All Souls Unitarian Church

730 N Tejon St, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Unitarian Universalist churches in Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Location of Worship


730 N Tejon St Colorado Springs Colorado 80903-1012 Jump to map

Service Times


Sunday Services

Sunday Service is an hour of community worship, celebration, caring, and exploration.

The service starts at 10:30 am, with a Fellowship hour following the service.

Because we view worship as a free and responsible search for truth and meaning, you won’t find orthodox liturgy at our services. Instead, you’ll find a familiar framework that varies as needed to support our worship. Our Minister’s messages draw from many sources, and we host guest speakers from a variety of spiritual and secular arenas.

Our members, adult and youth alike, are active participants―as welcomers, readers, panelists, facilitators, or guest speakers. And we invite any in our audience to express their personal joys or concerns during that part of the service.

Music is an essential part of our morning Sunday service, because of its power to open paths for spiritual exploration. Occasionally, we set the prose aside and build our service entirely around the music.

Contact Info


Call Pastor: (719) 633-7717 Call Office: (719) 633-7717 Send Fax: (719) 633-7780 Visit Website

About All Souls Unitarian Church


  • At All Souls we seek to include the full diversity of our broader community, including people with/from all socio-economic situations, gender identities, beliefs, ages, sexual orientations, mental and physical abilities, races and ethnicities. Therefore, we are examining all the ways in which we embody being a welcoming and inclusive community, and removing any barriers to this that currently exist that might prevent people from being fully welcomed into and involved in our church.

    We are proud to be a welcoming congregation. Whatever your ethnicity, class, gender or sexual orientation, we welcome you!

    We covenant and affirm the Seven Principles of the Unitarian Universalist Association:

    The inherent worth and dignity of every person
    Justice, equity and compassion in human relations
    Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations
    A free and responsible search for truth and meaning
    The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large
    The goal of world community with peace, liberty and justice for all
    Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part

    Mission:

    Embrace (Build a welcoming, inclusive church)
    Engage (Get people connected)
    Enlighten (Nurture the search for truth and meaning)
    Empower (Ignite passion)

    Vision: We are a welcoming community that celebrates its liberal religious tradition and its rich diversity, inspires authentic relationship and spiritual growth, and works for a more just, loving, and compassionate society.

    Purpose: Our work is to practice responsible social action, promote liberal religious education, and encourage spiritual and intellectual growth.
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Leadership

  • Minister Reverend Dr. Nori Rost
  • Phone: (719) 633-7717
  • Email:

Other Church Leaders

  • Minister Emerita, The Reverend Dr. Ellen Johnson-Fay

Administration

  • Phone: (719) 633-7717
  • Fax: (719) 633-7780
  • Email:

Children and Youth Activities

  • Religious Exploration for Children and Youth

    Religious Exploration for Children and Youth programming and activities are available for these groups: Nursery, Pre-K, K – 2nd grade, 3rd – 6th grade, YRUU (junior/senior high school), CoA, and OWL (Our Whole Lives). For an overview of the RE program, see our RE Program Brochure:

    http://asuuc.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/2016-2017-RE-Brochure.pdf

    For details on the Religious Exploration curriculum, see our RE Curriculum Flyer

    http://asuuc.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/2016-17-RE-flyer.pdf

    OWL is a holistic education program for youth that models and teaches caring, compassion, respect, and justice. This year we offered the OWL curriculum to grades K through 2nd in October of 2016. The next OWL class will be for 5th & 6th graders starting June 20.

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