“Love is the spirit of this church, and service is its law.” These are the opening words read aloud by members and visitors at All Souls Unitarian Church. This mantra is a true characterization of the organization’s mission: to dwell together in peace, to seek truth in love and to help one another.
As a mecca for Unitarians, universalists, humanists, charismatics, Christians, Buddhists, agnostics, atheists and everything in between, All Souls makes social justice a cornerstone of its community. Translation: believe whatever you want as long as you help everyone else believe what he/she believes. The result is a community of intentionally focused thinkers, seekers and supporters looking to build a better Tulsa.
Swing by for Sunday services, which range from the traditional Unitarian service to a relaxed ‘humanist hour,’ or check out the Soulful Circles program, a monthly spoken meditation group that explores a new topic on spiritual living each month. The church also offers a monthly event called Soul Garden, where attendees meet in the courtyard garden share music, spoken word, writing, art, dance, comedy and the like.