Lay-led service

“From Homeless to Home”

Chalice’s Social Justice and Service Team shares our October 2019 experience as 25 Chalice congregants built a home for a housing-challenged family in Tijuana through Casas de Luz organization. From our place of privilege we take housing for granted. What does it mean to go from homeless to being a homeowner, and what did we […]

“Letting Go” All-Church Service

We celebrate the coming new year by considering what burdens we might want to release in order to continue our life’s journey less encumbered. Our ritual 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 our worship associates for […]

“Join the Climate Strike”

A worldwide climate strike is planned for Friday, September 20. This morning’s service calls us to understand the dangers of climate crisis and lifts up the outrage of continued inaction.

“The Road Less Traveled”

Temple Adat Shalom at 1:30 pm

Several of our Chalice congregants share their personal stories on what it has been like to choose the road less traveled in life. Please join our worship associates for this lay led service.

“Reflections on Home”

Temple Adat Shalom at 1:30 pm

Many famous poets have penned tributes to the places they call home. Anne Bronte wrote ” . . . Though all around this mansion high / invites the foot to roam, . and though its halls are fair within — / oh, give me back my HOME!” Prepare for a […]

“The Church of What We Know”

Temple Adat Shalom at 1:30 p.m.

UU musician Peter Mayer suggests in a sermon that “perhaps what UUs are about lies not so much in WHAT WE DON’T KNOW but rather in WHAT WE DO KNOW.” Chalice congregants Tom Carlstrom and Debi Streett-Idell will lead the service in considering how what we know to be true […]

“Border Stories”

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.

“Hope is a thing with feathers . . .” Poetry Service

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.

“Letting Go” Multigenerational Service

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, […]