Chalice Groups: Thinking, Listening, Community
Unitarian Universalist minister John Morgan said: People come into our communities looking for a place to belong (intimacy) and a place to seek meaning (ultimacy) about living and dying and the spaces between.
Chalice groups provide a unique opportunity for community members to explore deeper meaning and belonging by:
Exploration and experimentation with deep personal reflection and listening
Build a sense of community among the participants
Create a climate of mutual respect and understanding
Strengthen the shared experience of being a Unitarian Universalist.
For those who are interested, we will help form the small groups of 6-10 that will then meet regularly until June.
Please contact Scott Harrison at email@example.com for more information.