As a border town, San Diego has a unique relationship with Mexico. This morning we reflect on what it is to live in such close proximity to an “other” country.
In today’s world, more than ever, Emily Dickinson’s poem resonates. Hope perches in the heart and sings wordlessly and without pause, inspiring us onward. We hope you find such inspiration in our poetic offerings from Chalice poets and poetry fans.
We start the new year by considering what burdens we might want to release in order to continue our life’s journey less encumbered. Our ritual this morning will invite you to let go of something weighing you down, and also to affirm what you want more of in your life. Please join worship associates Patty Carlisle, […]
What shining stones have you laid down this year? Where will you find more in 2018? Inspired by Lynn Ungar’s poem “Hansel and Gretel,” join us in discovering shining stones that return us to a place of comfort and peace of mind while avoiding the distractions of the gingerbread house. Please join worship associate Debi […]
Please join worship associate Carol Molek for this lay-led service on welcoming and the military. Chalice congregant Callie Leef will read a sermon by UU military chaplain David Pyle.