Rev. Sharon Wylie says, “participating in religious community is an act of resistance in a culture that pushes us into disconnection and isolation. Our Unitarian Universalist vision is healing and transformative: a world where love and justice are the central, guiding forces. As we sing so often on Sunday mornings: ‘It’s a house of love, and you are welcome here.'”
The best way to get connected at Chalice is to get involved. You might join the choir or other musical groups, bring your children to religious education classes, join a book group, attend a potluck dinner or practice yoga. Explore the pages in this section to learn more.