Yes! There is a Unitarian Universalist congregation right here in Sioux Falls! Since you searched for our church, you probably have an idea of what you are looking for, but peruse this site to get a little more familiar with what we are about, then stop in for a service! You are always welcome at All Souls!
Opportunities to Say Goodbye to Rev. Armida
For starters, join us on Sunday morning June 29 when Rev. Armida will be in the pulpit and participating in Circle Discussion as well as Fellowship Time. She’ll have some reflections on our time together and wisdom for us to ponder as she departs.
You’ll find a gold embossed album lovingly crafted by Bob Feragen available at the church throughout June for recording your tributes, a photo, a remembrance, or favorite quote to share with Rev. Armida.We’ll present this handbound book on Rev. Armida’s last Sunday—June 29th.
June 29 - 10am
"Endless Song" That is how our lives go on from here: joined in the past and separate in the future. Last words should probably be somewhat profound or memorable, but I’m not promising anything so rash.
Minister: Rev. Armida WSC: Sue Ann &Worship Team Musician: Cheryl Koch
July 6 - 10 am NO SERVICE!!! Today will be the annual 4th of July celebration potluck picnic at the church. Scott and Janet Kunze will be hosting with Nolan Thompson as the "grill meister." Begin gathering at 10:30 with grilling to begin at 11:00 and eating shortly thereafter. Bring your own service, beverage, a dish to pass, and something to grill. Please feel free to park on south side of church.
July 13 - 10 am - Friedman’s Fables - Rev. Peter Holland will be sharing several of these adapt fables for consideration and discussion. What is below the storyline? How are our lives reflected in these fables? Do we see ourselves clearly or does it take more contemplation.
July 20 - 10 am The gift of song from Ann Zimmerman - Gifted singer/songwriter Ann Zimmerman will provide a morning of music and song. Ann wrote and performed the theme song Bending Toward Justice for the MidAmerica meeting in Topeka, KS last April. "Ann’s concerts tell stories and paint portraits, brilliantly colored and unexpected, sharpened by an irresistible stage presence. She has released four independent recordings of her music."
In addition to her to her recording, writing award winning Zimmerman is a professional mediator with a law degree from Harvard. She and her husband run a horseboarding stable near Salina, KS.
"She makes me laugh; she makes me cry; not everyone can do that." Harry Scholten, Vermillion, SD.
"A soul piercing folksinger. Ann Zimmerman does it all in her superb blending of traditional and contemporary folk music." Vermillion (SD) Summer Arts Festival Bill of Particulars.
July 27 10 am - "We are a church of Dangerous Ideas" What is your dangerous idea? Is your dangerous idea a square peg in your circle? Are you brave enough to speak it? Today, using the Toastmaster format Chris Johnson, Shaye Boekhoff, Janet Kunze and Scott Kunze will speak to the topic. There will be time to explore the topic following the 11 am break.
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