• 2.25.24 Order of Service


    In Person and Online ~  10 am 

    Anthony Concepcion with Reverend Nica Eaton

    Singing for Justice – Music Service

    Music has always been a shield for social justice. This service will explore music that seeks to unite humanity through peace and love.

    Month Theme – Justice and Equity

    Processional – #170 “We Are A Gentle Angry People”

    Welcome – Anthony Concepcion 

    Call to Worship – Reverend Nica Eaton

    Chalice Lighting – Reverend Nica Eaton and Todd Hess

    Opening Hymn – “The Times They Are A-Changing” by Bob Dylan 

    Time for All Ages “Around the UU” An old camp song adapted by Rick Wells 

    Manna Collection – Reverend Nica Eaton

    Offering Words – Marcy Wingard 

    Offering Music – “Like a Mighty Stream ” by Moses Hogan and John Jacobson Performed by The Chalice Choir under the direction of Anthony Concepcion 

    Receiving the Offering – Reverend Nica Eaton

    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. You can also email your joys or concerns during the week to worship@chaliceuu.org

    A Musical Meditation – with Carol Marie Downing’s song “I Am the Calm,” Taught by Anthony

    Musical Selections –  

    “What’s Going On” by Marvin Gaye, performed by Anthony Concepcion, Ray Moss, Trey Henry and the Chalice Choir

    “There But for Fortune” by Phil Ochs, performed by Merlin Snider, Norma Greenberg

    “Taxman” by George Harrison performed by Randall Edwards, Pam Bage, Merlin Snider, Ray Moss and Trey Henry

    “Abraham’s Light” Written and performed by Merlin Snider with Anthony Concepcion, Pam Bage, Randall Edwards, Deborah Snider, Ray Moss and Trey Henry

    Closing Hymns – “Bend the Arc” taught by Anthony Concepcion

    “If I Had a Hammer” by Pete Seeger and Les Hayes 

    Benediction – Anthony Concepcion

    Announcements – Reverend Nica Eaton

    Extinguishing the Chalice – Reverend Nica Eaton

    Closing Words – Reverend Nica Eaton

    Postlude – Anthony Concepcion 

    Special thanks to today’s musicians:


    Randall Edwards

    Norma Greenberg

    Nancy Sumers


    Pam Bage

    Helene Chin

    Pamela Denchfield

    Anne Ewell

    Mary Freed

    Noreen Powers

    Marcy Wingard


    Gary Johnson

    Tom Powers

    Kirsten Rosselot


    Chris Denchfield

    Todd Hess

    Floyd Martin

    Don Parker

    Rick Wells

    Bass: Trey Henry

    Drums: Ray Moss

    Guitar: Merlin Snider





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