• Order of Service – 1.16.22

    January 16, 2022 

    Building Beloved Community

    Reverend Nica Eaton-Guinn

    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.

    Order Of Service:

    Prelude – Anthony Concepcion

    Call to Worship – Reverend Nica

    Welcome – Matt Chapa

    Chalice Lighting –Anahi Quiroz 

    Opening Hymn – #360 Here We Have Gathered

    Time for All AgesTogether, written by Mona Damluji and illustrated by Innosanto Nagara – Sam Dickerson

    Offering Words – Reverend Nica and Matt Chapa

    Offering Music – [Video] Make Them Hear You by Lynn Ahrens & Stephen Flaherty (featuring Marlon Solomon)


    Joys and Sorrows- Reverend Nica – You may write your Joys and Sorrows in the chatbox during the service or email them in advance. 

    Meditation – Reverend Nica

    Meditation Song – #95 There is more Love

    Sermon – Building Beloved Community – Reverend Nica

    Closing Hymn – #1014 Answering the Call of Love

    Benediction – Reverend Nica

    Announcements – Matt Chapa  

    Postlude – Anthony Concepcion 

    Break Out Rooms:

    1. Service discussion, Check-in w Rev Nica & newcomers
    2. Social Justice actions & discussion 
    3. 70+ Seniors
    4. Parents & Young Adults 


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