Come as you are.
You are welcome here.
At All Souls Church we come together in community to create opportunities for spiritual expression and exploration.
As a happily diverse community, we attempt to remain engaged with each other's differing views. Thus, we learn while sharing, remaining open to rational argument or spiritual enlightenment.
This allows us to minimize doctrine, ideology, dogma, creed, or any kind of fundamentalist, authoritative ideas that are not to be disputed or doubted. Those things can lead to suffering.
The glue that binds us together is the love of our community and an affirmation to promote the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism.
Many of us feel our spiritual lives are grounded in a sense of the fullness and connectedness of all things.
You can comfortably be spiritual without being religious in this community of seekers if you choose. (a choice not offered everywhere)
Our Backgrounds and Beliefs
Our members and friends backgrounds/beliefs include - Unitarian Universalism, Humanism, Buddhism, Theological Christianity, Judaism, Taoism, Neo-Paganism, Hinduism, Shinto, Islam, Native American Spirituality, Spiritualism, Agnosticism, Atheism, Pantheism, Creatheism, Environmentalism, etc. with more coming in.
Most resonate with more than one of the above.
Free Justice and Equality Conference and Lunch on Saturday October 1
Upcoming Sunday Service Themes are HERE
All Souls Church is a welcoming congregation -
a community that celebrates diversity in Braintree, Massachusetts. Imagine the Freedom - More Spirituality, Less Religiosity. We accept you as you are ... It's no accident that you are here. Meet our Minister (Here) Our Philosophy about Children and Religious Education is Here.
Unitarian Universalist Church
is located at 196 Elm Street, (corner of Church and Elm streets) Braintree, Massachusetts.
Sunday Service is held year round. See HERE for details.
Our building is handicap accessible with a handicap access ramp off our parking lot behind the church on Charles Street. (Directions Here) We have an ADA compliant, gender neutral restroom with baby changing station. Our building is on the National Register of Historic Places.
We welcome all people to our spiritual community without discrimination on the basis of race, gender, age, color, national origin, religious heritage, ethnic background, socioeconomic status, marital status, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity. Grounded in our Unitarian Universalist principles and purposes, we affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every person.
(Click Here to watch Our Video about All Souls)
About All Souls
Our Vision is to be an open-minded spiritual community that celebrates diversity and lives successfully with both its gifts and challenges. We seek to understand and appreciate the great diversity of people and ideas in the world.
With our vision in mind, Our Mission, as All Souls Church, is to come together in community, to create opportunities for spiritual expression and exploration, to learn with and from each other, and to make a difference in the world.
Mission and Vision adopted at Annual Meeting, June 2003
We Embrace Diversity With All Its Implications
We explore spirituality, people, and ideas!
We celebrate life as an expression of ourselves!
We try to make the world a better place!
Here in Braintree, Massachusetts, on the south shore of Boston, our members and friends are happily all colors, all races, married, single, men, women, adults, youth, children, straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, in, out, all sizes, all ages, all different abilities ...