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Chalice Weekly Family Update
April 1, 2021
April’s theme is… Becoming
Sunday Morning Service at 10am
Becoming Unitarian Universalism – Celebrating 60 Years
with Rev. Nica Eaton-Guinn
In Spring of 1961, Unitarianism and Universalism merged to become one religion. Today we celebrate Unitarian Universalism’s 60th anniversary by honoring our history and seeing how we’ve evolved as one faith over the last 60 years.
Enjoy music, stories, and checking in with friends. Ideal for younger children through third grade but all are welcome!
Due to low interest, the Crossing Paths program is ending for the rest of the 2020-21 church year.
Thank you to all participants and volunteers for your contributions. It has been a fun and fascinating time for all involved.
Crossing Paths will return in future…
Thank you to everyone who came out and participated in Chalk Art Fest! Your art was such a special gift to the congregation. Hope to see you at our next event!
Is your youth interested in attending General Assembly?
This is a perfect time for Youth and Young Adults to meet with like-minded peers from across the continent.
Be a witness to social action.
Build relationships beyond Chalice.
Go deeper within your chosen faith.
Go here for more information. Scholarships are available through the UUA and Chalice.
Tie Dye Party!
Saturday, May 1
Join in with your friends at Chalice for some swirly, colorful fun! Bring your spirit of joy and something to dye, we’ll provide the rest.
We will also have a little fun celebrating May Day with May Day baskets.
Sign ups coming soon! Don’t forget to reserve your spot!
For our Muslim friends,
Ramadan begins April 12!
For those who practice Islam, Ramadan is a month long celebration filled with fasting, prayer, and charity. If you would like to learn more about Ramadan and why it is a treasured holiday for the Islamic community, you can read this article from Learn Religions or watch this video from Behind the News.
April 10 is National Siblings Day
No one loves you like a sibling. Even you drive each other crazy, they are the one person to have your back, no matter what. Take a moment to knock on their door or pick up the phone and tell them how special they are to you. If you happen to be an only child, do you have a friend or cousin who is a close as sibling? Show them the same love.
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