All Souls Unitarian Church

Worship Sunday Mornings
Traditional @ 10:00 am
Contemporary @ 11:30 am
The Point @ 11:30 am

2952 South Peoria
Tulsa Oklahoma 74114










Upcoming Sermon Descriptions

Sunday, November 23


Rev. Marlin Lavanhar

On Sunday November 23rd All Souls will have one combined service at 10:30 AM with music from many of our different choirs (Children’s, Youth, Cherubs, New Dimensions and the Adult Choirs will all participate).  Children are asked to bring fruits or vegetables to add to our cornucopia in the front of the sanctuary.  All of the food will be donated to those in need in our city.  Our ministers have been working on a special way to celebrate this national holiday.  It will be the first time on a Sunday morning that we are inviting our members from all three of the distinct Sunday services to join together in a single celebration.  On this holiday when we lift up the story of people coming together across cultures and differences in the past, we will create a living example of such unity and what it means to us in the present. We will be offering a traditional Hungarian Unitarian communion service in the small chapel following the main service.  I hope you will also join us for a delicious church lunch following the service.

[Please note the information about street closing related to the annual Tulsa Route 66 Marathon and plan your route to church accordingly].

See you in church.



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Our church is a worshiping community. Each Sunday morning we come together to be reconnected to life's ultimate concerns. Our services are respectful of the Judeo-Christian heritage, but open to a variety of religious and ethical traditions. Excellent music is an important part of our worship services.

The sermon each week is an inspiring message that engages those issues that give meaning and substance to our everyday lives. The messages are never presented in a way to give listeners "the truth," but, instead, encourage them to question the assumptions and ideas we so often take for granted.


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