Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Day Two

So many new things happening right now with Chalica. Dan re-recorded his beautiful song Infinite Light with his congregation. And this time we get to see him in the video! I love the way he causally says lets stand up because we do this every year!  On 
Light A Chalice, by evan austin was performed for the first time on December 5, 2010 at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ventura. you can see both these new songs on their tabs above or on the ChalicaVids at youtube. I am still looking for a videos of other songs. 
I was inspired by Freya Vass-Rhee  on the Chalica! facebook page she posted this: We wish you a happy Chalica; We wish you a happy Chalica; We wish you a happy Chalica; And a week of good cheer!...anyone up for the next (child-friendly) verse? So I played with it during the day (between classes and grading papers) and decided one way to finish it could be this: 
We wish you a happy Chalica; We wish you a happy Chalica; We wish you a happy Chalica; And a week of good cheer! Good tidings to you; wherever you are! Good tidings for Chalica; And a week of good cheer! Oh, bring us a lighted chalice; Oh, bring us a lighted chalice; Oh, bring us a lighted chalice and a week of good cheer! We won't go until we get one; We won't go until we get one; We won't go until we get one, so bring one right here! We wish you a happy Chalica; We wish you a happy Chalica; We wish you a happy Chalica; And a week of good cheer! 

Vickie Sovereign is sharing Chalica resources she either made or pulled together from others. They include posters for the seven principles, some especially for kids. At the moment I just have a link to her chart but you can go to the Chalica! facebook page and find the rest.

I found a website by Connie Dunn and today she just gave me permission to link to her Momma Dee Stories these are stories that deal with each principle. This is a big job that I will start later today, so come back and check us out.

It is wonderful finding all the new things people have created for Chalica!


So I wish you a week of good Cheer and a very Happy Chalica!
Kathy

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