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Young Souls February Events!

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Young Souls February Events!

(Check the monthly email for contact information for events) 

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Young Souls February 2018 Events

Keep track of all events on the Young Souls Google Calendar.

If you’d like to organize a Young Souls event, send your idea to the Young Souls Board at youngsoulsboard@googlegroups.com.

Young Souls Identity Group Caucuses – Join a Caucus!

A caucus is a safe space where individuals can strategize and work/socialize with their own racial/ethnic/identity group. Some groups focus on individual development; others on taking action; and several that do a combination. If you are interested in starting a caucus, participating in one, or have questions please email Alice Kurima Newberry. NOTE: a women’s caucus, mental health caucus, and people of color caucus have some people interested already! BONUS: there are a few up and coming things to mark your calendars for such as the caucus groups. You can read the SJTF Newsletter here.

 

Young Souls March Circle Suppers – Looking for Hosts!

In 2018 the Young Souls Circle Suppers will be organized quarterly. We are now looking for hosts for the month of March! These are wonderful events for newcomers to meet fellow Young Souls in smaller settings. Check out Circle Supper photos on the Young Souls Blog and Facebook. If you’re interested in hosting a Circle Supper either at your home or a restaurant, contact Justine Rothbart.

 

Friday, January 26th, 6:45pm The Last Jedi with Souls in the Center Movie Club

Friends – We at Souls in the Center are starting a movie club for those who are interested in watching a show in a theater, and then having a quick drink or snack or coffee to discuss it (sort of like book club, but without… books). Join this separate listserv here for movie announcements only. Anyone can: Choose a movie, time and place, and scope a nearby place to grab a quick something and have a quick conversation (honestly my favorite part!). Be sure to find the link for those interested to buy the tickets, and you are on! After joining the listserv above, send the plan to souls-in-the-center-go-to-the-movies@googlegroups.com and/or put on our Facebook page. Over the next month or two, we will be throwing out a few movies clustered around the Oscar nominations and any other interesting films. Feel free to do the same, especially since everyone’s schedule is so hectic it may take a few times for something to work for a movie you would like to see. We’ll  aim for Thursday evenings, Friday evenings and Saturday early-ish times, as schedules, lives permit. This Friday, join me, the last person in the galaxy who hasn’t yet, to watch The Last Jedi. We’ll be catching the 6:45pm show at Atlantic Plumbing on Friday, Jan 26. If there is energy, we’ll head to Hazel for a quick drink after to talk about the movie or just unwind about your week. See you there! Let SITC’s Pooja know any questions or thoughts. We’d love for Young Souls to join too!

 

Friday, February 2nd, 7pm – Young Souls February Potluck

Join us for our monthly Young Souls potluck! Potlucks are held at a home of one of our members and is a great event for newcomers. Please bring a dish or drink to share with everyone. RSVP on Facebook here. Hosted by Erika and Tom Loke. Location: Check the listserv for address. If you are driving, there is ample parking on Lincoln Ave and other side streets. The driveway should only be used for loading and unloading. If you are taking public transportation, their place is a 20 minute walk up Carroll Avenue from the Takoma Metro Station. One can take the Route 12 Ride On bus (towards Silver Spring,& you can use your smartcard to pay) from Takoma Station to the Carroll Ave & Lincoln Ave bus stop (5 minute ride). Alternatively, hitch a ride on the Claire-Taxi (read: Claire will pick people up from the metro station and drive them to Erika & Toms.) Visit the Young Souls Blog to see photos of previous potlucks. Questions? Contact Claire.

 

Wednesday, February 14th, 5:30pm – Young Souls Happy Hour

Join us for our monthly happy hour! This is an excellent event for newcomers to attend and meet other Young Souls. Local 16 donates 10% of our checks back to All Souls. Location: Local 16 (1602 U St. NW). RSVP on Facebook here. For those interested, we’ll walk over to Vespers after the happy hour. Questions? Contact Claire.

 

February 16th- 17th and 8 follow up sessions – Beloved Conversations

All Souls is excited to announce the start of “Beloved Conversations,” a powerful pathway for spiritual-growth and relationship building that moves our dream of beloved community forward.   A transformative curriculum grounded in spiritual practice and our UU faith, “Beloved Conversations” creates a learning laboratory for how to live healthily in a multi-racial, multicultural, theologically diverse community, and how to use those learnings to work for a racially just world, both within and beyond the congregation. For more info click here or contact Rev. Rebecca Parker at rparker@allsouls.ws.

 

February 16th – 19th – Winter Escape 2018!

Join us on the annual 4-day, 3-night fun-filled getaway for UU young adults (ages 18-35+) in the DC area. Winter Escape attendees typically come from All Souls, UUCA (Arlington), MVUC (Mount Vernon), River Road, Silver Spring, and other area congregations. This year’s retreat is at the beautiful Westmoreland State Park (VA) (the same location as WE ’17). The event will be held over President’s Day weekend. The cost of registration is $89/person and is fully refundable before 1/14. Click here to find out more info about the retreat. To register for a spot on Winter Escape 2018, click here! We are excited to continue the fun of this great, inter-congregational retreat… hope to see you at Winter Escape! Questions? Email winterescape11@gmail.com.

Wednesday, February 21st, 6:30pm – Young Souls UU Principles Discussion Group

Have you ever wanted to know more about the Principles of Unitarian Universalism? Every third Wednesday of the month we will gather to discuss these basic tenants of the Unitarian Universalist faith. We’ll talk about the actual language of the principle, historical UU perspectives, and our own experiences in relation to the month’s principle. On Wednesday, February 21st, we will cover the 6th principle: “The goal of world community with peace, liberty, and justice for all” Snacks and, friendship will be provided. All are welcome, and those who are either new to the community or excited about the faith are especially encouraged to come. Bring your curiosity and join us as we delve into this intentional exploration of UU beliefs! Location: Shaw (Watha T. Daniel) Neighborhood Library- 1630 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20001. RSVP on Facebook here. Contact Nick Ford for more details or with any questions!

 

Saturday, February 24, 5pm – 8pm – Young Souls and Souls in the Center Have Wine and Cheese

Join us for what will be a fun joint event. This is a great way for Young Souls to meet others in Souls in the Center! Here’s the idea for how this works: everyone brings a bottle of wine and/or cheese/crackers/other appetizer. Non-alcoholic wines or juices in wine-like bottles are fair game. Leave price tag on wine or add one. Wines will be classified in a few groups based on what shows up (by grape, origin, or something), with each group on a different table along with small cups. Wines get covered with paper bags and numbered. Everyone samples and rates as many wines as desired, using an online poll. After an hour or two, we reveal the wines and their collective ratings. RSVP on Facebook here or here in our trusty google doc. Hosted by Katrina & Nabil at their home. Location: Check the listserv for address. Click here for more info about Souls in the Center. Questions? Contact Bruce.

 

Saturday, February 24, 7pm – Young Souls UU Principles Discussion Weekend Edition!

Are you interested in the ongoing UU Principles discussion groups, but haven’t had the time to attend? We are meeting for a second time on the weekend for the Young Souls UU Principles Discussion Group! The event will start around 7:00 in the evening and will be a potluck style dinner and conversation about Unitarian Universalist core beliefs. For this meeting we will focus on the Fourth Principle: A free and responsible search for truth and meaning. RSVP on Facebook here. Location: Check the listserv for address. For more information feel free to email Nick Ford.

 

Sunday, February 25th, 1pm – Young Souls February Brunch

Join us on Sunday February 25th at 1pm for our monthly Young Souls brunch! Location TBD. Have ideas? Send them to Claire. RSVP on Facebook here.

 

Sundays March-May, Coming of Age Mentors Needed!

Interested in serving as a mentor for the youth group’s coming of age program? During this mentors develop a relationship with one of the Coming of Age participants. Youth-Mentor relationship is structured around shared learning of UU history and theology, private discussion (also during CoA sessions) of specific spiritual questions, advising the youth as they prepare their CoA Credos (belief statements), presented in lieu of a sermon during CoA services (9:30a and 11:15a) on Sunday, May 6th. Sound amazing? Email James at jploeser@allsouls.ws for more info and logistical details.

 

Thursdays – Young Souls Book Club

In February the Young Souls Book Club will read Trevor Noah’s Born a Crime, the “compelling, inspiring, and comically sublime bestseller about Trevor Noah’s coming-of-age (as the son of a black mother and a white father) during the twilight of apartheid and the tumultuous days of freedom that followed.” YS Book Club meets every Thursday at 7:30pm. For more information, contact Lauren.

 

Young Souls Blog – youngsoulsatallsouls.wordpress.com

We’re looking for new blog posts! Do you have a blog post idea for the Young Souls Blog? We’re looking for new writers to contribute. You could write about a Young Souls event, an All Souls event, or any other topic! Previous blog posts have been about spiritual resources in the DC area, Classic Movie Nights, and the history of the All Souls neighborhood. Contact Justine Rothbart if you’re interested!

 

Young Souls Listserv – Have you signed up?

Sign up for the new Young Souls listserv here! We have set up a new free-posting listserv for everything from invitations to events, rapid response protests, to housing availability and requests. Remember to follow our communication covenants and guidelines and be sure your “Display Name” is your full first and last name. After signing up, you can post to the listserv directly by emailing young-souls@googlegroups.com. Questions? Contact YS President Alice Goldberg.

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Young Souls January Events!

(Check the monthly email for contact information for events) 

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Young Souls January 2018 Events

Happy New Year! There are a lot of Young Souls events in 2018, so make sure to mark your calendars!

If you’d like to organize a Young Souls event, send your idea to the Young Souls Board at youngsoulsboard@googlegroups.com.

 

Wednesday, January 3rd, 7pm-8:30pm – ResistanceBEATS Rehearsal

Join us on our bucket drums as we practice for upcoming actions! We meet every first Wednesday of the month; from 7-7:30pm we eat (bring something to share if you can), from 7:30-8:30pm we practice our cadences and choose upcoming events to support. Bring an action you want us to attend – we prioritize locally organized actions. Organizers are Mashaal, Alice G, and Alyson. If you need a bucket/supplies or of you have other questions. Also email and attend if you want to get involved in other ways like web design, outreach, videography, and video editing. Location: Dining room, All Souls. RSVP on Facebook here.

 

Friday, January 5th, 7pm – Young Souls January Potluck

Join us for our monthly Young Souls potluck! Potlucks are held at a home of one of our members and is a great event for newcomers. Please bring a dish or drink to share with everyone. RSVP on Facebook here. Hosted by Lucianna Harrington. Location: Check the monthly email for address. Visit the Young Souls Blog to see photos of previous potlucks. Questions? Contact Claire.

 

Wednesday, January 10th, 5:30pm – Young Souls Happy Hour

Join us for our monthly happy hour! This is an excellent event for newcomers to attend and meet other Young Souls. Local 16 donates 10% of our checks back to All Souls. Location: Local 16 (1602 U St. NW). RSVP on Facebook here. For those interested, we’ll walk over to Vespers after the happy hour. Questions? Contact Claire.

 

Friday, January 12th – Sunday, January 14th – Jubilee Anti-Racism Training

This training builds awareness of racism in our society and in ourselves. It’s strongly recommended for folks interested in leadership with in the church and organizations in general. Email Alice with questions. Register here.

 

Saturday, January 13th, 7pm – 7 Principles Discussion Weekend Edition!

Are you interested in the ongoing 7 Principles discussion groups, but haven’t had the time to attend? Well, weekend edition is back after the holidays! We are meeting for a second time on the weekend for the 7 Principles Discussion Group! The event will start around 7:00 in the evening and will be a potluck style dinner and conversation about Unitarian Universalist core beliefs. For this meeting we will focus on the Third Principle: Acceptance of one another, and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations. Location: 1002 Girard Street NW, Washington, DC 20001. For more information feel free to email Nick Ford.

 

Sunday, January 14th, 1pm – New Young Souls Com-pan-ioning

Do you still feel new to Young Souls and you’d like to get more connected? Well then this is an opportunity for you. Join us after the second service in Pierce Hall and we’ll decide as we assemble what we want to do together. Maybe we’ll get some treats from Sticky Fingers and take a walk around the neighborhood or choose a locale to cozy up for coffee, tea, or other drinks. It’s up to you as a part of us how you want to break bread together. Jason will be holding up the Young Souls sign so you can find him in Pierce Hall. Questions? Contact Jason. RSVP on Facebook here.

Wednesday, January 17th, 6:30pm – Young Souls 7 Principles Discussion Group

Have you ever wanted to know more about the 7 Principles of Unitarian Universalism? Every third Wednesday of the month we will gather to discuss these 7 basic tenants of the Unitarian Universalist faith. We’ll talk about the actual language of the principle, historical UU perspectives, and our own experiences in relation to the month’s principle. On Wednesday, January 17th, we will cover the fifth principle: “The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large.” Snacks and, friendship will be provided. All are welcome, and those who are either new to the community or excited about the faith are especially encouraged to come. Bring your curiosity and join us as we delve into this intentional exploration of UU beliefs! Location: Spirit Room @ All Souls Church- 1500 Harvard St NW, Washington, DC 20009. Contact Nick Ford for more details or with any questions!

 

Thursday, January 18th 6:30-8:30pm – Young Souls Social Justice Task Force Meeting

Join us for our monthly Young Souls social justice task force meeting! Feel free to bring some food/drinks. We’ll be going over making a more inclusive space and caucuses within the Young Soul community. Location: TBD! Questions? Contact Alice Kurima Newberry. Click here to sign up for the Social Justice Task Force e-list and receive AWESOME goodies in your inbox.

 

Sunday, January 21st, 1pm – Young Souls January Brunch

Join us on Sunday January 21st at 1pm for our monthly Young Souls brunch! We’ll meet in Pierce Hall after the service. Location: We’ll be in the dining room after second service. There will be bagels, cream cheese (including vegan options), juice, and fruit. Please bring $5 cash or venmo to Claire. RSVP on Facebook here. Questions? Contact Claire at claire.adrian.tucci@gmail.com.

 

Likely Saturday Jan 27th, 9am-1pm – Full Church Council Meeting

Find out the strategic plan for the church and how to plug into the great initiatives planned for the coming years! Long-standing social justice committees will be featured so you learn about their history, there will be a centering discussion of the importance of incorporating anti-racism into all our work, and there will be round tables where you can meet the movers-and-shakers in our community. The church council is made up of lay leaders within the church from each committee and affinity group, and is an open discussion for all members of the church. Email Alice if you’d like to attend to see how best you can plug in.

 

Thursdays – Young Souls Book Club

In January the Young Souls Book Club will read The Elegance of the Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery. “The book follows events in the life of a concierge, Renée Michel, whose deliberately concealed intelligence is uncovered by an unstable but intellectually precocious girl named Paloma Josse. Paloma is the daughter of an upper-class family living in the upscale Parisian apartment building where Renée works.” “The Elegance of the Hedgehog is a moving, funny, atmospheric novel that exalts the quiet victories of the inconspicuous among us.” YS Book Club meets every Thursday at 7:30pm. For more information, contact Lauren.

 

February 16th – 19th – Winter Escape 2018!

Join us on the annual 4-day, 3-night fun-filled getaway for UU young adults (ages 18-35+) in the DC area. Winter Escape attendees typically come from All Souls, UUCA (Arlington), MVUC (Mount Vernon), River Road, Silver Spring, and other area congregations. This year’s retreat is at the beautiful Westmoreland State Park (VA) (the same location as WE ’17). The event will be held over President’s Day weekend. The cost of registration is $89/person and is fully refundable before 1/14. Click here to find out more info about the retreat. To register for a spot on Winter Escape 2018, click here! We are excited to continue the fun of this great, inter-congregational retreat… hope to see you at Winter Escape! Questions? Email winterescape11@gmail.com.

 

Young Souls Blog – youngsoulsatallsouls.wordpress.com

We’re looking for new blog posts! Do you have a blog post idea for the Young Souls Blog? We’re looking for new writers to contribute. You could write about a Young Souls event, an All Souls event, or any other topic! Previous blog posts have been about spiritual resources in the DC area, Classic Movie Nights, and the history of the All Souls neighborhood. Contact Justine Rothbart if you’re interested!

 

Young Souls Circle Suppers

In 2018 the Young Souls Circle Suppers will be organized quarterly. The next month for Circle Suppers will be in March! These are wonderful events for newcomers to meet fellow Young Souls in smaller settings. Check out Circle Supper photos on the Young Souls Blog and Facebook. Questions? Contact Justine Rothbart.

 

NEW LISTSERV IS LIVE – Have you signed up?

Sign up for the new Young Souls listserv here! We have set up a new free-posting listserv for everything from invitations to events, rapid response protests, to housing availability and requests. Remember to follow our communication covenants and guidelines and be sure your “Display Name” is your full first and last name. After signing up, you can post to the listserv directly by emailing young-souls@googlegroups.com. Questions? Contact YS President Alice Goldberg.

All Souls Annual Meeting on Sunday 12/10/2017

Fellow Young Souls,

 

The All Souls Annual Meeting will take place this Sunday after second service lunch. As the Young Souls board, we STRONGLY encourage you to attend and participate in this process. At the meeting, congregants will be voting on the 2018 budget and several changes to the bylaws.

 

According to our 5th principle, we value the democratic process in our congregation and now it is time to act. Below is a synopsis of what will be discussed at the meeting. It is not our intention to provide any opinions on how you should vote, instead we hope to empower you to vote with your own judgement and morals in mind.

 

CRITICAL/How to determine if you are eligible to vote:

  1. Verify that you are a member of the church. This means that you attended the 3 hour class and signed the book.

  2. Verify that you have made a donation of record. Login to your church account -> Giving-> My Giving History. Be sure that there is a donation listed there. If not, considering making a donation of $1. This will enable you to vote.

 

How to know what you will be voting on:

  1. Read the attached PDF.

  2. The super short summary of items that will be voted on are:

    1. the proposed 2018 budget.

    2. changing the legal name of the church to reflect DC code.

    3. the adoption of the 8th principle

    4. the creation of a process to remove members from the church

    5. Clearer descriptions of who is allowed to attend board of trustees meetings

    6. Making the senior minister an ex officio member of the board of trustees

 

You must be physically present at the annual meetingthis Sunday, at 1:15pm in order to vote. Please RSVP on facebook and come be apart of our larger congregation.

 

Please feel free to reach out to the board (youngsoulsboard@googlegroups.com) at any time with questions or concerns. DO NOT reply all to the listserv to discuss the contents of what will be voted on. We hope to see you on Sunday.

 

With compassion and gratitude,

Alice KG, Constance, Justine, Alice KN, Claire, Nick, and Jason

The Young Souls Board

Young Souls December Events!

(Check the monthly email for contact information for events) 

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Young Souls December 2017 Events

Keep track of all events on the Young Souls Google Calendar.

Would you like to organize a Young Souls event? Send your idea to the Young Souls Board at youngsoulsboard@googlegroups.com.

 

NEW LISTSERV IS LIVE – Have you signed up?

Sign up for the new Young Souls listserv here! We have set up a new free-posting listserv for everything from invitations to events, rapid response protests, to housing availability and requests. Remember to follow our communication covenants and guidelines and be sure your “Display Name” is your full first and last name. After signing up, you can post to the listserv directly by emailing young-souls@googlegroups.com. Questions? Contact YS President Alice Goldberg.

 

Friday, December 1st, 7pm – Young Souls December Potluck

Join us for our monthly Young Souls potluck! Potlucks are held at a home of one of our members and is a great event for newcomers. Please bring a dish or drink to share with everyone. Location: Check the YS listserv for address. RSVP on Facebook here. Hosted by Alice G, Kristin Z, Ben W-M, and their housemates. Visit the Young Souls Blog to see photos of previous potlucks. Questions? Contact Claire.

 

Thursday, December 7th- Young Souls Social Justice Task Force Meeting

Join us for our monthly Young Souls social justice task force meeting! Feel free to bring some food/drinks. We’ll be going over social justice initiatives locally and how we want to be involved using the tools/passions we have. Location: TBD! Questions? Contact Alice Kurima Newberry.  Click here to sign up for the Social Justice Task Force e-list and receive AWESOME goodies in your inbox.

Sunday, December 10th, After Second Service – All Souls Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting for the congregation is fast approaching! Be sure to mark your calendars! We will be voting on stuff like adopting the 8th Principle and other potential changes in policies. Please note you must be a member who has made a donation of record to vote.  Location: All Souls Sanctuary.

 

Wednesday, December 13th, 5:30pm – Young Souls Happy Hour

Join us for our monthly happy hour! This is an excellent event for newcomers to attend and meet other Young Souls. Local 16 donates 10% of our checks back to All Souls. Location: Local 16 (1602 U St. NW). RSVP on Facebook here. For those interested, we’ll walk over to Vespers after the happy hour. Questions? Contact Claire.

 

Sunday, December 17th, 1pm – Young Souls December Brunch

Join us on Sunday December 17th at 1pm for our monthly Young Souls brunch! We’ll meet in Pierce Hall after the service. Location: We’ll be in the dining room after second service. There will be bagels, cream cheese (including vegan options), juice, and fruit. Please bring $5 cash or venmo to claire. RSVP on the google doc so that we know how much food to buy. Facebook event here. Questions? Contact Claire.

 

Wednesday, December 20th, 6:30pm – Young Souls 7 Principles Discussion Group

Have you ever wanted to know more about the 7 Principles of Unitarian Universalism? Every third Wednesday of the month we will gather to discuss these 7 basic tenants of the Unitarian Universalist faith. We’ll talk about the actual language of the principle, historical UU perspectives, and our own experiences in relation to the month’s principle. On Wednesday, December 20th, we will cover the fifth principle: “The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large.” Snacks and, friendship will be provided. All are welcome, and those who are either new to the community or excited about the faith are especially encouraged to come. Bring your curiosity and join us as we delve into this intentional exploration of UU beliefs! Location: Shaw (Watha T. Daniel) Neighborhood Library- 1630 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20001. RSVP on Facebook here. Contact Nick Ford for more details or with any questions!

 

Thursdays – Young Souls Book Club

In December the Young Souls Book Club will read The Beautiful Struggle: A Memoir by Ta-Nehisi Coates.  “Powerfully evocative, Coates recalls life of struggle on the edge of chaos, and what is was like to be a young black man in desperate times. Ta Nehisi grew up in 1980s Baltimore when the city was on the verge of chaos: drugs, gangs and the constant threat of violence haunted the young black man’s life wherever he went…An exceptional father-son story from the National Book Award–winning author of Between the World and Me about the reality that tests us, the myths that sustain us, and the love that saves us.” YS Book Club meets every Thursday at 7:30pm. For more information, contact Lauren.

 

Young Souls Blog – youngsoulsatallsouls.wordpress.com

We’re looking for new blog posts! Do you have a blog post idea for the Young Souls Blog? We’re looking for new writers to contribute. You could write about a Young Souls event, an All Souls event, or any other topic! Previous blog posts have been about spiritual resources in the DC area, Classic Movie Nights, and the history of the All Souls neighborhood. Contact Justine Rothbart if you’re interested!

 

Young Souls Circle Suppers

Next year the Young Souls Circle Suppers will be organized quarterly. The next month for Circle Suppers will be March 2018! These are wonderful events for newcomers to meet fellow Young Souls in smaller settings. Check out Circle Supper photos on the Young Souls Blog and Facebook. Questions? Contact Justine Rothbart.

 

SAVE THE DATE: January 12th-14th – Jubilee Anti-Racism Training

This training builds awareness of racism in our society and in ourselves. It’s strongly recommended for folks interested in leadership with in the church and organizations in general. Email Alice Goldberg with questions. 

 

ON OUR PLATE: Likely Saturday Jan 27th – Full Church Council Meeting

Find out the strategic plan for the church and how to plug in! The church council is made up of lay leaders within the church from each committee and affinity group, and is an open discussion for all members of the church. Email Alice Goldberg with questions.

Sign Up! November Circle Suppers and Friendsgivings

Young Souls November Circle Suppers and Friendsgivings! – Sign up here!

Sign up for November Circle Suppers! We only have a couple hosts this month, so make sure to sign up quickly! These are wonderful events for newcomers to meet fellow Young Souls in smaller settings. Check out Circle Supper photos on the Young Souls Blog and Facebook. If you’d still like to host a Circle Supper or Friendsgiving in November, please contact Justine Rothbart.

Happy Hour Location Change – Wednesday November 8th at 5:30pm

Hi all,

There has been a location change for tomorrow’s happy hour. It will be hosted at Sudhouse DC at 1340 U Street NW
 
There will likely be a group walking over for vespers, but it is a slightly longer walk. Please plan accordingly.
See you tomorrow!
Claire

Fall Retreat 2017 Photos!

Photos from the Young Souls Fall Retreat at Shenandoah River State Park in November 2017! (Thanks, Benny Johnson, for the great photos!)

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Upcoming Events

  • Young Souls 7 Principles Discussion February 21, 2018 at 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm Meridian Hill Park, 2400 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20009, USA Have you ever wanted to know more about the 7 Principles of Unitarian Universalism? Every third Wednesday of the month we will gather to discuss these 7 basic tenants of the Unitarian Universalist faith. We'll talk about the actual language of the principle, historical UU perspectives, and our own experiences in relation to the month's…
  • YS Book Club February 22, 2018 at 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm The Young Souls Book Club meets every Thursday at 7:30pm. For more information, contact Lauren.
  • Young Souls and Souls in the Center Have Wine and Cheese February 24, 2018 at 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Join us for what will be a fun joint event. This is a great way for Young Souls to meet others in Souls in the Center! Here's the idea for how this works: everyone brings a bottle of wine and/or cheese/crackers/other appetizer. Non-alcoholic wines or juices in wine-like bottles are fair game. Leave price tag…
  • Young Souls February Brunch February 25, 2018 at 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Join us on Sunday February 25th at 1pm for our monthly Young Souls brunch! Location TBD. Have ideas? Send them to Claire at claire.adrian.tucci@gmail.com. RSVP on Facebook here. 
  • YS Book Club March 1, 2018 at 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm The Young Souls Book Club meets every Thursday at 7:30pm. For more information, contact Lauren.
  • YS Book Club March 8, 2018 at 8:30 pm – 10:30 pm The Young Souls Book Club meets every Thursday at 7:30pm. For more information, contact Lauren.