Sunday Services are at 8:30, 10:00 and 11:30 a.m. As you enter our front door, you will be greeted by a minister or one of our members. Inside, the front hallway leads directly into the foyer where you’ll find a Welcome Table staffed by members of our Newcomers Board who can answer any questions you may have. Please stop at the table to sign in and receive a visitor’s name tag. While there, you can also get additional information about current activities and events, find out about opportunities to meet with one of our ministers after the service, and sign up to receive our weekly newsletters by e-mail.
If you arrive early and would like to look around the building that is just fine; or, if you'd like a guided tour, just ask at the Welcome Table and we’ll be happy to show you around. On the far side of the foyer, you’ll also find written materials about Unitarian Universalism and our church in the literature rack, and the entrance to the sanctuary where Sunday services are held. If you need any help finding anything in particular, such as the coat room, restroom facilities, or religious education classrooms, please don’t hesitate to ask. We want you to feel at home!
You are encouraged to sign up for the church newsletter, which will be mailed for several weeks following your visit. You can also access our current newsletter, called Parish Notes, on the website, as well as our journal publication on our monthly theme called Simple Gifts. We offer classes that provide history, information, and networking opportunities within the All Souls congregation and the larger faith community. We suggest that you begin with All Souls 101 to familiarize yourself with our church followed by Roots to familiarize yourself with our churches placement in history. Roots is a four-part series of classes taught by one of the ministers. It covers the history, principles, and traditions of All Souls and of the Unitarian Universalist movement. Old and new members are encouraged to take a Roots class.
Various social events are held throughout the year especially to help new members get to know each other, older members, and the church staff. Children are always welcome at All Souls. Religious Education programming is offered during Sunday morning services and Childcare is available for most adult religous education classes.
Which service should I attend?
Map to All Souls
What we believe
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
View a video collection, that provides information about the church's history and present and a selection of sermons about Unitarian Universalism.