Chalica is a week-long celebration of our Unitarian Universalist Principles. The holiday first emerged in 2005 out of a wish to have a holiday organized around Unitarian Universalist values.
Chalica begins on the first Monday in December and lasts seven days. Each day, a chalice is lit and the day is spent reflecting on the meaning of that day’s principle and doing a good deed that honors that principle. Not all Unitarian Universalists celebrate Chalica, but it has a growing following. There is a Chalica Facebook page, blog, and many Chalica-themed videos on YouTube.
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You Are the Holiday Miracle (WorshipWeb)By Gwen MatthewsTagged as: Christianity, Earth-Centered, Hope, Judaism, Love, Mystery, Paganism, Reverence, Tradition, Winter
It Becomes More (WorshipWeb)By Amy Zucker MorgensternTagged as: Abundance, Activism, Calling, Christianity, Community, Generosity, Paganism, Seven Principles, Unitarian Universalism, WorshipWeb
December 1 (WorshipWeb)By Ralph Yeager RobertsTagged as: Christianity, Unitarianism, Winter
The Moment of Magic (WorshipWeb)By Victoria SaffordTagged as: Awe, Connections, Earth-Centered, Gratitude, Love, Wonder