Rev. Nica Eaton-Guinn

Animal Blessing

Today we will be blessing the animals in our lives. Please have them present with you in service, or bring their photo, if you would like to have them blessed.  Please bring photos of any beloved animals who have passed and whom you wish to memorialize. We look forward to celebrating the difference animals make in our lives.

Staying Hopeful

Czech dissident and President, Vaclav Havel, wrote in “The Power of the Powerless”  that: “Hope is not a prognostication – it’s an orientation of the spirit….” How do we orient our spirit towards hope when there is so much in our world right now that feels hopeless and scary? What resources do we need to draw on to orient our spirit towards hope? In this service, Rev Nica will explore how to turn our internal compass in the direction of hope.

Inspirations from Our Wider Faith

Several members of Chalice attended our annual General Assembly virtually this year. Join us to hear stories and impressions from this first ever completely virtual GA.

Honoring Compassionate Fathers

Sunday Service on Zoom at 10 a.m.

This Father’s Day we honor the men in our lives who value compassion in their parenting, work and lives. For so long society has praised power and strength in men as opposed to compassion and kindness. Join Reverend Nica and several men in our congregation to celebrate the power of being a compassionate man.

Matt Petras

Raul Ballesteros

Tim Snowber

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Music for Healing

Service Sunday on Zoom at 10 a.m.

This week’s service focuses on celebrating the gift of music. Music that heals, uplifts, and comforts us during this time. Join our wonderful new Music Director, Anthony Concepcion and Reverend Nica, as they lift up the many musical talents we have in our congregation to bring us all to a space of healing and joy during this time.

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The UU Spiritual Journey

Service Sunday on Zoom at 10 a.m.

Today we begin our focus on the monthly theme of Compassion. As we welcome new members into our community, we explore the compassionate spiritual path that binds our community together. Join us to meet the new members of Chalice and find clarity and guidance in our communal Unitarian Universalist spiritual journey.

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What’s Next?

Service Sunday on Zoom at 10 a.m.

As we gradually come out of isolation and step into a very different reality, what’s the world we want to create now? What changes from our distancing time do we want to embrace? What will we bring with us? What will we leave behind? Join us to explore the question of what’s next.

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Listening to our Bodies

Are you feeling scared of getting ill with the virus? Are you fretting about your immune system or eating more than you usually do? Or are you sitting more in meetings and watching more TV than usual? Our bodies may be more vulnerable than usual during this time because of our change in rhythms and the possibility of getting sick. This service will help us connect our minds and hearts to our bodies and focus on listening more deeply within.

Service Sunday on Zoom at 10:00 am 

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Feeling Alone?

Service Sunday at 10:00am via Zoom

These are challenging times, especially for those who live alone. Loneliness was a major struggle for Americans before this pandemic began. And now, with the ‘Stay Safe at Home’ order, isolation is becoming even more rampant and challenging for many in our community and beyond. This service will look at how we can address the issue of loneliness and find support in new ways.

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Family 2.0 – Family Life in the Time of Covid-19

Family life has changed overnight. Instead of seeking companionship and activities outside the home, we are primarily turning to our family for community. How are families adjusting to reduced freedoms? How are relationships shifting within the home? Join us to hear from some of our own Chalice families.