Author: Jill Lewis
The Social Action Team meeting with Reverend Nica took place on April 5. Group leaders presented information about developments since our November 2019 meeting. Since we are in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, we identified some actions we can take right now online toward … read more.
The semi-annual Social Action meeting with Rev Nica took place on April 5. Group leaders presented information and activities since the previous November 2019 meeting. Due to the COVID-19 virus, focus was on actions we can take right now online toward social justice.
The Chalice Climate … read more.
Dates to remember and Ways to Connect
Chalice at a physical-not social- distance!
Tuesday, March 24th – Family Chapel: 11 – 11:30 am with Sam
Weekly on Wednesdays – Hymn Sing or singalong: 5 – 5:45 pm
with Anthony, our Music Director
Weekly … read more.
Please consider joining us at these upcoming events:
“CoverAge” screening and webinar with Buen Vecino – June 9th at 5:30 p.m. Q&A to address why Health 4 All Seniors is so important and how to support it. Event link coming soon!
Important work and motivating actions are happening at Chalice. We now have four justice areas of focus. They are: (1) economic, (2) racial and cultural, (3) gender and reproductive, and (4) climate. Thank you to all the interested and involved people who attended our Nov. … read more.
As we celebrate our Ingathering and launch the new church and school year, we explore the theme of ‘Expectation’ this month. Expectation is a word that can make many of us uncomfortable. It conjures up what we demand from one another and from life. … read more.
Guest writer Gordon Clint
I am inspired that Chalice members are loving our planet in so many ways:
Come to “Love Our Planet” – a family-friendly Community Forum with lunch at noon on Saturday, September 21. All ages are welcome to participate in fun, entertaining, interactive, … read more.
Minister’s Message – August 2019
It is good to be back at Chalice! I’m excited to begin our fourth year together. Meanwhile, thank you for granting me a productive, rejuvenating, and inspiring break.
During my 3 weeks of Study Leave, I read a number of excellent … read more.
Lights for Liberty in Camarillo was a success with hundreds of people and some 40 Chalice members and friends participating to uphold human rights at the border. Thanks to overall planning from a wide coalition of community groups and certain individuals from Chalice like … read more.