We need not worship alike to love alike.
At All Souls, we offer three distinct services every Sunday morning. You are welcome at any and every service. We hope you’ll try them all! Some people prefer just one of the services. Others attend more than one on any given Sunday. Here's what you can expect at each one:
Our Traditional Service
offers a forward-looking, honest approach to faith in a world with diverse religious expressions and traditions. Our ministers draw from the wisdom of the world’s great religions to make their messages relevant to our times, always leaving room for personal experience and particular understandings of God.
OUR CONTEMPORARY SERVICE
has electric instruments and is electrifying. For those who want an energetic and embodied experience of God, it draws primarily from the Christian tradition and includes praise, as well as popular music.
OUR HUMANIST HOUR
offers a variety of speakers, poets, and professors sharing reasoned commentary relevant to life in the here and now for those who want to be part of a community that welcomes questions, enjoys conversation, and cares deeply about ethics. Jazz music from Rick Fortner and friends makes it a celebration beyond belief.
This is the promise that binds us together as a community. It is spoken aloud at every service.
Love is the spirit of this church,
and service is its law.
This is our great covenant,
to dwell together in peace,
To seek the truth in love,
and to help one another.
We look forward to welcoming you at All Souls.
16th century Unitarian Francis David said, "We need not think alike to love alike," and in the 21st century at All Souls Unitarian Church, we need not worship alike to love alike.
Join us in these worship services as well
Wednesday Night Chapels
(Labor Day through Memorial Day) at 6:30 p.m. are short, intimate, informal midweek services that include a wide range of musical styles including folk, bluegrass, classical, jazz, popular and more.
An Evening of Praise and Worship
An exuberant celebration music rooted in the Christian tradition, led by Pastor David Smith and the New Dimensions Chorale. Second Fridays at 7:00 p.m. September through May.