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Upcoming Services

May 28 Rev. Dr. Kathy Hurt, our transition consultant, returns with another service.


June 4 Frances Mercer

Music, Music Every Where

Every element of this service will be infused with music—singing and playing—all are invited to bring drums and any other musical instruments or sound makers they enjoy creating music with, including hands for clapping and voices for singing, humming, whistling.  We will experience the deepening of spiritual wisdom and joy created by the combination of music and words in our UU hymns and other music created by individuals, small groups, and all of us during our Sunday gatherings.


June 11 Frances Mercer

Celebrating Our Congregation with Flowers—Flower Communion Sunday

followed by the  Annual Congregational Meeting.  Flower Communion Services have been held at All Souls and other UU communities for many years.  This is the Centennial of the first Flower Community created by Rev. Norbert Capek, who founded the Unitarian Church in Prague, Czechoslovakia. He introduced this special service to that church on June 4, 1923. The Flower Communion Service celebrates the strength and vitality of community derived from diversity—the coming together of individuals of all ages with unique talents, differences, and perspectives to create a warm, supportive, nurturing and inclusive spiritual community.  FOR THE FLOWER COMMUNION, EACH PERSON IS INVITED TO BRING A FLOWER FROM GARDEN OR YARD OR THE ROADSIDE OR EVEN A STORE.


June 18 Frances Mercer

Being a Good Neighbor—Reaching Out

Why should we as All Souls be good neighbors and how might we as All Souls become the good neighbors we aspire to be.  What is spiritual — meaningful and life engaging — about being good neighbors?  Bring your stories and thoughts to share — when have you been a good neighbor or had a good neighbor, do you think All Souls is a good neighbor.


June 25 Joanne Harter

Blessing of the Animals

Followed by Annual Potluck All Souls Picnic.  This service has become a tradition.  It will be conducted outside around the Peace Pole.  Participants are invited to bring pets that they wish to be blessed.  If bringing your pet is not best, you can bring a picture (some had pictures on their phones) or some other symbol (stuffed animal/favorite toy) for the animal.  There will also be cards you can write the pet’s name on.  The service is to honor all animals, not just our pets, for their contributions and importance to the world.  


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