Speaker: Rev. Sharon Wylie

“We All Need Care”

Rev. Sharon says of Chalice that everyone is worried that someone else needs pastoral care, but nobody wants care for themselves. This morning she makes the case that everyone needs care.

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“Keys to Adulting”

There are lots of questions out there about “adulting” and how to do it, but most of the advice can be whittled down to a few key ideas. Rev. Sharon will let you in on these secrets.

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“How to Make Friends”

Making friends is so hard to do that people often use social media to ask for advice on how to do it, venting to each other about the pain of loneliness. Even within a church community like Chalice, it can take time to make connections … read more.

Christmas Eve Service

We gather at a time of longest night to honor one of the most significant holy days in the Christian tradition. Masks required. Childcare is not available for this service.

5:15 pm Caroling on the Courtyard

6 pm Service in the Chapel begins

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“Winter Solstice”

Let’s celebrate the shortest day of the year! This is the second service in our 7-part series “UU Values and Covenant.” This is the fourth Sunday of Advent.

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“Feelings are Information”

Too often we struggle with not feeling the way we think we’re supposed to: feeling sad at parties, giggly at serious events, tired when we’re getting ready to go somewhere fun. This morning we’ll consider what to do when our feelings don’t match the moment. … read more.

“Inside the Mind: Self and Parts”

This morning Rev. Sharon shares some of her learning from sabbatical, informed by a model of psychotherapy called “internal family systems.”

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“We Call Our Beloved Dead”

In many faith and cultural traditions, this is the season to remember and honor our ancestors and beloved dead. Today we gather for our annual remembrance service in memory and celebration of those who have gone before us.


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