Join us for Service at 10:30am
Thriving Conflict and Thriving Community: Conflict is inevitable, but healthy conflict is not. Rev. Joel Miller examines the intersection of imagination and empathy in a healthy community that provides space for many views in one space, as well as good conflict resolution.
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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
Petition for Healthcare Justice
We invite the community, particularly clergy, medical professionals, and leaders across the country – especially in Indiana – to join us in solidarity to call for public accountability and justice in the loss of Dr. Susan Moore and Dr. Chaniece Wallace, by adding your digital signature to this document. We will share your names as a part of this petition and larger campaign for addressing and dismantling systemic racism in our public health system.
A Thanks From Coburn Place
Coburn Place says a big “Thank You” to All Souls
We delivered a carload of groceries, bedding, cleaning products, and other household items to the grateful folks at Coburn. Your generosity went a long way in stocking their shelves so patrons can easily access needed household items. Along with the materials dropped off, we had our best year ever of SCRIP card donations…. $1250 in grocery, fuel, food, and bus passes! WOW! This delivery shows that although we are distanced, we are still able to come together to help others. Thank you to everyone for putting your faith into action this Christmas season, the folks at Coburn Really Appreciate You!
Out of The Box!–A contest Submissions accepted until February
Churches everywhere are struggling with how to stay relevant, and continue to meet the needs of younger people–and we are no exception. All Souls received a grant to foster engagement with younger adults–ages 18 through late 30’s. Do you have a program idea that might meed young adult needs, that you would really like to facilitate?