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Exploring Non-Violent Action

Rev. Nica Eaton-Guinn

Sunday Service at 10 AM

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and Congressman John Lewis were staunch advocates of a non-violent revolution. Today, on this Sunday celebrating Martin Luther King Day, we explore what non-violent action means, and the many ways we might engage it to make our world more racially equitable and just.

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  • Update on Covid-19 Plans 2020-12-23
    Dear Chalice Members and Friends,   The Board and I met last night to assess our plans regarding reopening Chalice. We promised you an update at the end of the year. In light of the current surge of Covid19 and our local hospitals reaching capacity, we will not be reopening our buildings for in-person gatherings until sometime ...
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Racial Justice Statement

Chalice Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s Board of Trustees condemns the recent and continued violence levied against Black people and all People of Color. Our UU values call us to do the work of ending racism in all its forms.  We embrace the inherent worth and dignity of every person and respect the interdependent web of all existence.  We are compelled by the Black Lives Matter movement and will show up proactively and compassionately in the ongoing struggle for justice and equity.  In our work, we must name hard truths and act with love.  Join us as we move forward.

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We are an LGBTQ Welcoming Congregation

We are an LGBTQ Welcoming Congregation

 

We are a Welcoming Congregation, recognized by the Unitarian Universalist Association. This means we affirm and include people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer at every level of congregational life—in worship, in program, and in social occasions.

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