If you are looking for help with difficult challenges, Chalice wants to help. You are not alone.

Carrying Grief Group

Carrying Grief is a small group specifically for those who are moving through a major loss in their life. The group meets to share stories and experiences, to learn about the grief process, and to talk about what it means to live with grief and loss. The group will meet online (using zoom) and in-person (in Chalice’s Blue Room) for six sessions from 4-5:30 pm on the following Tuesdays: 10/10, 10/31, 11/14, 11/28, 12/12 and 12/26.

This group is co-facilitated by Rev. Sharon Wylie and Chalice congregant Julie Mack. To register, please email Rev. Sharon to let her know of your interest: swylie@chaliceuucongregation.org.

Men’s Support Group

This men’s support group provides a safe and supportive environment for men to share their personal concerns in a strictly confidential setting. The discussions of our group are formatted around guidelines created by the Unitarian Universalist Mens’ Network which emphasizes conversation that engenders connection between men. Meetings take place on the second Wednesday of the month from 6:30 PM to 8PM. New members are welcome. Call, text or email if you are interested in joining us.


Barry Hacker: barry.h.1222 @ gmail.com

Widows’ Group

Women who have lost a spouse meet monthly for lunch and mutual support. Contact Rev. Sharon for more information.

Rev. Sharon is available to meet with you to provide pastoral care.

Pastoral Care

In a caring community, we are all responsible for care of one another. If you know someone is hurting, don’t hesitate to reach out and offer a kind word.

And if you are in need of pastoral care, please contact Rev. Sharon. She is fully available to meet with congregants to provide pastoral counseling and care in times of distress, indecision, theological wondering, or just to get to know you.

Practical Care

Contact Rev. Sharon about practical care, such as cards, flowers, transportation, meals, provided to church members when possible.