As we step into April, we move away from March’s theme of ‘Brokenness’ to embraching ‘Transformation.’ This month, let’s journey together through change, growth and renewal through insightful sermons, uplifting music, and fellowship. Join us each Sunday, in-person or online.

Our youth will be featured in 2 services in April. Coming of Age, April 14 in both services. And Youth Sunday, April 28, in both services.April Service Schedule:

  • April 14 Coming of Age: In addition to our regular services, we’re excited to have our Coming of Age class join us to present their Credos. It’s your chance to witness their powerful voices and show them support as they mark their own transformative journeys.
  • April 21 New Member Recognition: This Sunday, in both services, we’re excited to recognize all our new members who have joined since October 2023! Is that you? Watch your email for an invitation. Been a member a while? Make sure you come to show your support for all our new ones!
  • April 28 Youth Sunday: Don’t miss this youthled service, showcasing the talents and insights of our vibrant youth! It’s the service Rev. Dr. Marlin Lavanhar has called, “the best service of the year.”

    Join us In-Person or Online

    We will offer two services on Sunday, March 3, 2024 – our traditional Unitarian Universalist service at 10 a.m. and The Point Humanist Hour at 11:30 a.m.

    You can join us online on Facebook, YouTube, or at We also offer a Zoom option as well (links below).

    April 7, 2024
    “The Price of Permanence”
    Rev. Randy Lewis
    April 7, 2024 Order of Service

    Programs For Sunday

    Planning to join us this Sunday, make sure you come early for fellowship and stay after services for a variety of programs. You can also visit our calendar page for more.

    Come Early For Snacks And Fellowship In Emerson Hall:
    Emerson Hall is open for fellowship before, during and after services. Share time with old friends and meet new ones. Coffee is available by donation, and you can purchase treats at our BrUUnch for Boston table.

    Help Send Our Coming of Age Class to Boston:
    Join us at the BrUUnch for Boston Table every Sunday from 9:30am to at least 11:30am. Not only will your taste buds thank you, but your generosity will support our youth on their year-long journey of self-discovery, the Coming of Age program and their pilgrimage to Boston in the spring. Want to help make BrUUnch for Boston a success? Visit

    Children and Youth: Children and Youth will begin in the Sanctuary for each service before being excused to their programs. Please check in at the Family Table when you arrive. All children and youth must register for programming each year. Register your child here.

    Sunday Salon | 9am | Room 206 & Online:
    A weekly forum on current events where all opinions are respected, few questions are answered, and all answers are questioned. All are welcome! Join online at

    Book Store | 9:30am | Emerson Hall:
    Shop the All Souls Book Store for curated selections of interesting and timely publications and gifts.

    Sunday Circle | 10am | Room 206 & Online:
    Members moderate this conversational ministry from our spiritual point of view, governed by a commitment to our covenant. All are welcome! Join online at

    Newcomer’s Nook | 11am-1pm | Sonen Library:
    Folks who are new (or new-ish) to All Souls are invited to Sonen Library (enter on the east end of the foyer, toward Peoria) for light refreshments and a chance to connect with our Welcoming Souls team. Our devoted volunteers are eager to answer questions about All Souls, our history, our programs, and more. We look forward to getting to know you better!

    Unitarian Universalist Parents (UUPs) Touchstones | 11am-Noon | Thoreau Lounge:
    Join parents and caregivers to discuss current family topics/issues, ask questions, and find support. Open to parents and caregivers of all aged kiddos, and parents-to-be!

    Become A Member | 11:15am | Room 205:
    Each Sunday you have an opportunity to meet with an All Souls minister, ask questions, connect with others who are joining, and become a member of the All Souls family. Learn more about becoming a member.

    Healing & Holding Grief | 1pm | Thoreau Lounge:
    Grief is all around us and within us. Who hasn’t suffered a loss of some kind? Loved ones, relationships, careers, dreams, and so on. Grief is a normal and natural part of life and yet we seldom learn what grief is all aabout and how to honor its sacred calling to healing and growth. In this program, we will explore grief and loss through personal sharing, support, and education about the grief process.

    We need not worship alike to love alike.

    All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church does not follow a particular doctrine or creed, but follows the Unitarian Universalist theology of radical acceptance and inclusiveness. Love and community are at the heart of each service. Ministers and guest speakers draw wisdom from the world’s religions, philosophy, literature, science, poetry and the natural world in order to deliver messages relevant to our times.

    Our covenant, a promise we make to each other, unifies All Souls members across a wide variety of perspectives and beliefs. 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.


    2023-2024 Themes

    September through May, our services are organized around nine themes which provide a shared focus—
    giving our congregation the opportunity to gain greater clarity, meaning, and depth.

    September: Faith  |  October:  Death  |  November: Forgiveness  |  December: Hope  |  January: Justice  |  February: Love
    March: Brokenness  |  April: Transformation  |  May: Transcendence