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Weekly Programs for our Families, Members, & Friends!
Wednesday Connections Returns!
On the Lawn & on Zoom through October 21, 6 to 7 p.m.
If you plan to attend in-person, on the Lawn, you must complete this form the day of.
Join us for community activities on the All Souls campus and Karyn Marsh, our intern minister, will host our online community for an hour of connection. Register for our Wendsday Connections Zoom: bit.ly
On the lawn, enjoy Yoga for Every Body with Stackie Beckert and move to Body Percussion with Jeff Porter! Our Shawl Ministry welcomes all levels of fabric artists!
To attend Wednesday Connections on the Lawn, everyone must register online and follow all safety protocols. Families will participate and stay together, physically distanced from others. Masks are required at all times. No bathrooms or building entry.
Family, Children's & Youth Programs
2020-2021 Children’s & Youth Registration | Click Here to Register
Sundays | 9 a.m. | allsoulschurch.org/live & All Souls Facebook
Join Shannon for a full, Family Chapel experience with hymns, songs, prayer, and children’s book reading. Find the Chapel or Sunday School message you need, when you need it on our Facebook Playlist!
Virtual Sunday School
Sundays | 9:30 a.m. | Register: bit.ly/asucvss
Geared toward kids in grades K – 5, their siblings and families. We will create rituals, tells stories, share our glads and sads, and get to know each other better. Come as soon as Family Chapel ends.
Grades 6 – 12
Middle School, High School & Coming of Age
Sundays in September
Middle School | 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
High School | 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Coming of Age | 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.
Good News! We have received permission to meet as a group on the All Souls West Playground with social distancing protocols in place for Middle School Group, Coming of Age and Youth. For the month of September we will be meeting on the playground during our designated times so that we can begin our spiritual journey this new year together. Masks, social distancing and responsible behavior are a must! Also, in order to participate you must register online. It is important that we get to know ourselves as well as each other in person. Besides, you probably need a ZOOM break right?
Register for Children’s and Youth Programming: bit.ly/CYPReg
Register for Sunday’s Youth Event: bit.ly/ASYEvent
Youth Dungeons & Dragons Zoom!
Saturdays | 1 p.m. | Zoom: https://bit.ly/asucdnd
New players welcome! Middle & High School ages only.
Parents as Sexual Educators
Sundays | 3:30 p.m. | Register: bit.ly/asucpase
In a small group setting, adults explore their roles as the most important sexuality educators their children will have. Ten 75-minute sessions invite parents and caregivers to explore their role as the primary sexuality educators of their elementary through teen age children. Registration is required. Class size is limited.
Talking to Our Children – Understanding for Ourselves
2nd Wednesdays | 7:30 p.m. | Register: bit.ly/asucthemes
Our ministers lead us in a monthly discussion on the important things in life as exemplified through our church-wide themes. September’s theme is “Faith.”
Home & Virtual School Parent Pajama Party
Thursdays | 8:30 p.m. | Zoom: bit.ly/asucpjs
Come share your questions and what’s working for you, and see what solutions we can help each other create. We’ll meet weekly at this time and Zoom space. Check out the “Equitable Home Education Resources and Support” Facebook group for more resources and information.
Sunday Coffee on Zoom
9:30-12 p.m. | Zoom: bit.ly/asucsundaycoffee
We miss seeing you before & after service. Drop in anytime during our Coffee Hours so we can see each other, visit, and connect! Our members and friends are welcome to watch the services while in the zoom.
Sundays | 1 p.m. | Register to join: bit.ly/sundaycircle
Joe Nurre & Dan Piazzola moderates this conversational ministry from a spiritual point of view, governed by a commitment to our covenant.
All Souls Reads with Rev. Gerald Davis
2nd Sundays | 1:30 p.m. | Register: bit.ly/ASRSunday
2nd Wednesdays | 7 p.m. | Register: bit.ly/ASRWednesday
All Souls Reads is a book discussion group that explores the human condition when encountering and overcoming oppressive circumstance. October’s selection is My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies by Resmaa Menakem.
Sundays | 3 p.m. | Register to join: bit.ly/asucsundaysalon
Joe Nurre moderates this weekly forum on current events. All opinions are respected, few questions are answered, and all answers are questioned.
Foundations of Unitarian Universalism
Sundays, September 27 – October 18 | 3:15 – 4:45 p.m. | Register: bit.ly/UUFoundations
Join Senior Minister Marlin Lavanhar on this four-week exploration of the roots of Unitarianism and Universalism and how they came together to form the basis of Love Beyond Belief that we experience at All Souls today.
UU the Vote | Join the movement with All Souls!
Tuesdays – September 1, 15, 29 October 13 & 27 | 4 – 5:30 pm | Register: bit.ly/voteuu
All Souls UU the Vote is a nonpartisan team taking action to ensure that our democracy reflects our UU values of justice, equity, and compassion. Current projects include spreading understanding of Oklahoma’s voting process in 2020 and phone banking/texting/sending postcards to voters traditionally targeted by voter suppression efforts nationwide. New faces are always welcome. Bring your passion and your righteous anger and we’ll help you find a meaningful way to focus it!
Sunday Circle on Wednesday
Social & Support Programs
Men of All Souls
Tuesdays | 7 p.m. | Zoom: bit.ly/allsoulsmen
Men of All Souls offers the opportunity for those who identify as men to get acquainted and to deepen their bonds.
Women of All Souls Zoom!
Tuesdays | 7 p.m. | Zoom: bit.ly/allsoulswomen
Gather virtually with those who identify as women to discuss the trials, triumphs and tribulations of the times.
All Souls Trekkers: Cancer Advocacy and Support
Wednesdays | 5:30 p.m. | Zoom: bit.ly/astrekkers
Trekkers is a educational, advocacy support group open to all who are affected by the cancer experience, including care givers.
All Souls recognizes the dignity and worth of every person.
To experience All Souls is to experience one of the most diverse communities in Tulsa.
We provide tools to help you navigate racial identity, cultural differences, and internal bias.
Shadz (Formerly Mosaic)
SHADZ (Formerly Mosaic) is a racial identity group for people of color which equips participants with tools to effectively challenge racism and develop allies across racial lines.
For more information, email email@example.com.
REWIRE is a racial identity group for white people to unlearn racism. Participants explore racial identity formation and learn how to be effective allies for racial justice. Registration required.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
We celebrate music’s power to stir, express and unify the deepest feelings of our hearts.
Music knows no linguistic barrier.
Music is one of the most powerful ways we experience Love Beyond Belief.
All Souls is one of a few churches in Oklahoma with a fully-graded choir program—with choirs for young children through adults!
David B. Smith, Executive Director of Worship
Rick Fortner, Director of Music
Libby Sublett, Cherub & Children’s Choir Director
Mike McCrary, Organist
Matt Edwards, Percussionist
All Souls musicians and choir members strive for excellence.
Wherever you feel your talent or experience level lies, there is a place for you!
Our music program is committed to spiritual growth and education.
Child care is provided for all choir functions and rehearsals. A commitment to regular rehearsals and performances is required for all choirs.
From sacred to popular Jazz, our music is as diverse as our singers and their ranges.
All Souls Adult Choir is open to everyone. A vocal assessment is required.
Email Rick Fornter to schedule your vocal assessment today.
Women In Song Ensemble
Open to all women. Led by Caitlin Norton.
Rehearsals and placements Wednesdays, 7:00 p.m.
New Dimensions Chorale
New Dimensions Chorale brings a powerful and lively component to All Souls services. For vocal placements, email David B. Smith.
YAVE is open to all. YAVE’s repertoire is eclectic including gospel, jazz, and pop, and occasional classical and sacred music. YAVE often performs with professional instrumental and vocal musicians from the greater Tulsa area.
Cherubs, Children's and Youth Music Program (CCYC)
As an extension of our <link>Children’s Religious Exploration<link>, our CCYC program offers a high-quality music education and opportunities for children to learn about their own talents, interests, and forms of self-expression. CCYC fosters personal growth and the development of life skills through travel, study, teamwork, and excellence in performance.
All children are welcome to join our three CCYC choirs. Vocal Placements can happen at any of the scheduled rehearsals:
Cherub Choir: K-3rd grades
Wednesdays, 6:00 to 6:45 p.m.
Children’s Choir: 4th-7th grades
Sundays & Wednesdays, 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Youth Choir: 8th-12th grades
Sundays, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
CCYC Choir Board
The CCYC Board consists of parent volunteers who oversee event planning, coordinate trip funding, and assist the choir director in annual fundraising events. Parent support is a vital part of the Children’s and Youth Choir program.
Children’s & Youth Programs
We believe Not in indoctrinating children,
but rather strive to encourage our children’s natural curiosity
about the world they live in and will inherit.
Most Sundays, Our Children’s and Youth program offers three hours of crafted curriculum and activities designed to foster lifelong exploration of religious thought, values, and spiritual development. All programs—for children, youth, and adults—promote learning and personal development by means of free inquiry, mutual respect, and responsible behavior. To foster this development, we offer age appropriate programs for your children.
As a safety measure, we require that all children and youth attending CYP are checked-in upon arrival and checked-out upon leaving
Children’s Religious Exploration (CRE) for ages 0 to 18
Held most Sundays
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
In addition to an ethics-based curriculum there are opportunities for community (snack and social time), reflection (children’s chapel), and creative spiritual expressions. Children can explore the church-wide, monthly theme through the activity of their choice.
Coming of Age (COA) 9th Grade
10:00 a.m. and end times very
During this seminal year, the Coming of Age program facilitates each student’s exploration of their religious identity and seeks to cultivate a life-long interest in their religious growth. COA youth can attend the Vision QUUest campout in the fall and travel to Boston for our annual Coming of Age Pilgrimage over spring Break.
The year-long program culminates in the presentation of individual credo statements to the congregation on Coming of Age Sunday.
Youth Religious Exploration (YRE) 10th - 12th Grade
11:00 to 12:45 p.m.
YRE includes the study of world religions, philosophical discussions, and guest speakers and activities to develop life skills. All are encouraged to examine and share their views in an atmosphere of openness, honesty, and acceptance.
Scheduled in April every Year.
On Youth Sunday, our high school youth prepare and present a stellar service, from music to prayer, to senior sermons, that will leave you inspired and hopeful.
Over Fall Break, All Souls Seniors head to Horseshoe Canyon Ranch in northwest Arkansas for SpiritqUUest. The trip is intentionally designed around two equally important pillars: fostering independence of the individual and creating and valuing interdependence in community. Read more about Senior SpiritQuuest on our blog, beyondbelief.online.
Generally, on the first Sunday of each month all children, in kindergarten and older, will attend with their families the start of the 10:00 a.m. service where our ministers will introduce the monthly theme. Following the Story for All Ages, children in 6th grade and younger will go with their guides to their classrooms. Grades 7 and older attend the full service and are then invited to go to their classrooms for discussion.
Kids' Day Out
Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays | 9 to 2 p.m.
Max. 10 children per class
Kids’ Day Out offers two and three-year-old’s the time and space to expand their world, socially, physically, intellectually, and spiritually through dramatic play and artistic creation. We sing, dance, play, read stories, and explore the natural world. Children need to be at least two and not yet four by September 1.
To apply or for more information, email email@example.com
Placement preference is given to All Souls members. If classes are full, you’ll be added to a waiting list.
Our Whole Lives: Sexuality Education
Our Whole Lives (OWL) is a carefully-designed curriculum from the Unitarian Universalists Association offering children and youth the opportunity to learn not only the biological aspects of reproduction, but also the implications of healthy, positive choices.
OWL teachers are All Souls members who have completed OWL training and are qualified to lead the coursework. They are excited and fully prepared to lead the classes on a rotating basis throughout the year.
Class sizes for each OWL series is limited and priority is given to All Souls members. Invitations to register children and youth are sent to parents prior to the start of each series.
OWL fees cover materials and scholarships are available.
All Souls Members: $25 | all grades
Non-Members: $75, K-6 | $125, 7 & 8
Grades K & 1
8-week class during Spiritual Expressions, 11:45 to 12:45 p.m., March through May
Grades 5 & 6
10-week class during Spiritual Expressions, September through November,
11:20 to 12:45 p.m.
Grades 7 & 8
8-session intensive held January through March, 10:00 to 12:45 p.m.
High School Grades
Spring lock-in with 8 hours of OWL curriculum out of the 24-hour event. To be scheduled.
To sign up for OWL or apply for a scholarship, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Placement preference is given to All Souls members. If classes are full, you’ll be added to a waiting list.
Tulsa Inclusive Homeschool Group
Most Fridays | 2:30 p.m.
Tulsa Inclusive Homeschool is for families of every structure, orientation, religion, and homeschool style. Join us to gather in an accepting and relaxed atmosphere, to socialize, and learn. Children of all ages and their caregivers are welcome. For more information, contact Marie Daman at (918) 289-5504 or email@example.com.