All Souls Kansas City

Sunday Mornings

UU Forum, November 23, 10:00 am

“Expose and Close – Outrage in Artesia” with Panel The Obama Administration is holding about 700 Central American women & children in a small desert town in New Mexico under poor conditions and without due process. Volunteers who traveled to Artesia to provide legal services will update us on progress in getting the families released […]

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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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UU Forum, November 16, 10:00 am

“Kansas City Mental Health Initiatives” with Theresa Reyes-Cummings & Jennifer Wilding Theresa is Dir. of Program Development, Jackson Co. Community Mental Health Fund and a specialist in training for Mental Health First Aid.  Jennifer is the organizer of KC’s Creating Community Solutions, part of the National Dialogue on Mental Health.  They will cover KC area mental […]

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Global Economy, October 26, Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

To download the sermon, click on the following: Global Economy – UN Sunday

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“Where to Find Confidence,” October 19, Rev. Kendyl Gibbons

To download the sermon, click on the following: Where to Find Confidence

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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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Forum, November 9, 10:00 am

“Barriers to Seeking Help as Perceived by Abused Elder Women” with  Dr. Frederick Newman Dr. Newman is Professor Emeritus of Health Policy and Management. at Robert Stempel College of Public Health at Florida International University.  He will describe his study of 447 abused elder women in south Florida and their perception of barriers to seeking […]

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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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Forum, October 26, 10:00 am

“Some Surprising U.S. Presidents” with Max Skidmore Conventional impressions of presidential history–Lincoln was superb, Pierce was disastrous–hold up to scrutiny.  Others, not so well.  Were Presidents of the Gilded Age subjugated by Congress? Did Reagan end the Cold War?  Was “Obamacare” rammed through without Congress reading it?  Some surprising answers.  Dr. Skidmore, UMKC Professor of […]

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