All Souls Church Mission Statement

All Souls is a welcoming spiritual community.
We seek truth, practice love, and celebrate life.

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Mar 26: Becoming Enough
Join Amanda Johnson, author of Becoming Enough, as she takes us on an
inspiring journey to the already perfect self. Originally from Sioux Falls,
Amanda is a writer, teacher, and host of the Being Inspired Radio Show with
more than 10 years of experience performing, educating, facilitating, and
consulting with a personal mission to reach and inspire others. In this talk,
Amanda will share her journey from being "never enough" to "always okay"
and guide us through the common barriers that keep us from experiencing
our true self.

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Religious Education Coordinator Position
Do you love learning and enjoy facilitating learning for others? All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in Sioux Falls is accepting applications for a Religious Education Coordinator.
All Souls, founded in 1886, is a welcoming spiritual community where we seek truth, practice love, and celebrate life.
The RE Coordinator is a new position that will coordinate religious education programs consistent with UU principles for all ages. This part-time position requires 8 hours per week, including Sunday mornings and one Wednesday evening per month.

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Service Time

Come for a service!
10:00am on Sundays
All Souls Church
2222 South Cliff, Sioux Falls, SD

Phone: 605-338-8652
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Office Hours

Normal Office Hours:
Sarah Caine, Minister:
Wednesdays 1:30-4:30pm, by appointment. Friday 10-12, walk-ins at the church.
Monday is Sarah's day off and all emails will be answered Tuesday.
(Note: the week the Board meets, Sarah will take Tuesday off instead of Monday)

Holly Thompson,
Office Administrator:
Mondays 10am-12pm
Fridays 10am-12pm

A government in which the majority rule in all cases cannot be based on justice, even as far as men understand it…Must the citizen ever for a moment, or in the least degree, resign his conscience to the legislator?
Henry David Thoreau