“I Really Look Forward to My Chalice Circle Sessions.”

Chalice Circle participants regularly report that they just don’t want to miss a session with their group.  If you want to find out why, join a Chalice Circle where you can:

  • Connect deeply with others
  •  Engage in substantial questions that  go beyond small talk
  •  Listen attentively & share deeply
  •  Develop & clarify personal values, beliefs and theology
  •  Explore ideas, needs and emotions in a high-trust environment
  • Benefit from being part of a caring community

Chalice Circles are always open to new participants.  Please join us!

Locations, Dates & Times:

Hawaii Kai: 2nd & 4th Mondays @ 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Punahou: 2nd & 4th Tuesdays @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Kailua: 2nd & 4th Saturdays @ 3:00 – 5:00 pm

Kaka’ako: 2nd & 4th Mondays @ 6:30 — 8:30 pm

Pali: 1st & 3rd Mondays @ 6:30 — 8:30 pm

Interested in participating or don’t see a location or timing that works for you? Contact us!  We are happy to provide additional information or to expand the program to include you.  Carla Allison, cbm@hawaii.rr.com, 396­-1488

3 Responses to ““I Really Look Forward to My Chalice Circle Sessions.”

  1. Is there no longer a place for old members to “catch up” with their friends there in Honolulu? Is Catherine Graham still there? What about Molly and Al Rowland? I was a member there almost 30 years. It would be nice to know. Nancy Schindler? Our little fellowship here is going well (43 members) and we’ve made a bid on a building! Daughter Karen is an Art teacher in HS, also very active in fellowship.

  2. Hi Monica, Long time no hear! Yes, Catherine Graham and the Rowlands are still here; Nancy Schildt is President of the Congregation and I’m VP. I think you might remember me as Susan Yamane. I later married Dan Carpenter, so I’m now Yamane-Carpenter. Our church community and minister are wonderful. I hope you get a chance to read Rev. TJ’s sermons in the Worship section of the website. Very inspiring. Unfortunately I don’t remember your daughter Karen. Are you stil in Idaho?

  3. Hi ! I live in Santa Cruz Ca. and have visited the UU in Aptos, and also Provincetown.
    which was amazing. I had a Holliday dinner in Aptos and heard a great speaker from Hawaii ! If I moved back to Hawaii i think your church would be my church. Im 67
    and would love an e mail pen pal ,, from your church to correspond with.
    I love your beautiful Island ! thank you Scott R

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