This is the second in a 10-part series on resiliency, informed by the book The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron.
Rev. Sharon Wylie
If you’ve been away for a while, today is the perfect day to return! We observe our communal Water Ritual, where the blending of waters reminds us of our deep connections to each other. Please bring a small amount of water from your home or other place sacred to you (water will also be provided).
This is the first in a 10-part series on resiliency, informed by the book The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron.
Each of us faces pressure to behave in ways that conform to cultural norms. Many of us have chosen not to be limited by those norms. But how do we understand people who can’t seem to break free of conformity? And what if our true choice is the traditional one?
RE Classes available during the 9:00 […]
10 a.m. at Miller Avenue
Seven years ago this month, Rev. Sharon preached her first sermon as Chalice’s called and settled minister, a sermon with this same title! As we return to our Miller campus after months of construction, we’ll consider how we nurture our spirits through good times and bad.
Summer RE Classes – Our […]
Think of the amazing objects that make your daily life possible: backpacks, purses, bicycles, water bottles. Today you are invited to bring your treasured objects to receive a blessing for the coming year. Congregants who attend school are especially encouraged to bring their backpacks. Childcare will not be available.
We mark the Pagan holiday of Lammas, the first harvest festival, the festival of grain. Please bring fruits and vegetables from your garden to share. We will celebrate the bounty together. Childcare will not be available.
10 a.m. at Felicita Park ($3.00 for parking). Bring a pet (animals on-leash or crated please). Bring a picture of a pet. Bring memorabilia from your deceased animal pet for a Memorial Table. Childcare is not available this morning.
10 a.m. at Felicita Park, Area 4 ($3.00 for parking)
Singing together is a cherished part of our congregational life at Chalice. Come sing old favorites and find some new ones! This morning we will welcome back our music director, Tim McKnight, from a leave of absence. Childcare is not available this morning.
Temple Adat Shalom at 1:30 pm
This is the final service in a 10-part series on UU theologies, informed by the book A House for Hope: The Promise of Progressive Religion for the Twenty-First Century by Buehrens and Parker. Our service today will also feature a new member ceremony.