Until the California Stay at Home order is lifted, Sunday Circle will not be meeting in person at Channing Way. However, you can join us online! Start by downloading the Zoom app, then install it and:

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Or join by phone:
669 900 9128 US , then enter Meeting ID: 859 0275 5119
Passcode: 756339
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Hands around a flaming chalice

The Sunday Circle is a lay-led group and gathers from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. each Sunday.   This group is less formal and smaller than the 10:30 service, and can be a good place for newcomers to connect and feel welcome.

We typically gather in the UUCM Fireside Room—but in order to be connected while socially distant, we have evolved a Zooming Circle.  

While we all adapt to current events we have departed from our previous schedule of topics and leaders and re-purposed our group to simply be a place where, each week, we can
   Connect in Community
   Share Humor and Hope
   Support Creativity and Curiosity

A volunteer leader will welcome participants, light a chalice, and offer a reading and topic for the day, often one that has evolved from the previous week’s conversation.  We will have a few minutes of silence for contemplation, and then take turns responding with thoughts or asking related questions.  We take time for shared joys and concerns and then continue with the dialogue.

Sunday Circle    9 AM    July 18, 2021
Sense of Home
Come join in a conversation about the meaning of “home”.  There are widely varying homes in neighborhoods, across a lifetime, around the globe. Humans often have immediate and intimate memories related to “home” but where we consider “home” also changes.  A range of thoughts are evoked by homework, homecoming, homeless, homely, homemaker, home base….  What does it mean to be “at home with yourself” or to have a spiritual home?  Come join in…

Sunday Circle 9 AM  July 25, 2021
Turning Points
When were you certain that life was stable and then everything changed?  We can be on one path and then, welcome or unwelcome, we are on another.  Come share what you discovered, what (or who) helped you through curves, bumps, adventure…