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Resilience and Bounce

We as a people must keep bouncing back. This date frames two significant deaths in American history: Malcom X and Trayvon Martin. Both symbolize tragedies and turning points in our culture and society and frame how we understand ourselves. What does it take to maintain … read more.

Spirituality

Listen to our minister talk about Unitarian Universalist beliefs and religious practices.
Spirituality
This church nourishes spiritual hunger; we are steeped in our faith, grounded in spiritual practice, and ready to build love in the world.
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Connection

Please enjoy this Solidarity Sing from All Souls Unitarian in Washington, DC. People come to church longing for, yearning for, hoping for a sense of roots, place, belonging, sharing and caring and searching for meaningful connections. Learn more

Involvement

We believe in justice, equity and compassion in human relations. We envision a local community and world free from oppression and injustice, where all can realize their full human rights. Learn more
Do you believe in justice, equity, and compassion in all human relations? So do we!
Unitarian Universalists accept and encourage each other in our individual spiritual growth.
Are you searching for meaning in your life? So are we!
We believe that all persons have the right to a free and open search for truth and meaning.
Do you believe in the right of conscience and in the power of democratic processes? So do we!
Committed to the idea of a world community founded on peace, justice, and liberty? So are we!
Do you believe in the inherent worth and dignity of every human being? So do we!

Sunday Activities

Worship: 9:00 and 10:30 AM (unless otherwise noted in a specific service) Roundtable: 10:30 AM in the Library Sunday school: 10:30 AM Fellowship: before and after Worship

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Upcoming Activities

The Minister’s Musings

The Gadfly PapersThis is a 30 page response to a book book entitled The Gadfly Papers: Three Inconvenient Essays by One Pesky Minister by Todd Eklof, which has stirred up significant controversy in the Unitarian Universalist Association over the last two years. Todd Eklof is a Unitarian Universalist minister in Spokane, WA. His book deals with many issues regarding UU leadership, hiring policies, and identity politics. People of color, their allies, and many others have spoken out against this publication because the author betrays UU values and our Principles.
Read the response.

Who Doesn’t Read Books In America?About a quarter of American adults say they haven’t read a book in whole or in part in the past year. Who are these non-book readers? Read the article.

Sharpening Your Communication SkillsMany of our church leaders have told me that they want to improve the communications process at the church. One way is to listen to the podcast on this page.

The Secret Way Seniors Can Keep Deducting Gifts to Charity.Millions of Americans will no longer get tax deductions for their charitable donations this year. But givers age 70½ or older often have a great way to get around this change. Read article.

Your Money and Our ChurchRev. Xolani explains the journey of your money at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Las Cruces. Read the article.

Why a Black Pastor Feels Called to a White ChurchThe Reverend Christopher Lee is the first black clergy member Avondale has ever hired. He believes that being the only black person in the room is part of his calling. Read article.