Things to Know
Our Sunday services (spiritual celebration) and religious education classes begin at 10:30 am. (9:30 am during the summer with no classes)
Dress at our services is informal. Visitors will feel comfortable in business-casual or contemporary attire.
Because some of our members are sensitive/allergic to chemical scents, the use of strong perfumes and colognes is discouraged.
We have a choir of approximately 10 people. Rehearsal is at 9:00 on Sunday mornings if you want to join.
The main entrance to the church is at 196 Elm Street, Braintree.
However most choose to enter through our Handicap Accessible Entrance.
Park on Charles Street or in the lot at the rear of the church, and then enter through the doors at the end of wheelchair ramp. You may also enter through the green door at the top of the steps off the parking lot. This entrance will bring you into the church through the kitchen.
Weather Cancellations on Sunday:
It’s Snowing – Are Church Services Cancelled?
To find out whether Sunday service has been cancelled:
Call the Church office at 781 843-1388. If service has been cancelled, the voicemail will tell you.
Check this website home page.
Check our Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/AllSoulsChurchBraintree/ cancellations will be noted.
Closings will appear on NBC Channel 7 and 56 as well as on WBZ-TV Boston and CBSBoston.com
Cancellations of Meetings and Groups:
For church sponsored meetings or activities, whenever possible, this information will be provided on our website, facebook page and on the channels as above. For Outside Groups that meet at the church such as GA, AA and AWOL, please check with the group leader. As always, we urge you to use your discretion when deciding whether or not to travel to the church in inclement weather.
What About Spirituality?
Have you been considering or using self-descriptions such as the statement "I am spiritual, not religious" or checking "none" on a religious affiliation survey?
You may still be yearning for a deeper spiritual life, a deeper relationship with the universe, or an integrity to your religious path that allows you to engage on your own terms towards ongoing spiritual growth. This is best accomplished amongst other seekers who are committed to an honest search for truth and meaning. These other seekers must be supportive without being coercive. They must be open to new truths. And, they must not fear doubt. Only doubt can shine truth on the path. And, the right path has nothing to fear from the light of truth.
The community at All Souls in which the diverse voices of seekers can be heard and their questions can be asked would challenge many. But it so enriches us.
The descriptions, "spiritual" and "religious" can be cherished separately or together with others in an open atmosphere of dialogue and discovery.
We Take Diversity Pretty Seriously. One of our ministries calls us to fight the oppression of the LGBT community by "Standing on the Side of Love".
Standing on the Side of Love is a campaign sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Association and promotes respect for the inherent worth and dignity of every person. We believe that no person of any immigrant status, race, religion, gender and sexual orientation, ability level, or political view should be dehumanized through acts of exclusion, oppression, or violence.