RE @ Chalice Blog 1/13/22

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Chalice Family Update

January 13, 2022

The theme for this month is… Living with Intention


Building Beloved Community

Sunday morning at 10am

with Rev. Nica Eaton-Guinn

This will be held on Zoom only.
Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King’s goal was building Beloved Community. But what does building Beloved Community really mean? And what does it look like in the context of this congregation? Join us this MLK Day to celebrate this great prophet, explore his ideals and what they may mean for Chalice.

Zoom ID: 209 555 249      Passcode: 2020


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!

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81860584057?pwd=SkppaGd1TlhraEh0b3BSemdrUGtidz09

Have ideas about what you want to see in RE?

Email your DRE Sam Dickerson dre@chaliceuu.org


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Crossing Paths will not be held in January. We hope to return in February with our exploration of Quakerism. Please watch this space and your email for updates.


Chalice Hangouts for Middle School and YRUU are cancelled for the month of January. We hope to return in February. Please watch this space and your email for updates.


UU Chalice with Hands Image for Word Art – Alice the Chalice

Coming of Age will not be held in person during the month of January. Please see emails from your facilitators for updates and Zoom information.


Our Whole Lives (OWL) is experiencing delays due to the current Covid outbreak. The mandatory parent meeting scheduled for this Sunday is being rescheduled. The start date of classes is also being delayed. Please check your email for messages from your facilitators for updates.


Announcing Side with Love — Side With Love

30 Days of Love

Jan. 18 – Feb. 14

sidewithlove.org

It’s that time of year again! Though Unitarian Universalists side with love year round, this time of year we dive a little deeper with 30 Days of Love. We use this time to act, listen, watch, read, and worship. Follow the link above to see what events are being held, how to volunteer, resources available to you, and the different themes for each week of 30 Days of Love.


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Bring on the joy!

10 Powerful Ways to Cultivate Joy in Your Family

Don’t Miss the Joy in Family Life

Where joy hides and how to find it 

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