Relocation Information

Congregational Vote
April 9 | 11:30 a.m.
Following one special service for all at 10:00 a.m.

Your Vote Matters

Relocation Task Force Information

The Relocation Task Force was commissioned by the Board of Trustees in May 2016 to evaluate the viability of the downtown move that was approved by a supermajority vote of the congregation in 2011. Members of the Relocation Task Force are: Jim Beach, Kendra Freedom, John Greene, Joe Nurre, Floretta (Flo) Reed, Bob Shipley.

Click Here for Questions and Answers
from the Relocation Task Force Meetings

All Souls Leadership's Response to a Challenge to the Move

Relocation Task Force Bios

Joe Nurre: Member for 17 years
Professional Experience: Journeyman Carpenter, Professional Civil Engineer, Municipal and Design

Church activities:
Community Resource Bank (CRB), Adult Religious Education, ACTION

Jim Beach: Member for 30+ years
Professional Experience:
Wallace Engineering; Land Use, Garden of All Souls Landscape Architect

Church activities:
Adult Choir alumni, Building and Relocation Committee

John Greene: Member for 25+ years
Professional Experience:
Retired Oil and Gas Executive

Church Activities: Chairman for ConservAge, Past President of Board of Trustees

Floretta (Flo) Reed: Member for 6 years
Professional Experience: Retired Postal Executive, USPS Responsible for building 200+ USPS facilities

Church Activities: Board of Trustees Intercultural Bridging Team Justice Council Shadz

Relocation Task Force presentation to the Board


Vote Information

Click here to watch slides with audio from one of the Relocation Task Force meetings


Congregational Vote
April 9 | 11:30 a.m.
Following one special service for all at 10:00 a.m.

On April 9, the congregation will vote on the following motion from the Board of Trustees.

At the conclusion of their research, the Relocation Task Force unanimously agrees there are no obstacles to moving the church downtown, nor any findings that warrant a change in direction. The board affirms, by a vote of 16-1 and one abstention, these finding.

The board believes it is in the best interest of the church to move downtown and therefore calls for the next step in the process to be a vote of the congregation to launch the capital campaign.

The congregational meeting to vote will take place at 11:30 a.m. in the sanctuary following a special service for all at 10:00 a.m. with the President of the Unitarian Universalist Association, Rev. Peter Morales.

Who is eligible to vote?

To be eligible to vote, one must:

Be a member for at least one month; and
Have a recorded financial contribution to the church within the current or previous fiscal year. 
All votes must be cast in person; no vote may be cast by absentee ballot or by proxy

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