Renewing Our Faith

Sunday Service on Zoom at 10 a.m.

In June 2020, the UUA’s Commission on Institutional Change released a report suggesting ways in which we can remake our faith to live into the essential promises and ideals of Unitarian Universalism. Our Chalice Board of Trustees will be studying their report “Widening the Circle of Concern” thoughout this year. Today we begin exploring some of themes and recommendations for systemic change to renew our journey in creating an equitable world.

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Meeting ID: 209 555 249
Phone: 16699009128
Password: 2020

Ingathering – Tending the Spark of Hope

Normally Ingathering marks the time when we all come together again after our summers, to celebrate our community and renew our commitment to each other and our faith. Today, though we continue to be physically distant due to Covid 19, we gather from near and far to renew our connections to Chalice and one another. During today’s Zoom service we will invite you to share a wish or blessing for Chalice which we will post in our Sanctuary. After today’s service, you are invited to a drive-by ritual in which you may bring a sacred object to Reverend Nica and our Worship Team to leave on our Sanctuary altar until we meet again in person. In these ways, your intention, blessing and commitment will be held in our Sanctuary until we are together again physically. And you will have renewed our community.

What Matters?

Moving together through these challenging times, we find ourselves, perhaps on a daily basis, reassessing our priorities. UCLA Oncology Chaplain and popular guest speaker Michael Eselun shares reflections on the question, “What Matters?”


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