All Souls Kansas City

Sunday Services

Service, November 16, 11:15 am

“Nothing will Halt the March of Truth”  with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons Nov. 15 is the traditional date for the death of Francis David, one of the founders of Unitarianism.  His preaching lifted up the idea of god’s unity, and the importance of freedom and reason in religion.  He died in prison in Transylvania for the […]

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Service, November 9, 11:15 am

“What Unitarian Universalists Value Least” with Rev. Dr. Bill Schulz You will be amused when you learn what human virtue falls at the very bottom of Unitarian Universalists’ ranking of values. But you may also be rightfully chagrined for, though we may not know it, this virtue also undergirds all of our work for social […]

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Service, November 2, 11:15 am

“Having Seen the Moon: Day of the Dead” with the All Souls Choir Observing the lovely custom of our neighbors to the south, in which they recall their loved ones who have died, and celebrate their continuing connections to the living, we will consider our own larger community of memory.  The choir will offer a […]

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Service, October 26, 11:15 am

“Global Marketplace: UN Sunday” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons Despite current headlines, it is not impossible that we are seeing the beginning of the end of the era of the nation-state as the locus of international power.  For good or ill, it is important to begin to imagine a world in which international corporations are the […]

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Service, October 19, 11:15 am

“Where to Find Confidence” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons In June, at the Question Box sermon, I promised to follow up on two provocative questions. This is the second of those questions: where can UUs look for the kind of confidence that more conventional believers enjoy?  On the one hand, there are certain types of confidence, like […]

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Service, October 12, 11:15 am

“What to Do about Guilt” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons In June, at the Question Box sermon, I promised to follow up on two provocative questions. This is the first of those questions: what can UUs do about guilt?  I submit that there are several types of guilt, which call for several different responses.  Let’s sort it […]

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Service, October 5, 11:15 am

“Something Wicked This Way Comes? Spiders, Shadows, and Engaging our Theological Diversity” with Jordinn Nelson Long As we move into the Halloween season, our intern, Jordinn Nelson Long, invites us to consider what spooks us. From spiders to things that go bump in the night, humans are wired to pay attention to what might harm […]

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Service, September 28, 11:15 am

“Sharing the Journey” with Coming of Age Youth As Unitarian Universalists, we are challenged to search for our own truth and meaning. Our Coming of Age program is a launch pad to the lifelong process of building a personal faith and a life practicing that faith. Our COA youth will share their personal beliefs at […]

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Service, September 21, 11:15 am

“Harvest Home” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons Today summer officially ends; the earth balances on daylight and nighttime, and the autumn’s advancing darkness begins to gather.  What does harvest actually mean to us, here in America’s heartland, now that Missouri has “the right to farm,”  especially to those of us who are city dwellers?

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Service, September 14, 11:15 am

“The World as We Know It” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons How are we to understand the increase of oppressive power and irrational violence around the globe, as well as in our own nation and state? Is change inevitable and at what price? We will welcome Jordinn Nelson-Long, our new Ministerial Intern, and a special offering […]

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