Committees and teams are where much of the work of All Souls gets done, and there are lots of ways to get involved at All Souls. For example, if you're interested in our beautiful old building, you could join the Property committee. If you have financial expertise, a green thumb, or a desire to work for justice, there’s a committee for you!
Works with the treasurer and manages our budget, our pledges, and deals with other incoming monies and our outgoing expenses.
Focuses on raising funds for our church's social justice projects, improvement of the building accessibility and community programs.
Welcomes newcomers and new members, keeps the membership list and organizes All Souls greeters each Sunday. The Membership Committee also oversees coffee hour and community lunch activities, and maintains UU and All Souls brochures. Contact email@example.com
Works closely with Membership to support the needs of members. We provide pastoral care for each other. Contact the caring committee if you or someone you know needs support. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coordinates weekly music offerings to enrich our worship services. Contact email@example.com
Maintains and repairs the church building and grounds. Meets on the first Wednesday of each month. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Religious Education (RE)
Develops and provides RE classes for children on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month. Committee meets as needed. Contact email@example.com
Social Justice Committee
Develops and coordinates activities and programs in support of a social justice theme that is chosen annually by the membership. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Committee meets usually on 2nd Sunday of each month at 12:00 p.m. at All Souls church.
Plans, structures, and coordinates Sunday morning services and works to attend to the spiritual needs of the congregation. Contact: email@example.com