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    

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September 22: “Headed To Hell”
In 1907, Dr. Frank Scott Corey Wicks, All Souls’ longest serving minister, delivered a sermon “Good Men In Hell”, that was reprinted the next day in the Indianapolis Star and published and reprinted by the American Unitarian Association over thirty times. It was among the most widely circulated Unitarian sermons, and posited the idea that the Unitarian mandate was to go to troubled places and be with troubled people. Where would we go and whom would we be with if we lived this mandate today? Rev. Anastassia preaching.

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UU Fall Retreat 2019, October 18-20, 2019

Please join us for a wonderful UU weekend at our 45th All Souls Retreat to Lutheran Hills Camp in the beautiful autumn colors of Brown County.
With singing, square dancing, hiking, paddling on the lake, pumpkin carving, camp fires, shared meals, workshops, games and general frolicking in the Hills of Brown County, the Retreat is all about getting away from the hustle and bustle. Do as much or as little as you like.
The registration fee includes meals, lodging and all activities. Register here.
Want to be part of making the Fall Retreat 2019 fun and enriching? We are looking for volunteers to teach new skills like getting your hands dirty tying knots, making candles, cooking pancakes over an open fire, and drawing.
We will also have more contemplative activities. Do you have a favorite spiritual practice to share with the group? We are seeking folks to offer sessions on topics such as yoga, reading as a spiritual practice, meditation, prayer, dancing, singing, etc – anything that you love and find spiritually nourishing.
Please contact Tom Mulcahy if you’re interested and available. For other questions, ideas, and volunteering please email Sarah Cannon at

Seeking Pastoral Care Associate

ASUC is in a time of growth and spiritual innovation. The incoming Coordinator of Pastoral Care will have significant ability to shape and extend our pastoral care offerings.  In collaboration with a dedicated staff and team, the Coordinator of Pastoral Care will guide existing pastoral care programs while envisioning new experiences for our congregation as we continue our commitment to grow with one another.     Our membership currently stands at 260 and we are committed to growing our community and community engagement significantly in the next five years.  We are looking for a Coordinator of Pastoral Care to help us fulfill our pastoral care goals. How to apply:  E-mail resume to: until job is filled. Click here for more info.

    Seeking Coordinator of Adult Faith Formation

    ASUC is seeking an energetic, strategic, organized person with a creative, communal spirit who holds that respecting the inherent worth and dignity of every person and recognizing the interdependent web of life will lead to the creation of Beloved Community. ASUC believes that Beloved Community is one of total relatedness requiring courage, empathic presence, and perseverance. We seek a Coordinator of Adult Faith Formation who is empathetic, courageous, and committed to growing the faith of our diverse, welcoming congregation. We welcome all applicants. How to apply:  E-mail resume to: until job is filled. Click here for more info.