The dynamic Religious Education Program at All Souls is where children, youth and families come together to build community dedicated to our mission of spiritual growth. Each Sunday, a team of teachers, parents and program staff create a safe space that fosters creativity, curiosity and openness. At 10:00 a.m., we have a curriculum-based program from Tapestry of Faith. At 11:15 a.m., we offer creative arts such as drama and children's choir. In addition, we encourage social justice engagement with our community and the world. And of course worship is a central aspect of our religious life.
Hello. My name is Chloe Ross and I’ve been coming to all souls ever since I was four years old. At first I knew All Souls as the place we went on sundays that had goldfish and stories. But over time I started to realize how All Souls was much deeper and more important than that. To me, This church has more to it than just a religion. We wake up every sunday at 8:00 AM to practice Unitarian Universalism, but sometimes I have a hard time explaining to others and myself what practicing Unitarian Universalism even is, but I do know the outcome of it all. We end up with friendships, ideas, knowledge, and more, but we also end up doing kind things; as well as using things from church in our regular lives. For example monday night hospitality and Making easter baskets for kids in hospitals. In a way though, we are simply just living as Unitarian Universalists. How? Well, because kindness is one of the most important things involved with being one and I guess that’s the definition to me. That’s why I love this church so much, not because it is filled with kindness and kind people, but because we don’t have to have one central idea of what being a Unitarian Universalist means. Whatever you believe is accepted and cherished here, I know that my beliefs matter, and yours do too. Thank you.