All Souls Kansas City

Sunday Mornings

Service, July 13, 11:15 am

“To Boldly Go: A Journey into the Spirituality of Science Fiction” with Zarrin Reynolds  Geeks unite as we examine the spiritual and life lessons to be learned from sci-don literature, movies and television.  Certified geekhood not required, but a questing mind and a laughing heart are a must!

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Service, July 20, 11:15 am

“To Boldly Go: A Journey into the Spirituality of Science Fiction” with Zarrin Reynolds  Geeks unite as we examine the spiritual and life lessons to be learned from sci-don literature, movies and television.  Certified geekhood not required, but a questing mind and a laughing heart are a must!

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Service, July 6, 11:15 am

“First Freedom – Freedom of Religion” with Barbara Griggs & Friends What were our Founding Fathers thinking when they forged the First Amendment?  What were the religious perspectives of Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, Adams and Madison; and what did they bring to the creation of the Federal Government’s relationship with religion in our new country?

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“Inquiring Minds,” June 22, Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

Click on the following to download the sermon: Inquiring Minds

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June 15th, Juneteenth Service Comments

Click on the following to download the comments from Joseph Davis: Juneteenth 2014, Joseph Davis

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“Acceptance, Diversity and other All Souls Myths,” June 8, Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

Click on the following to download the sermon: Acceptance, Diversity and other All Souls Myths

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Service, June 29, 11:15 am

“Science and Spirit” with Keely Schneider We kick off our season of summer services with a consideration of how the methods and the discoveries of science can inform our spiritual lives.  The meaning we make for living is always shaped by our understanding of what and how the world is, and the stories we tell […]

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Service, June 22, 11:15 am

“Inquiring Minds” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons The tradition of a Question Box Sunday appears to be unique to Unitarian Universalism, but it goes back a long way in our tradition.  This is your chance to ask something that you have always wished to hear about from the pulpit; 3 x 5 cards are available in […]

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Service, June 15, 11:15 am

“Are We Post-Racial Yet?” with All Souls Racial Justice Committee As Barak Obama’s presidency begins its last quarter, what has been achieved for the black community in America?  What remains to be overcome?  Musical and spoken word artists will help us consider what freedom means for our celebration of Juneteenth today.

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Service, June 8, 11:15 am

“Tolerance, Diversity and other All Souls Myths” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons We take pride in being an open and creedless institution.  Can it be, however, that we have a hidden and unwritten dogma that is narrow, exclusive, and intimidating?  This auction sermon explores how All Souls might become a more tolerant and diverse church that […]

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