View the recording of the 2020 Bellows Lecture, "Henry Bergh: Animal Advocate, New Yorker, Unitarian and Riddle of the 19th Century"
presented by Dr. Bernard Unti.
Would you like to work with us to preserve
All Souls history?
We are seeking volunteers to work with us on collecting and recording church records and materials from congregation members and groups, posting themed materials on our website, checking sources, writing summaries, and researching background materials. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in finding a new volunteer opportunity at church, and would like to work with us and learn more about All Souls' history!
Preserving the Present
as a Legacy for the Future
Imagine being able to write the first draft of history!
Please send us your stories for the archive we're creating to document the current life of All Souls.
Selected contributions (with contributors' permission) will be posted in the Community Stories section of this website. Our aim is to capture the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the uprising against racial injustice on our community. For more details, see Preserving the Present as a Legacy for the Future.
Please send your contributions to us at email@example.com. Thank you!
Honor the Past
Celebrate the Present
Shape the Future
The Unitarian Church of All Souls NYC was founded on November 15th, 1819. From its humble beginnings in a downtown parlor to its rise as a flagship of Unitarian Universalism, it has been a beacon for liberal religious thinking for more than two centuries.
This website was created as a place to find out about, and share memories of, the history of our church.
We also publicize our events on All Souls Connext, our new social network.