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Our Interim Minister: Rev. Joel Miller

Hello All Souls Indianapolis! I am so looking forward to the interim ministry we will be doing together. I have seen our congregations save lives. Every congregation is saving lives in some way: perhaps a UU Youth group, a LGBTQ  choir concert, and certainly in all the connections sustaining us through joy and tragedy. And we save something more more than our lives We save this miracle the earth come alive witnessing and wondering with the universe this web of life from which we emerged and will return. I’m  grateful to be in this conversation with you about ministry, congregations in transition, and about our Living Tradition, Unitarian  Universalism.
-Rev. Joel Miller

Our Beliefs

Love in Action
To welcome all. To lead with love. To embrace hope. To cultivate community. To challenge assumptions. To face our biases and prejudices with clear eyes. To spark positive change within ourselves and in our communities. To act in ways that help move the arc of the universe toward justice.

All Souls Fall Retreat! 10am-2pm October 16, All Souls Lawn

We will have all our old Brown-county favorites: s’mores, pumpkin carving, and crafts. Child-friendly activities abound, and all ages welcome. There will be food from YATS, the chance to participate in a community mural, or simply sit with each other and catch up. Please bring a picnic blanket or lawn chairs for yourself or your family, as we will be spreading out and eating in “pods” on the lawn.
Rough Schedule for Retreat Day
10:15 Elizabeth Valencia will lead us in an opening
10:30 Various activities are available including
-Name Tag station
-Community Mural (For Adults and children)
-Pumpkin Carving
-Standing loom with nature objects
10:30-11:30 Shelter Building with Sarah
11:30-12:00 Sound Meditation/Breathwork workshop
12:30-1:30 Lunch
1:30 Clean-up and joyful noise closing

What are Unitarian Universalists?

Your Ministerial Search Committee has two important announcements:

  • Plan to join a few members of your MSC on one of the dates listed below to provide your input. Please email Judy Lumbert at to register for a meeting.
Sunday, October 17th: 12:00- 1:30 PM (in person only) /Tuesday, October 19th: 10:00- 11:30 AM (in-person only) /Wednesday, October 27th: 6:00- 7:30 PM (in person and via Zoom)
  • Join us on October 23rd for the Beyond Categorical Thinking workshop offered by the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) for congregations involved in the search for a new minister.

Grief Group for Those Who have Lost Spouses

If you have lost a spouse due to divorce or death and would like a place to process your experience and share with others who have gone through a similar struggle, please email Nasreen at Mike Middleton and Diane O’Brien will be facilitating a bereavement chalice circle for 14 weeks, bi monthly. The timing of the gatherings will be decided by poll once a core group is formed. The group will focus on an open question each meeting and cover a range of topics, from remarriage to emotional health.