We’ll have a “Membership 101” class on Sunday, April 5 from 10:15 to 11 a.m. in the Green Room. This will be a time for congregants who are considering membership at Chalice to learn more about the rights and responsibilities that come with membership.
You are not required to attend this class in order to join […]
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 […]
Happy New Year! I’m excited about 2020 for a couple of reasons. For one, it’s nice to have a decade that’s easier to talk about. “The twenties” is so much easier than either “the aughts” or the “the tens (or teens)”. The second and bigger reason is that January 1, 2020 marks the twentieth anniversary […]
If you haven’t been into the Fellowship Building Kitchen lately, please be sure to go in and check out our Connections Table. Which one is the Connections Table? It is next to the double doors and has a bulletin board hanging on the wall above it, with a sign reading “Connections Table.”
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
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 protestors and activists call for change, it’s clear that racism has been more far-reaching and more insidious than many of us understood. We are being asked to imagine new ways of being and doing. Do those of us who have been comfortable all this time have the courage to make a change?