• RE @ Chalice Blog 5/12/22

    Religious Education at Chalice!

    A place for wonder. A place for fun.

    Welcome, welcome everyone!

    Chalice Family Update

    May 12, 2022

    The theme for May is… Nurturing Beauty

    The Beautiful Journey: A Coming of Age Service

    Sunday morning at 10am

    with Rev. Nica Eaton-Guinn & Sam Dickerson

    Most religions have a rite of passage for their youth. In Unitarian Universalism, it’s Coming of Age. It is a time not only of faith exploration, but self exploration. Who is the person I want to be? What do I want to put out in this world? This group of thoughtful and engaging teens will share their impressions of this journey with the congregation through music, stories, and art. Join us as we celebrate these magnificent young people and this treasured tradition of our faith. This is an all ages service.

    Zoom ID: 209 555 249      Passcode: 2020

    Families welcome! The Joy Corner is open! This is an intergenerational service!

    Family Chapel

    Sunday mornings 9-9:30am

    Check In opportunities with your friends in RE!

    Enjoy music, stories, and checking in with friends. Ideal for younger children through third grade but all are welcome!


    Have ideas about what you want to see in RE?

    Email your DRE Sam Dickerson dre@chaliceuu.org

    Crossing Paths!

    May we will explore… Paganism

    When: Sundays, 5/1 thru 5/22

    Time: 2-3pm

    Where: Fellowship Hall at Chalice (Yes, in person!)

    **Masks must be worn by all who attend. (N95, KN95, or KF94)

    Please RSVP here: https://bit.ly/ChaliceCP. Youth need only show up with open minds and hearts. Attendance throughout the month is strongly recommended. Families need not be members for youth to attend. Friends welcome!

    Find more information about Crossing Paths, see the email flyer or contact Sam Dickerson dre@chaliceuu.org.

    YRUU Hangout next Friday!

    Chalice Hangouts for May!

    YRUU (High School) – May 20

    6-8pm @ Fellowship Hall

    Hot Dogs – Movie – Games – Friends Welcome!

    RSVP@ https://bit.ly/ChaliceHangout

    For more info contact: Sam Dickerson dre@chaliceuu.org

    *RSVPs requested to ensure plenty of food for all.

    Please RSVP by the Thursday before your chosen Hangout.

    **Masks required while in attendance (N95, KN95, or KF94)

    Stuffed Animal Sleepover @ BPL - The Bedford Citizen

    Stuffy Sleepover!

    The ultimate pajama party!

    Saturday, May 21, 1-5pm

    Bring your stuffy to Chalice for an afternoon of fun–games, stories, and a dance party! Your stuffy will stay the night in the Sanctuary with our trusty stuffy staff. Parents are welcome to participate or take an “adult break” in Fellowship Hall. Then join us again Sunday, May 22 at 10am to enjoy church with your stuffy and friends. Pajamas optional!

    RSVP now at https://bit.ly/StuffySleepover

    Questions? Email Sam Dickerson dre@chaliceuu.org

    Pepper Tree Playfield - Conejo Recreation and Park District

    Chalice RE invites families and RE volunteers

    Picnic in the Park

    Sunday, June 5, 11:30am-1pm 

    after our Bridging and RE appreciation service

    Bring your picnic basket to Pepper Tree Playfield and join other Chalice families and RE volunteers for lunch in the park. Laugh, play, and meet new friends as we conclude another wonderful church year.

    Pepper Tree Playfield

    3720 Old Conejo Rd, Newbury Park, 91320

    Have you registered for camp yet???

    About -

    Now’s the time to register for summer camps on the mountain top!

    Click on one of the links below for more information and registration.

    UU Elementary School Summer Camp

    UU Junior High Summer Camp 

    UU Senior High Summer Camp 

    UU Family Summer Camp

    Don’t miss out on this opportunity!

    What's happening this month in Barnet – Barnet Homes

    Jewish American Heritage Month


    Asian/ Pacific American Heritage Month


    Mental Health Awareness Month


    Unitarian Universalist Resources | About Unitarian Universalism | Discover

    Happy Birthday, UUA!

    May 12 is Founding Day for the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). Founded in 1961, The Unitarian and Universalist churches made it official, joining together in the hopes of making a greater impact in this world.

    History of Unitarian Universalism 

    Why Unitarians and Universalists Belong Together

    Our mission: Religious Education empowers children and youth and supports families with tools to create a world of justice and compassion.

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