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December 2019

December 29: “Soapbox Sunday” with Friends & Fans of the All Souls Forum

December 29, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

All Soulsers tend to think, argue, complain, praise, and pontificate upon multifarious topics--right? Volunteer for your very own 4 or 5 minute speech at the All Souls Forum the last Sunday in December. Contact Rita Norton at ritajnorton@energyremod.org.

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December 29: “Golden Oldie” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

December 29, 2019 @ 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Rev. Gibbons will present again a sermon preached on a previous occasion, chosen by the congregation as worthy of being heard again. Watch the weekly Flicker to learn which of the nominated sermons got the most votes! We will light Kwanzaa candles, and the offering will support the All Souls annual budget. Click here to watch streaming video on Sunday mornings at 11:15. Click here to find the YouTube channel and archives. All Souls General Budget is the recipient of…

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January 2020

January 5: “Birds & Bees of Climate Change” with Tom Tortorich

January 5 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Climate change statistics are often warnings and catastrophic predictions. While the Earth's climate is in a precarious situation, it's time to focus on positive trends that have been developing. Tom Tortorich has trained with Project Drawdown: 100 Ways to Reverse Global Warming, and is the founder of Authentic Kansas City.

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Sunday Plus Lunch

January 5 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Join us this Sunday for lunch. If you are a visitor and this is your first lunch with us, then lunch is on us. Members and frequent visitors the price is $7 for an individual and $20 for a family.

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January 12: “Anatomy of a School Shooting” with Carrah Quigley

January 12 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Carrah Quigley is a Spiritual Humanist, international speaker, emerging thought leader, and daughter of a school shooter. She lectures on a wide range of topics including spirituality, U.S. culture, feminism, earth-centered living, beauty, school shootings, art, music, history, and the future of Humanism. https://youtu.be/4YSvSOUl0Wo

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January 12: “Transcending the Supernatural God” with Rev. Jill Jarvis

January 12 @ 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

What if saying “no” to the God of supernatural illusion isn’t the end of the story? We want our lives to matter, as we yearn for comfort in our suffering and hope that justice for all might someday prevail. How might the ancient power and resonance of “God” affirm all we know about modern science, and still provide what we humans need to save ourselves and transform our world? Click here to watch streaming video on Sunday mornings at 11:15.…

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The Final Yulebock

January 12 @ 12:15 pm

January 12th 12:15 PM Conover Join us for the final Yulebock of the season. We will don our Norse helmuts, eat, drink and burn the goat. There will be a fire on the Patio, burning of the straw Goat, marshmallows for kids and young at heart to roast over the open fire, Hot Chocolate, Hot Cider, & Hot Coffee. And we hope some delicious munchies & finger foods. https://youtu.be/fZjclhlewv0  

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January 19: Martin Luther King, Jr., “Beyond VietNam” with Joseph Davis

January 19 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Martin Luther King's 1963 "I Have a Dream" speech is arguably his most famous. Nevertheless, King's 4 April 1967 "Beyond VietNam" speech, much less familiar, demonstrates clarity and insight that world citizens should recognize. After brief reminders of relevant history, Joseph Davis will read a major cutting from "Beyond VietNam: A Time to Break Silence."

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January 19: “Emotional Labor” with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

January 19 @ 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

One of the manifestations of cultural privilege is the ability to make other people responsible for all the educating, accommodating, and protecting feelings that goes into maintaining a relationship. When a marginalized person asks for a more equal balance, it may feel unreasonably demanding to those who have been historically centered. As we remember the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., how can we better understand what is at stake in this process? The choir will sing, and the…

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Visitor and New Member Enrichment Class | Leadership and Respectful Practices

January 19 @ 12:45 pm - 2:15 pm

Join the Committee on Ministry to learn more about how All Souls and the Unitarian Universalist's faith incorporate Leadership and Respectful Practices into our everyday practice. This is also a great time to ask questions. Either regarding the topic or other topics you've been thinking about. Please click here to RSVP membershipallsouls@gmail.com.

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