The All Souls Adult Spiritual Development program brings people together in different places and formats, like different threads, to form a spiritual, intellectual, communal tapestry for our daily lives. ASD offerings fall into five categories. Click on each to be brought directly to that section.
- Payment at the time of registration is appreciated, as facilitators are not equipped to handle money and registration details. It also guarantees you a spot in the class.
- If you’re unable to pay when you register, please contact Meagan Henry, Director of Lifespan Religious Education and Family Ministries (email@example.com) to request a scholarship.
- If a class reaches its maximum before you register, you can be placed on a waiting list by contacting Meagan.
All ASD offerings, other than those related to membership or fellowship, have fees. Fees cover some portion of the cost of the whole program, but most of the cost is covered by congregant annual pledges. We encourage everyone (member or not) who takes an ASD class to pledge annually.
- Locations are assigned within the church based on availability, size, and purpose. Room assignment may occasionally change, so always check the sign board outside the office when you arrive.
- Please note: All Souls is not fully accessible and some of the classes may meet in inaccessible locations. If you have accessibility requirements, please email Meagan Henry (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Gary Penn (email@example.com) so that rooms can be assigned to allow full participation
To register, find the class below and click on the appropriate link. NOTE: Dates listed below are subject to change. Please check the class registration page for finalized dates. Classes without registration buttons are either full or have already taken place.
Spiritual Growth and Transformation
Welcoming, Diverse, Vibrant Community
Welcome to All Souls
Several Sundays throughout the year. Look for dates in weekly announcements.
Learn and ask questions about Unitarian Universalism and All Souls Church. This informal session lasts about an hour.
No registration, no fee; just drop in.
Go to the Covenant Groups page to register, or contact Rev. Susan Newman (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
These small groups offer opportunities for spiritual practice, lasting friendships, and caring community. Groups of about ten meet once or twice a month to share, learn, and discover within the framework of themes or identities. Groups have formed around sacred texts, journaling, Sabbath-keeping, women’s issues, men’s issues, and parenting as spiritual practice. Congregants are always welcome to help organize and facilitate new groups.
Service and Prophetic Action
Financial Planning Series
Our financial lives are very complex, with income, savings, credit accounts, pledging to All Souls (!), loans, mortgages, investments-the list goes on! Even making a simple monthly budget can be a challenge. Doing some financial planning can make a huge difference in creating more clarity in this area-so that you can map out goals, work to achieve them, and make the kind of difference you want to achieve in the world around you. Join us for one, two, or three sessions, each with its own topic and an excellent speaker. Conveniently scheduled after the second service on Sundays, they'll have plenty of time for questions and discussion. Sundays, 1:00-2:00 pm, Tupper Room. Feel free to drop in, but registration would help us with our planning. For more info, contact Mark Ewert (email@example.com).