the holding pens on the African coast, waiting for the great American and European ships […]

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October 13: “American Nightmare, Part 1” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

Click here to start at the sermon. The quintessentially dead white male European philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein famously ends his Tractatus with the claim, “Whereof one cannot speak, one must be silent.” The logic would appear on the face of it inarguable, and yet my task this morning is in some sense to defy it. For […]

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