January’s theme is Creation • Monthly Themes 


Sunday, January 29 
Randy Lewis


Worship Service in the Sanctuary at 10 am 



The Point, Humanist Hour in Emerson Hall at 11:30 am
Zoom: allsouls.me/zoom1130
Curious about what a Humanist service is? Check out Marlin’s talk, Why Humanists Go To Church


Join us Online
In addition to the Zoom links above, you may join us online at Facebook or at allsoulschurch.org/live.
Zoom Coffee Hour: 30 minutes before and after the services.


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. Pre-register your children by emailing qscoggins@allsoulschurch.org


Joining Sundays are your 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!


Second Sundays  |  In Person & on Zoom!
Join us online via Zoom:
11:30 am
1 pm



 Families! Check out All Souls Kids! —an interactive, online space for children and youth. Kids who attend regularly build deeper connections, even on-line, and derive greater benefits from their lessons and shared community. Please visit the ASK or Calendar pages for the latest information. Find the Family Chapel and Sunday School message you need, when you need it on our YouTube Playlist! 


 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.
















2022-2023 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: Vision  |  October:  Good & Evil  |  November: Covenant  |  December: God  |  January: Creation  |  February: Freedom  |  March: Religious Authority  |  April: Redemption  |  May: Mercy