Rev. Nica Eaton-Guinn

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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Meeting ID: 209 555 249
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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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Meeting ID: 209 555 249
Phone: 16699009128
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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.

Easter Reimagined

Traditionally during Easter, we celebrate resurrection, rebirth, and renewal. It’s a time of celebration and coming out of the darkness. But in the midst of a pandemic affecting the whole world, we need to reimagine this tradition. Join us for a Unitarian Universalist take on how we might honor Easter at this time.

Contemplative Service – Facing the Darkness Together

Service at 8:00p Friday, April 8 via Zoom

In these unprecedented times, Good Friday is an important reminder of how to walk through dark times. Join us for this special contemplative meditation service, in which we honor how to face difficulties together. Meet at 8 pm on Zoom and have a candle with you to light.

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Poetry and Practices for Liberation

10 am Service via Zoom

As we navigate these unusual times we look to poetry and spiritual practices that help us explore this month’s theme of liberation. Join Rev. Nica for a practical and inspiring Zoom service, feeling our freedom even while we are staying in.

New link as of 4/4/2020
Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/209555249?pwd=dkVSdDE1ZWh5dHBVcXo2ZHVKQUJkQT09

Meeting ID: 209 555 249
Password: 2020 (As of 4/4)
Phone: 16699009128

The Art of Living During Social Distancing

This time of social distancing due to the Coronavirus is calling us to create new habits and spiritual wisdom. Join us to explore what we may need to develop during these unprecedented times.

Connection During Coronavirus

This service will focus on how we stay connected, calm and courageous when everything around us is shifting rapidly.

She Persisted – The Wisdom of Women

Women around the world have faced tremendous challenges and subjugation throughout the ages. Yet thankfully, they have persisted in sharing their dreams, wisdom, and gifts with the wider world. This service will explore women’s wisdom and their determination to make a difference, against many odds.

Wisdom of Our Youth

A five-year old was asked what made his day so awesome. His reply was simply, “because I wanted to be.” Our children and youth are truly deep wells of knowledge, capable of showing us pathways we had forgotten even existed. Let’s take time to find what else we can learn from these spectacular human beings!