Monthly Spiritual Themes

Repair – December’16 Spiritual Theme

Our Monthly Spiritual Themes guide our Chalice Circles, which are small, intentional groups of members and friends that gather for spiritual enrichment through personal sharing. For more information on Chalice Circles, please contact our membership team. Our Chalice Circle thoughts and questions around the theme are: “The way you help heal the world is you … Continued

Freedom – November’16 Spiritual Theme

Our Monthly Spiritual Themes guide our Chalice Circles, which are small, intentional groups of members and friends that gather for spiritual enrichment through personal sharing. For more information on Chalice Circles, please contact  our membership team. Our Chalice Circle thoughts and questions around the theme of Freedom this month are: “Freedom is not worth having … Continued

Civility – October’16 Spiritual Theme

Our Monthly Spiritual Themes guide our Chalice Circles, which are small, intentional groups of members and  friends that  gather for spiritual enrichment through personal sharing. For more information on Chalice Circles, please contact Linda Benson at Membership@UUPrinceton.org. Our Chalice Circle thoughts and questions around the theme of Civility this month are: (1) “I turn on … Continued

Spreading the Word – September’16 Spiritual Theme

Our Monthly Spiritual Themes guide our Chalice Circles, which are small, intentional groups of members and friends that gather for spiritual enrichment through personal sharing. Our Chalice Circle thoughts and questions around the theme of Spreading the Word are: “Gospel music is nothing but singing of good tidings – spreading the good news. It will … Continued

The Church – August’16 Spiritual Theme

August : The Church Our Monthly Spiritual Themes guide our Chalice Circles, which are small, intentional groups of members and friends that gather for spiritual enrichment through personal sharing. Our Chalice Circle thoughts and questions around the theme of The Church this month are: “I like the silent church before the service bgins, better than … Continued