Wednesday Connections Info:
-Dinner: A pay what you can, donation-based meal starting at 5:30 p.m. $5 helps, $10 covers the meal, $20 helps sustain All Souls programming. Attending dinner is not required to attend connections, but is encouraged!
-Childcare: Available for toddlers through 5th grade. Caregivers are background checked for peace of mind. Pickup by 8:30 p.m.
-Chapel is optional as well, begins at 6:30. All Souls is a Universalist Unitarian Church. Wednesday chapel is focused on Black Oklahoma. From the All Souls Website: "Focus: Black Oklahoma is a news and public affairs program covering topics relevant to African American and BIPOC communities statewide. The monthly NPR-affiliated radio show & podcast seeks to inform the public through stories and interviews, engage the community through lively discussion, and spotlight local artists and creators. At this event you will hear some of the show’s segments, meet the show’s correspondents, and FBO’s executive producer, Quraysh Ali Lansana, will lead the group through an introduction of the Racial Healing Circle."
-Third Space Classes: Begin at 7 p.m. and are open to all skill levels. We have three female identifying/nonbinary classes focused on creatively welcoming and safe spaces as well as maintaining boundaries and crafting inclusive comedy.