As we dive into our theme of imagination this month, we explore what can happen when we allow our imagination to guide our lives. Can we free ourselves from our day-to-day habits and beliefs to thinking outside the box and creating a life beyond our wildest imagination? Join us for an interactive service setting your imagination free.
Open to 4th through 8th graders, we explore a different religion each month through videos, discussions, and activities. This is highly recommended to youth in 7th and 8th grade, offering a strong base when they begin Coming of Age in the 2021-22 church year.
The link for this program will be sent to those who are registered.
A year ago, we were hearing rumblings of a new virus, not knowing how that it would completely turn our world upside down. Though many of us found ways to cope and be creative, many still became depressed, overwhelmed, and withdrawn.
You can also call211, a free service available in Ventura County, to speak with someone about accessing many services including mental health assistance for people of all ages throughWellness Everyday.
Finally, Chalice is blessed to have a wonderfully caring and helpful Pastoral Care Team. If you need someone to talk to, send an email email@example.com. Along with the Pastoral Care Team, Sam Dickerson and Rev. Nica Eaton-Guinn are always here for you.
You are loved!
Houston, we have a dream!
Share this wonderful animated short, Coin Operated, with the family. Imagine where you can go, what you will do. Whatever your imagination can dream up, it’s up to you to make that possible!
Our mission: Religious Education empowers children and youth and supports families with tools to create a world of justice and compassion.
Saying Yes to Life! (in spite of everything)
Rev. Nica Eaton-Guinn
Sunday Service at 10 AM
Life can feel incredibly tough at times, especially these days. How do we continue to find the good in life, when there is so much suffering? Today we explore the coping mechanisms an extraordinary man, Viktor Frankl, found. Despite staring death in the face in a Nazi concentration camp and dealing with many other hardships, Frankl was still able to say yes to life. We also welcome new members into our Chalice community and say goodbye to our Board President, Jason Hall and family. Don’t miss this important service online! Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 209 555 249