All Souls Unitarian Church

Worship Sunday Mornings
Traditional @ 10 am
Contemporary @ 11:30 am

2952 South Peoria
Tulsa Oklahoma 74114










Upcoming Sermon Descriptions

Sunday, September 21

THIRST ...for Wholeness

10:00 Traditional

Rev. Victor Parachin

What do the outlaw Jesse James,  the Hebrew prophet Micah, the baristas at Nervous Dog Coffee bar have in common? Join me this Sunday as I speak on Thirst for Wholeness.

- Rev. Victor M. Parachin

PS: Following the service I will be signing copies of my new book How To Be Spiritual, Not Religious: 108 Pearls of Buddhist Wisdom. All proceeds will go to the All Souls Book Table.


11:30 Contemporary

Bishop Carlton Pearson

Separation theology leads to separation psychology which leads to separation sociality, leading to separation cosmology and finally separation pathology. When we awaken to who we really are as a species and our innate and inextricable connection to one another, all senses of fear, intimidation and the illusion of separation disappears. Awakening is the key to a new age of peace, unity and community!


11:30 The Point

Rev. Tamara lebak

What about the human condition is inherently incomplete and longs for wholeness?  What is it about being human that creates a longing for belonging? Integration of our story requires putting together our multiple identities of our past present and future.  Join me at the Point where I will explore how to move from a collection of parts to an integrated whole.


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Our church is a worshiping community. Each Sunday morning we come together to be reconnected to life's ultimate concerns. Our services are respectful of the Judeo-Christian heritage, but open to a variety of religious and ethical traditions. Excellent music is an important part of our worship services.

The sermon each week is an inspiring message that engages those issues that give meaning and substance to our everyday lives. The messages are never presented in a way to give listeners "the truth," but, instead, encourage them to question the assumptions and ideas we so often take for granted.


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