All Souls Kansas City

Sunday Mornings

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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Forum, October 19, 10:00 am

“The Brownback Referendum” with Burdett Loomis, PhD This November election in Kansas is the most important in the past half-century or more. Dr. Loomis is Professor of Political Science at KU and will give us some late-campaign analysis.

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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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Forum, October 12, 10:00 am

“Media, Capitalism and the Environment” with David Barsamian Threats to the planet are growing in spite of legislation like the Clean Water Act and an agency named for Environmental Protection.  As global warming accelerates and carbon-fueled capitalism shows itself incapable of making necessary changes to protect the planet, we need to think about a different […]

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Forum, October 5, 10:00 am

“Violence Seen as an Infectious Disease” with Rex Archer N.D, MP H Director of the Department of Health, Kansas City, Mo.   Should violence be viewed as a contagious disease? This is the contention of some experts in the field. Dr. Rex Archer will discuss how violence is spread from one person to another, how […]

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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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Forum, September 28, 10:00 am

“Rails Risky Business” with Mike Hendricks Mike Hendricks has been a columnist and reporter for the Kansas City Star for nearly 30 years, covering business and agriculture. He will update his extensive reporting on the dangers of lightly regulated railroad traffic through Kansas City, potentially exposing adjacent neighborhoods to toxic chemicals.

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“The World as We Know It,” Rev. Kendyl Gibbons, September 14, 2014

Click on the following to download the text of the sermon: The World as We Know It

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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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