If you are new to Chalice, you may not be familiar with our annual auction, which is TOMORROW (Saturday, February 8) starting at 4 PM. Congregants bring finger foods, beer, wine & other beverages are provided. It is a GREAT party atmosphere, meeting with friends old and new, and an opportunity to acquire fabulous items […]
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Newcomer Coffee and Campus Tour
This coming Sunday, Jan. 26, between services
If you are a newcomer to Chalice, feel like one, or are a recent or returning visitor, we would love to share a cup of coffee and all things UU with you.
Between services this coming Sunday,
Meet at the table with the yellow tablecloth–
Be sure to pick up your newcomer […]
Learn more about Chalice and Unitarian Universalism
Would you like to know more about Chalice UU Congregation and Unitarian Universalism in general? Visitors, newcomers, and new members are invited to a series of gatherings–the Inquirers Series–to answer your questions.
Plan to attend one or more of the six sessions that begin on January 12. We will meet on Sunday mornings […]
Mondays in February from 10-11 a.m.
A series of classes offered by the Escondido Police Department.
Designed for seniors to reduce financial crimes.
This class will meet in Chalice’s Rainbow Room.
February 3: Telephone Scams
February 10: Identity Theft Prevention
February 17: Scams and Personal Safety
February 24: Common Local Scams
Reports to: Music Director
The Children’s Choir Director rehearses Spirit of Chalice (Chalice UU Congregation’s children’s choir for children in Kindergarten through 5th grade) and leads them in performances approximately 3-4 times per year at Sunday morning worship.
Lead dynamic and engaging rehearsals with music that explores […]
As we—finally! at long last!—get settled into our new space and continue to adjust to all the changes on our campus (we have a campus!), you will notice that we are paying fresh attention to the names of our rooms and buildings. This is because we now have new rooms and a new building, […]
Chalice volunteers prepare and serve a monthly dinner at Haven House, Interfaith Community Services’ Year-Round Emergency Shelter. Volunteers are encouraged to dine with Haven House residents, sharing fellowship and providing support.