Rev. Georganne Greene
Minister

 

Robert Traynor
Parish Administrator

(413) 773-5018

administrator@uugreenfield.org

 

Office Hours:

Monday: 2-5 PM

Wednesday: 1-5 PM

Friday: 2-5 PM


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Save The Dates!

Thu Apr 24 @07:00PM -
Choir Rehearsal
Fri Apr 25 @04:00PM - 08:00PM
Stone Soup Cafe food prep
Sat Apr 26 @12:00PM - 02:30PM
Stone Soup Cafe
Wed Apr 30 @12:15PM - 12:45PM
Mid-Week Music
Sat May 10 @05:30PM -
All Souls Book Group
Fri May 16 @07:00PM - 09:00PM
Games Night
Sat May 17 @01:00PM - 09:30PM
12th Annual Anti-Racism Film Festival
Welcome to All Souls

At All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in Greenfield, Massachusetts, our mission is to welcome all who seek fellowship in our liberal religious tradition; to nurture the spiritual well-being of our children and ourselves; to show that people can transcend differences; to nourish and enrich each other in a common spiritual quest; and to provide information and opportunities for members of All Souls and others to act upon the issues of injustice and inequity.

We are a lay-led congregation which enjoys a diversity of speakers and viewpoints. We believe that there is an element of truth in everyone’s voice and faith practices - Humanist, Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, religious naturalism, and others. What holds us together are our Unitarian Universalist principles of justice, tolerance, and freedom, lived with love, compassion and respect for one another. We covenant to listen and care for one another, even when we may disagree with one another.


Upcoming Sunday Services

 
Sunday, April 27, 2014

God Or Not God?

Reverend Vivianne Chapman

10:30 - 11:30 AM

Musician:  Daphne Bye

Some writers claim that we either describe God as an all-powerful force who controls the universe and also our individual lives, or, if we don’t believe this is true, we are described as atheists. Those are our choices. It is my contention that there are other significant beliefs and descriptions in between these two extremes. Let’s examine together other choices that Unitarian Universalists are likely to believe in.

Born in a Unitarian parsonage -- she is the daughter of Rev. Paul Chapman, who served as our minister from 1949 to 1964 -- and a lifetime UU, Rev. Chapman has worked in and served numerous UU churches as a committed lay person, a religious educator, and as a parish minister. At present, she is an active member of the UU Meeting House of Chatham, Massachusetts. She retired to Cape Cod fifteen years ago and lives in South Yarrmouth.

 
Sunday, May 4, 2014

May Day Celebration at the Montague Grange Hall

9:00 AM

Worship Leader: Andrew Baker

Come to the Grange Hall -- a former Unitarian church! -- in Montague Center to welcome in May Day, and then join the weaving of the Maypole on the village green at Montague’s annual May Day celebration.  Andrew will bring the chalice and create the circle for our worship.  Bring a poem to share -- one of your own or a favorite by someone else. We'll welcome in the Spring with our collective offerings of poetry and song. Since May Day is traditionally both a Spring fertility rite, with Maypole dancing and flowers, and also a celebration of working people, Andrew will offer us all a question to consider about how we at All Souls might plant the seeds of May Day during this coming year. If you like, you can talk about it with Andrew after the service, if you'd like to join him for breakfast or coffee at the Montague Book Mill.

Please note that there will be NO worship service at All Souls on Sunday, May 4.