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Fall back Saturday night

Don't forget to adjust your clocks back one hour before you go to bed on Saturday night so you'll be on time to church Sunday morning.

2015 Generosity Campaign

At the two services on Generosity Sunday (Oct. 19), we visibly demonstrated our congregation’s magnanimity by carrying our pledges down the aisle and placing them in the offering basket. We gathered to celebrate our financial support for the church’s work, including Sunday services, music, social justice programs, adult and children’s religious education, building maintenance and repair, and our wonderful ministers and staff.

If you’ve already submitted your 2015 pledge, thank you! If you haven't yet, you can do so by filling out a pledge card on Sunday or by going to our Generosity page. The Fair Share Guideline chart on that page can help you choose a comfortable giving level.

Why are pledges so important? Pledges allow the church to plan and establish a budget for the year. Nearly 80% of the budget for All Souls is supported by pledges. Each of us is called to make a pledge that is thoughtful and generous based on our financial situation and proportional to our income. Each and every pledge makes a difference. Pledges can be fulfilled in as many payments as you wish throughout the calendar year of Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 and can be paid in a variety of ways. A pledge can be adjusted up or down if circumstances change during the year.

Thank you all for your financial commitment to All Souls for 2015.

The Conversation

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All Souls Church Unitarian proudly presents The Conversation: Stories of Hope, Heart and Wholeness, featuring classical soprano, Marlissa Hudson, and jazz vocalist, Rochelle Rice, joined by guest musicians: folk/rock/bluegrass/classical string quartet, Invoke, as well as jazz pianist Allyn Johnson, drummer Ele Rubenstein and bassist Eliot Seppa. The singers will share a chronicle of their lives alongside musical selections ranging from classical art song to opera to spirituals to jazz and original compositions that exemplify those stories. Through unique arrangements and adventurous artistry, The Conversation hopes to celebrate the beauty of a variety of musical genres, and the unusual places they intersect. Sat., Nov. 22, 7:00 pm, in the All Souls Church sanctuary. Tickets are $10-$20; click on the image to buy tickets online.

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