Reverend Nica Eaton-Guinn & Friends
Inspiration from our Wider Faith – Our UU General Assembly
Last month several Chalice members attended our annual Unitarian Universalist General Assembly. Today Rev. Nica and members share inspiration, updates, and lessons about our wider faith tradition with our Chalice community.
Prelude – Anthony Concepcion
Opening Hymn – Hymn #1000, “Morning has Come”
Welcome & Call to Worship – Reverend Nica Eaton-Guinn
Introduction & Chalice Lighting – Annie Barker
Time for All Ages – Annie Barker
Offering Words – Pamela Lopez
For this week’s special collection, we are requesting funds to support the National Network of Abortion Funds. This is a network of 80 abortion-support organizations around the country helping women who are in the states where they cannot access abortion. Women in need are given funds for transportation and housing. They are connected to doctors and communities who will compassionately support their choices. These funds will be put to work immediately.
Offering Music – “Fire” from the 3rd Movement of “Elements ” by Katerina Gimon. Performed by the Texas All State Treble Chorus.
Joys and Sorrows – You may write your Joys and Sorrows in the chatbox during the service if you are online. If you are in person please fill out an index card.
Singing Our Children Out – Reverend Nica Eaton-Guinn
Reflection – Lorella Hess
Time of Meditation – Reverend Nica Eaton-Guinn
Meditation Song – “There is a Love” Led by Anthony Concepcion.
Reflections from GA – Reverend Nica Eaton-Guinn and Randall Edwards.
Closing Hymn – Hymn #1014, “Answering the Call of Love”
Benediction – Reverend Nica Eaton-Guinn
Postlude – Anthony Concepcion
- Service Discussion and Newcomers
- Social Justice- actions and discussion
- 70+ Seniors