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Service: “To Learn the Future” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

Click here to start at the sermon. Let me give you fair warning; this lies in store for all of us, whatever your current age may be. If you live long enough – and it doesn’t have to be all that long; probably well before you are ready for it – children take over the […]

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Congratulations to our 2018-2019 Board of Trustees

At the Annual Meeting Cheryl Westra, Barbara Bemis, Andrea Jonson, Julie Koehler, and David Robinson were voted onto the board by the congregation. Immediately following the meeting, the board elected its President and Vice President. Please visit the Board of Trustees’ page. 

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Flame Test

Read the newsletter in the window below or click on the following to download the newsletter: February FLAME 2018 

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NOW AVAILABLE for $15–Tending the Flame: A history of Liberal Religion in Kansas City

Tending the Flame: A History of Liberal Religion in Kansas City is a comprehensive history of All Souls UU Church —  the years of success and the  years of disaster (natural and man-made); the ministers — much loved and respected, and others largely forgotten. You can pick it up at church for $15 or if you […]

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“The Giver and the Gift” December 24, 2017, with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

A Humanist perspective on the story of Ebeneezer Scrooge and the meaning of Christmas in a secular society. Charles Dickens was a Unitarian, with a shrewd understanding of human psychology, and the transformation that occurs in his Christmas ghost story is anything but supernatural. This morning will be a time for thoughtful reflection amid the […]

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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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–Space Requests

Simple Room Reservations for meetings can be Made at this link. This is perfect when all you need is a room for a meeting with little to no special requests.   Space Reservations for events can be made at this link. Use this link when planning a meeting that will need more logistics like multiple […]

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“The Thin Veneer,” November 8, 2015, Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

Our own Unitarian hero Theodore Parker said it, back before America’s civil war, in a sermon on the moral condition of Boston: What keeps you from a course of crime?  Your Morality?  Your Religion?  Is it?  Take away your property, your home, your friends, the respect of respectable people; take away what you have received […]

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“And Know the Place for the First Time,” September 20, 2015, Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

    I have always had an odd appetite for spiritual absurdities.  Little cultural quirks that no one else worries about engage my radar, and appear to me full of unsuspected meaning.  For instance, did you know that this coming February, in San Francisco, will occur the 50th Superbowl game?  Maybe you did.  But did […]

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