Rev. Sharon Wylie

“All the Things”

Today is Rev. Sharon’s last Sunday with us until she returns to the pulpit on November 6, after four months of sabbatical. This morning she will share her thoughts on these first ten years at Chalice.

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“Flower Ceremony”

The flower ceremony was originally created in 1923 by Unitarian minister Norbert Capek of Prague, Czechoslovakia as a celebration of diversity. This morning we’ll celebrate together and remember the story of Rev. Capek.

 

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“Adoration Sunday”

To adore is to love deeply and fully. This May Day is our annual celebration of the beauty and blessings of loving with our whole hearts.

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“Finding Faith”

Easter is one of the most significant holy days in the Christian tradition. But what does it mean to Unitarian Universalists? This morning we reflect on how we can find inspiration from the Easter story.

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“What It Means to be Multicultural”

The word “multicultural” is often used as if it were a synonym for “diverse.” But being in a community of multiple cultures is more complicated than that. Let’s consider what might need to change at Chalice for us to become a multicultural community.

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