Request for Proposals for Memorial Art Installation:
Chalice Unitarian Universalist Congregation is seeking proposals for design, production, and installation of a rectangular-shaped, weather-resistant artwork to be installed on the exterior of our chapel building (south wall, facing the patio).
Following the installation of the artwork, rectangular-shaped memorial plaques will be installed around the artwork.
Chalice seeks a backup childcare provider for Sunday mornings. This is an “as needed” position, filling in when our regular childcare providers are unavailable. To apply, please contact the Chalice office.
Under supervision, Childcare Providers ensure the care, cleanliness, security and safety of the nursery for the children at Chalice Unitarian Universalist Congregation.
In case you are not familiar with them, please know that the Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism Organizing Collective (abbreviated “BLUU”) formed in July 2015 to provide support, information, and resources for Black Unitarian Universalists. They also work to expand the role and visibility of Black UUs within our faith.
It’s not unusual to feel sad or “blue” at Christmas time.
A 2011 review of empirical studies found that mood worsens in December. Loneliness, anxiety, and helplessness rise. One study “concluded that one of the most relevant factors in Christmas depressions is the individual’s belief in the myth that everyone else is having a […]
Those of you who have become Chalice members in the past few years have received a handout about membership expectations. Bu those of you who have been Chalice members for longer than that have likely never seen this information! I’m including it here as my monthly message because I think it’s important to […]
Auction Event – Saturday, September 30 5 to 8 pm
Almost Annual Oktoberfest
Tickets are still available for this traditional celebration.
Fun music: Beer Barrel Polka, maybe the “Chicken Dance”!
Please contact the office by 4 pm Thursday, Sept. 28 if you do not have a ticket, but want to attend. If you bought […]
Doing the long haul work of changing the world means we must pay attention to how we sustain ourselves. This is the eighth sermon in a 10-part series inspired by the book Active Hope by Chris Johnstone and Joanna Macy.