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This Sunday

Galen Guengerich

Sunday Services at 10:00 and 11:15 a.m. in the Sanctuary

"May I Have Your Attention?"
Sermon By Galen Guengerich

 

   

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Childcare available

Introducing our interim faith leaders for the Ministerial Transition


AlexandroWe are excited to introduce two exceptionally dynamic faith leaders who will each serve in part-time capacities in the coming year, filling the roles during our Ministerial Search transition year that Rev. Lissa Gundlach’s departure will leave vacant. The Rev. Nancy O. Arnold will serve as our part-time Interim Assistant Minister for Pastoral Care and Congregational Life, and Betty Jeanne Rueters-Ward will serve as our interim part-time Program Director for Young Adult, Advocacy, and Outreach Programs.

Pastoral Care Resource Guide Available


All Souls' Lay Pastoral Associates have compiled the Pastoral Care Resource Guide - a free guide for seniors and their caregivers in need of social services or health information and assistance. The focus is on resources that serve seniors in Manhattan. Click here to learn more.

Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn - Tuesday, April 21


Please join us for a fascinating and informative discussion with these Pulitzer Prize- winning authors. Nicholas Kristof, an Op-Ed columnist for the New York Times, and his wife Sheryl WuDunn, a banker, journalist and TED lecturer, have dedicated their lives to advocating for those without the resources to advocate for themselves. They will be receiving the 7th Forrest Church Award, presented by the Heart & Soul Charitable Fund.

Musica Viva Presents "One Light" - Sunday, May 3


Join us Sunday, May 3 for Musica Viva’s final concert of this season: One Light: Spiritual and Gospel Traditions. The concert will feature the New York premiere of Luminosity by James Whitbourn, and a new work by Bora Yoon commissioned for this concert. The Musica Viva chorus will be joined by the Riverside Inspirational Choir, lead by Nedra Neal, in a joyful performance which explores the realization of one universal community with the common language of music. Click here for tickets and info.

We are a religious community

  • In the experience of worship, we gather to contemplate the mystery of God, interpret the wisdom of religion, and explore the insights of science. Our purpose is to awaken our sense of the sacred and renew our resolve to transform ourselves and our world.
  • As human beings, we all emerge from the same Source and share the same Destiny. As a community of faith, we make shared commitments and offer mutual support. As indivi­duals, we each bear responsibility for our own beliefs and actions.
  • We practice a discipline of gratitude, by which we acknowledge our utter dependence on the people and world around us, and we practice an ethic of gratitude, by which we accept our obligation to nurture others and the world in return.

A Welcoming Congregation

From the UUA website:
"In 1987 the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) established the Common Vision Planning Committee. This committee found many negative attitudes, deep prejudices, and profound ignorance about bisexual, gay, and lesbian people, which resulted in the exclusion of bisexual, gay, and lesbian people from their churches. As a result of these findings, the delegates of the 1989 UUA General Assembly voted overwhelmingly to initiate the Welcoming Congregation program to educate its members....The Welcoming Congregation Program is a completely volunteer program for congregations that see a need to become more inclusive towards bisexual, gay, lesbian, and/or transgender people."

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New to All Souls?

If you are interested in finding out more about our congregation, join us for our three part Path to Membership series: Welcome to All Souls, Connecting to All Souls, and Committing to All Souls. The workshops will explore our congregation and history, the principles and spiritual practices of Unitarian Universalism, and how you can find your place in the All Souls community.

 

 

 

 

To register for a workshop, contact the church at (212)535-5530.

 

 

 

 

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Unitarian Church of All Souls

1157 Lexington Avenue, New York NY 10075
Phone: (212) 535-5530 | Fax: (212) 535-5641
info@allsoulsnyc.org

Unitarian Church of All Souls

1157 Lexington Avenue, New York NY 10075
Phone: (212) 535-5530 | Fax: (212) 535-5641

info@allsoulsnyc.org

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