All Souls Church Mission Statement

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

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July 5:  NO REGULAR WORSHIP SERVICE! Two great options! 
Please join us for the 4TH OF JULY potluck, which will be held at All Souls in lieu of service.  Gather at 10:30, Grilling with Eric Berg begins shortly with eating to follow.  Please bring your own service, beverage, a dish to pass and food to the grill.  Please feel free to use the south door on the lower level.  The hosts will be the Berg/Loughead family.
The second option will be joining a group carpooling to Sioux City IA to visit the UU fellowship.  Rev. David will be leading the discussion circle in Sioux City.  Carpool gathers at 8 am leaving by 8:15.  Their summer service begins at 10 am.  

July 12 “Is the world broken, or is it just me?” Pun intended. with Rev. David Kraemer
What do we mean when we speak of brokenness? Is brokenness a quality of the world? Is it a quality of people? Is everyone broken? Can we be fixed?

July 19:  Why forgive?” with Rev. David Kraemer
Our Universalist forebears believed in ultimate forgiveness from a loving God. What does that mean for us? Do we forgive people for their sake, or for ours? Do we have to forgive everybody? What does it mean to “forgive and forget?” Do you have to do both?

July 26:  The Power of Forgiveness with Lawrence Diggs
It is easy to forget that forgiveness is more for the forgiver than the forgiven. We can overlook the ripple effect of forgiving. Sometimes good accounting and good memory are over rated. Lawrence Diggs will explore these ideas in a short presentation, which will include some of his poetry.

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All Souls Church
2222 South Cliff, Sioux Falls, SD

Phone: 605-338-8652
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I feel that a spirit of mercy should temper legislation; that we should not sever ourselves so widely from our fallen brethren; that we should recognize in them the countenance and claims of humanity.
William Ellery Channing