During this time of Coronavirus, the Chalice community will be meeting online and connecting regularly on our Facebook page. Please go to our Facebook page if you’d like to be kept up to date about Chalice’s worship plans, livestreams and messages from our Minister as well as other members of the congregation. If you are a member of Chalice, there is also a special member’s page. We wish everyone calm, health and courage during these times.
One White Guy’s Journey Across Privilege and Systemic Racism: Bro, They’re Real
Sunday Service on Zoom at 10 a.m.
Acknowledging the existence of white privilege is not an admission of individual racism. Chalice Board of Trustees President Jason Hall shares his personal journey from ignorance to awareness and action.
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Meeting ID: 209 555 249
- General Assembly’s Service of the Living Tradition 2020-06-26https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STYjElPRcQs In case you missed it, watch Reverend Nica receive Full Fellowship with the Unitarian Universalist Association!
- Update from Chalice UU Minister & Board 2020-06-10Saturday, June 6, 2020 Dear Members and Friends of Chalice, Last Sunday some church’s buildings reopened in our State and around the country. As I shared during last Sunday’s sermon, we at Chalice are in the fortunate position of being able to continue living into our mission virtually while keeping everyone safe. Though our buildings are closed, ...
- A UUA Virtual Prayer Vigil 2020-06-05https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5HeVBM4tGk4 Just in case you missed it or just want to watch it again! JOIN US as we gather to uplift black resistance….. Decry white supremacy…. Grieve the murder of black lives and recommit to living our Unitarian Universalist values. Speakers: -UUA President Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray -Rev. Carlton Elliot Smith, UUA -Everette Thompson, Side with Love -Paige Ingram, Black Lives of UU -Musician: Melanie DeMore
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.
My name is Anahi and I have been a member of our congregation for 4 and a half years. When I found Unitarian Universalism, I was alone in the world trying to create social change. I struggle against apathy and indifference and my actions seemed insignificant. Then I came to community and I fulfilled my sense of belonging. I appreciate that I can come as I am.
Read the full testimonial.