People come to All Souls seeking connection, meaning, and shared purpose. We hope you find these with us. We are diverse in faith and spirituality, committed to building a diverse, welcoming, multicultural Beloved Community, and a joyous, justice-seeking people who express our compassion in tangible ways. – Rev. Anastassia Zinke, Minister
Upcoming Worship (Sundays, 10:30am)
April 28: “Illusions of Safety” This morning, we hear from Igor Volsky, Executive Director and founder of Guns Down, a national campaign to end gun violence. Together, we will confront the reality of just how many lives gun violence has claimed—and how it has affected the lives of our children and youth so profoundly. Whose safety is being sacrifices, and what realities and illusions of safety are preventing us from making real change? Join us for the Guns Down Town Hall after service.
Last Week’s Sermon: “Easter is the Salvation Story Needed for the Earth” by Rev. Anastassia Zinke
Join Us for Easter!
We will begin the morning with worship at 10:30am. Details available on this page. As an act of ritual recommitment, we will also celebrate our Unitarian Flower Communion. Please bring one flower per person. This is a multigenerational service, so all ages will celebrate together. After service, families and children will move outdoors for an Easter Egg hunt on the lawn. Discovered eggs may be brought into the Atrium and turned in for a reward of chocolate and supplies for seed-planting to celebrate and generate life. Please have your child come to church prepared with a bag or basket for egg-gathering! Middle school youth will be hiding the eggs. High school youth will be organizing coffee hour in order to raise money for their Boston Trip, less than two months away!