What are Unitarian Universalists?

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.

Harvest The Power Justice Convergence and Teach In, Nov. 19-26

In 2016, Unitarian Universalists voted to pay special attention to learning our history and rethinking Thanksgiving in the year 2020, in observance of the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims landing in Plymouth. Harvest the Power, inspired by Jim Scott’s hymn “Gather the Spirit”, is a six week confluence of Unitarian Universalist Justice ministries (that began Oct. 21) to deepen our relationships, draw on the sources of wholeness and strength in which we are rooted, and move together in powerful ways for justice.
Events include a ceremony for the Transgender day of Remembrance, A Native Foodways event, and events on dismantling White supremacy. Full slate of events and registration found here.

Adult Forum Returns! December 6, 9-10am

Adult forum provides All Souls members, friends, and visitors the opportunity to participate in group conversations about current events and humanist topics.  The underlying purpose of these conversations is to share ideas about how we can promote social and economic justice and broaden our understanding of the world around us.
We will be discussing what What religious pluralism means in a UU context. All are welcome! Zoom link here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88026267024
  Candidates for Nominations and Leadership Committee It is our pleasure to introduce the two candidates for a three year term on the Leadership and Nominations Committee: Marty Pearlman and Cindy Lorentson Cook. Candidates will be confirmed at our Fall Congregational Meeting, scheduled for Sunday, Dec 13, 2020. Full bios can be found here.