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Contact Us

All Souls New London
19 Jay St.
New London, Connecticut 06320
Telephone: 860-443-0316

Regular Schedule

  • Sunday morning worship services are at 9:30 and 11:15 unless noted otherwise in the schedule to the right.
  • Religious education classes for children pre-K through 12th grade begin September 14. Nursery care provided for the littlest ones at the first service.


Sunday Services Schedule

Welcome to All Souls New London
A UUA Breakthrough Congregation
A Welcoming Congregation

Reverend Carolyn Patierno, Senior Minister
Reverend Caitlin O'Brien, Associate Minister

Sunday Services at 9:30 and 11:15

Religious education classes for Pre-K through grade 8 at the first service
Youth Group for grades 9-12 at 11:15 in the Emerson Room
Nursery Care is provided for infants and toddlers at the first service

February Ministry Theme:
The Transient and the Permanent
“Truth stood on one side and Ease on the other: It has often been so.”

~Theodore Parker


February 1
“From Making Change to Uncovering Dormant  Goodness”                                                                                                                                           Guest Preacher: Hannah Gant of St. Francis House  
Worship Leader: Radha Jill Richmond-Covey

Our current approach to making social and economic justice happen moves painfully slow. Hannah Gant shares thoughts about another way that shifts the focus into a curiosity about the dormant goodness inside us as individuals, groups, and a larger community that can be awakened. She is a social entrepreneur with a unique worldview and a gift for bringing people together to manifest potential. She moved to New London two years ago to be a part of the St. Francis House community.

Elizabeth Bull will provide American Sign Language interpretation at the 9:30 service.

February 8
“The Transient and Permanent in Christianity"

Worship Leader: Rebecca Bryan, Ministerial Intern

Come learn what this sermon, delivered by Unitarian minister Theodore Parker in 1841, has to teach us today. Don’t let the title scare you away!

February 15
“Transience and Permanence: When It Comes and Goes, Do We?”
Worship Leader: Barbara May

We have all heard the saying “the only thing that stays the same is change.” How do we decide when we need to change and what we need to change?

February 22

Guest Preacher to Be Announced: Watch for information on the Website, Eblast, and Facebook.

Upcoming Events



5th Saturday Community Meal
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
New volunteers will be welcomed and trained. Meals are served in the meal center at Montauk Ave. Contact Carol Irwin if you would like to help. Thanks!


9:30 AM
Nursery care provided for infants and toddlers at the 9:30 a.m. service
Religious Education Classes
9:30 AM to 11:00 AM
For children and youth Pre-Kindergarten through grade 8
OWL Parent Meeting
11:00 AM
Childcare will be provided
11:15 AM
Youth Group
11:15 AM
For grades 9-12
"Serving with Grace" Workshop
11:15 AM
This fabulous, short book looks at how each of us can serve our congregation and how that service can be a spiritual practice. Childcare provided.


Meditation Group
7:15 AM to 8:30 AM
Open to all. Practice consists of mindful sitting, walking and Dharma discussion. Guidance for practice and individual instruction is available.


5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Open to all. Practice consists of mindful sitting, walking and Dharma discussion. Guidance for practice and individual instruction is available.
Craft Circle
7:00 PM
Choir Rehearsal
7:30 PM to 9:00 PM


Humanist Discussion Group
7:00 PM
This month Peter Whipple will speak on his journey with humanism.


7:00 PM
Friday Night Folk Concert
7:30 PM
Geoff Kaufman and Emma's Revolution. Tickets are $20 at the door; $17 in advance and $10 for students and people with a military ID.