Welcome to All Souls!
Welcome, one and all, to All Souls Unitarian Universalist religious community. We welcome you, whatever your tradition, gender, race, class, sexual orientation, or age. Worship services are followed by coffee and cookies downstairs at 12:15 p.m. Please join us for fellowship to meet our dynamic congregants and to visit the Welcome table for nametags, information about weekly programming and the newcomer orientation. We are glad you want to explore our community of faith, and we are committed to providing you with resources to guide your journey.
Our vibrant congregational life groups and service and outreach groups host a variety of events, meetings, and programs that are open and welcoming to all. All Souls ministers are never too busy to talk with you and are there for you for support and guidance.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Leesha Alemu, Membership and Administrative Assistant.
Membership at All Souls
Membership deepens your relationship with the congregation, its history, and its future. The process of becoming a member includes learning about All Souls history and vision, signing the membership registry and make a personally meaningful financial commitment to All Souls. A major spiritual benefit of becoming a member is that of being part of something larger than yourself: a two hundred years old congregation constantly working towards the betterment of individuals and the world around us.
Members are eligible to participate in the decision-making process practiced in our self-governed congregations. We encourage prospective members to attend special programming designed especially for those new to our congregation and to set up a time to personally meet with Senior Minister Galen Guengerich.
To learn more about membership, please contact Leesha Alemu.