Sermons and Messages
Every week our ministers and guest speakers wrestle with important issues of life and death, faith, hope, and love. Though All Souls is active year round, from September through May, our congregation is organized around nine theological themes.
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Upcoming Sermons, Services, and Talks
January | Saving Creation
Sunday, January 26, 2020
Here Comes the Sun (doo-dun-doo-doo)
Mariela Pérez-Simons, Intern Minister
Two services for All | 10 & 11:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary
Throughout history, human beings have felt a sacred kinship to the sun—being the bestower of life and light. For instance, sun-worshipers such as the priests of the Incas used to blow kisses to the rising sun during religious ceremonies. Join our ministerial intern, Mariela Pérez-Simons, on this special SUNday as she shares new reasons to have reverence for the sun. One specific reason to love the sun is proper sun exposure can boost our nervous and immune systems! We will also get a boost from the uplifting music of The Beatles. Sing with us, “Here Comes the Sun (doo-dun doo doo.)" You won't want to miss Beatles SUNday!
Though All Souls is active year round, from September through May, our congregation is organized around nine theological themes.
These themes provide a shared focus, giving our congregation the opportunity to gain greater clarity, meaning, and depth. Seriously engaging in these themes could transform your life!
Go deeper with our three year cycle of themes:
- Don’t miss your favorite service on the First Sunday of each month. A minister will introduce the theme. Additional services throughout the month may deal with different aspects of the theme as do our weekly Children's Chapel services and Children's and Youth programs.
- Attend our adult programming classes and events, Wednesday Connections! Once a month our ministers hold a "Theme Talk" where they will offer their insights into to the theme and invite conversation.
- Check out All Souls exclusive blog, BeyondBelief.online. Engage in religiously liberal content curated from the heartland.
Check out the UUA's article, Monthly Themes Help the Congregation Go Deeper about All Souls.