Like all Unitarian Universalist congregations, All Souls Church is self-governing. We have our own by-laws, make our own budget, and raise our own money. Major decisions are made by the membership at the Annual Meeting each spring. In between, the elected Board of Trustees and committees oversee the affairs of the congregation. While the committees are responsible for coordinating the work of the congregation, they are dependent on the members and friends of All Souls Church for support of these efforts.
Board of Trustees: Consists of a chair, vice-chair, treasurer, clerk, and 3 trustees at large. The board meets monthly and is responsible for the overall management of the congregation. The Board generally meets on the second Thursday of the month at 6:30 pm.
Religious Education Advisory Committee: Plans and oversees the cooperative children's religious education program.
Sunday Service & Music Committee: With the Minister and Music Director, oversees the worship life of the congregation. The Sunday Service and Music Committee generally meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm.
Social Action & Environmental Committee: Coordinates events of various kinds in the area of social justice and environmental responsibility. The Social Action & Environmental Committee generally meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:15 pm. Pictured above are quilts made in our annual Quilts for Kids project. Handmade quilts are made by volunteers with donated materials, then are given to hospitalized children.
Membership Committee: Coordinates our efforts to welcome and integrate new members to the All Souls community, provides hospitality, and maintains our status as a WELCOMING CONGREGATION of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Development Committee: In charge of fun and fund raising as well as outreach.
Building & Grounds Committee: Oversees the care of our beautiful building and its grounds.
Finance Committee: Oversees the development of the budget, our investments, and the annual stewardship drive.