2020 Religious Education
All Souls is part of a team of five UU congregations offering adult learning and community online this year. We’re calling it “UU University.”
Join with UUs from Pennsylvania, Missouri, Oregon, and Massachusetts to learn UU history, explore poetry, discuss episodes of the NBC show “The Good Place,” and more.
Some classes meet monthly all year, some meet weekly over six weeks, and all offer a combination of Zoom calls for live interaction and a dedicated space on our Mighty Networks site (a private social site, like Facebook but only for our congregations and without ads) to talk between calls and to share responses to discussion questions, photo prompts, and more.
Visit and Click here for website and scroll down to find the Google Doc with our class listings, pick out what you’re interested in, and use the registration form to sign up.
Once you’re registered, use the “Request to Join” button to start signing up for the Mighty Network so you can begin exploring. Come light up your world this year!
Rev. Kendyl Gibbons will be offering two classes starting in September. Since we are still practicing physical distancing and keep the building closed, these courses will be offered on our Zoom channel.
Sign up for the classes you are interested in and we will send you updates and any changes in schedule.
Register Here For the September Classes by Rev Kendyl Gibbons:
All Souls offers ongoing educational events available to the public at all ages and levels of education.
The Painting Group continues to meet on Tuesday mornings in Conover. Keeping socially distant. Newcomers are welcome to join us from 10:00 to noon. Contact Roxie Jones
Agnostics AA Meeting: Tues & Thurs, 7-8 pm, Lower Level; Fri & Sat, noon
Gnawing for Knowledge: Wednesdays, noon: philosophical discussion.
Adult RE with Rev. Kendyl Gibbons: Wednesdays, 1pm-2: 30 pm. In the meeting room.
Humanist Book Club: meets the second Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. September through May in Grace Hall Library. We read and discuss books that are selected by the group. We show a movie in June and do not meet in July or August. All are Welcome! Co-chairs: Marilyn Carpenter and Carol Harsin
For questions, contact the All Souls office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Classes are open to everyone on a first-come, first served basis. Class size is based on course focus and available classroom space. Classes are subject to cancellation if there are an insufficient number of registrants.
All Souls has a wide range of adult classes. Many classes for August are cancelled. When classes are back in session please consider checking out one of the following classes:
Agnostics AA meets in the evenings Tuesday 7-8:30, Thursday and Friday 6-7:30, and on Saturday afternoon 2-6.
Art in Context with Peggy Schrock meets in our community connection Zoom room, starting Friday, July 10 at 1-2:30. Virtual.
The Bell Choir meets on Monday evening at 7.
The All Souls Humanist Book Club takes the summer off. When they meet again they will discuss “Where the Crawdads Sing”. They meet the second Monday at 7 PM.
Gnawing for Knowledge is meeting virtually every Wednesday at noon. They enjoy a philosophic discussion. New members are welcome. Contact Dave Black to participate in the virtual meetings.
Our Hunger & Outreach Team is a group of volunteers who make sandwiches and casseroles for the homeless and food underserved. They meet the first and third Thursday evenings each month at 5:30. They have workstations in Conover and following safety guidelines. Contact Mark Gibbons.
The Useful Technology group normally meets on Tuesdays at 6 PM.
Women’s Sacred Circle meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday’s from 3:30-5:30. Here women share in a safe and confidential environment. For more information contact Carolyn Connor.
Yoga is held every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5:30-6:30. Contact Marilyn Carpenter.