All Souls Kansas City

Congregational

Now Hiring: Church Administrator

All Souls is seeking a full-time Church Administrator to manage operations for our mid-sized church located in the KC Plaza area. The Administrator reports directly to the Senior Minister, supervises five subordinates, and oversees a cadre of church volunteers. Our modern facility is in a vital, attractive location, has free door side parking and offers […]

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Communication Policy on Policies- Board vote is Sept 20th, 2017

Click here to open the proposed Communications Policy August 2017 draft.  The Communications Policy has recently been reviewed and updated. It was presented to the Board in July for a vote. There was a proposal to change item 4. on page 2. That change is reflected in this draft.  Per the Policy on Policies, the policy […]

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“All Souls History of Dedication to Social Justice,” August 20, 2017, 150th Anniversary Committee

All Souls Covenants           1887 We, the undersigned, unite as members of the Unitarian Church, known as All Souls Church of Kansas City, Missouri. By thus uniting, we desire to promote the public worship of God, and the practice of the precepts of Christianity. We hereby pledge ourselves to employ our […]

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Gardening at Carver- September 16th at 9am

Please join us to help create a butterfly garden at Carver Elementary School. There are several way to help. We would love donations of plants from your own garden. You can also donate money for the gardeners to use to purchase plants. The final way you can participate is to meet at Carver Elementary at 9am […]

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Film – Gender Revolution on November 5 at 2pm

Join us in Bragg auditorium for a showing of the film, followed by discussion.   Click for more Information about the film.

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Historical Sparks: To War on a White Horse

      One of the two men who guided the Forum in its formative years in the 1940s was a lawyer and politician named Col. Ruby D. Garrett. Garrett was best known for his Army career in World War I. It seems odd in this day of rockets and drones, but in 1917 the […]

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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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