Rev. Nica Eaton-Guinn

Lighting our Chalice

Last June the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Conejo Valley voted to give ourselves an additional, short name: “Chalice”. Join us for ONE SERVICE ONLY at 9:15 as we officially celebrate adding the name ‘Chalice’ to our congregation. This special service of dedication will include music, song, poetry, stories and speakers. The service will be followed by a congregational brunch, celebration and activities for the whole family. Please join us for both. We look forward to celebrating with you.

What can we expect from Unitarian Universalism?

Many people call Unitarian Universalism the religion of the future. What are some of the things that differentiate Unitarian Universalism from other religions? What expectations can we have of our faith tradition? As we gather to celebrate our Ingathering with our annual water ceremony, we look at what binds us together as a faith tradition, and what we can expect. Join us as we return to 2 services at 9:15 and 11.

Beloved Conversations

One Service at 10:00am only 
Conscious conversations around race and the role it plays in our society are vital especially these days. Issues of race confront us in our politics, our daily lives and in this country’s history since its founding. This past spring 14 members of our congregation participated in a program called “Beloved Conversations” to gain greater consciousness around the role race plays in our lives. Join us as we share our spiritual realizations why it is so important to be more mindful of race.

How do you love?

One Service Only Service at 10:00 am
If the main way we can change the world is by opening our hearts to one another and loving more, how do you do that? How does your unique call to bring more love to this world express itself? Can we bring more love to our families and friends, to our community and those we don’t know? How might we love those who are difficult to love? Join us to explore how Unitarian Universalism calls each of us to grow and express our love, so we may help heal the world.

The Spiritual Sweet Spot

Service at 10:00am only 
This week, Rev. Nica returns from her study leave and summer break. Today she shares the fruits of her reflections and insights with us. Join us for our minister’s musings.

A More Beautiful World

Services at 9:15 & 11:00 We live in a world with so much pain, heartache, and destruction. On this Father’s Day, we look at how we can harness our better natures to create a world we can all be proud of, a world of kindness, respect, interdependence, and beauty. How can fathers play a role … Continued

From Reaction to Creation

ONE SERVICE ONLY at 9:15 
Most of us react to the circumstances and situations life presents us, especially during these incendiary times. Today we explore how we could take greater control of our lives and live differently by moving the ‘c’ from reaction to the front of the word. What if we could become more aware of our power to create life, rather than simply react to it? How do we move more consciously from reaction to creation? Join us to learn more about this vital transition in our way of being.

Gifts of our Faith

Services at 9:15 & 11:00
At the end of April, a group from CVUUF attended our UU District Assembly. Join us as they share some of the gifts and inspiration they received from our faith that weekend. We will also be welcoming and celebrating our newest members at this service.

What Does the Future Hold? – Bridging Service

ONE SERVICE ONLY 10AM
Another year has gone by, and it is once again time to wish our graduating high school seniors well as they move on to their next journey as young adults. This is also a time to show gratitude to the kindhearted volunteers who have helped nurture our children and youth. Please join us for a very special single service at 10am, followed by a lively celebration.

What If…?

Services at 9:15 & 11:00
What if money were used to Heal, Empower, Link and Provide (HELP) rather than control, acquire and divide? What if money were used to connect us rather than separate us? Today we explore renewed definitions of generosity and money, guided less by scarcity thinking and more by love and possibility. Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate our community’s interconnectedness, our generosity and our vision for our future.