OurMission2
ThisWeekatEliot2
OurMinisterGreenLink
BoardofTrusteesGreenLink
DonateNow
SocialJusticegreenlink
calendarlink
 
 
Greenleaveslogo2015
 
Bergfriedcalendarlinkicon3

tempwelcomingcongiconforweb

 

ourEliotFINALLOGO

FindUsOnFacebook 

twitter-badge

Instagram-badge

accessibilitlyicons

freestanding_donate_button

 

Welcome to Eliot Chapel's Sunday service!

 

“All Souls Are Mine” – Rev. Barbara H. Gadon

 

A service honoring loss and grief.

 

 

Order of Service:

Welcome: Rev. Barbara H. Gadon

Opening Words 

Prelude: “Idylle” by M. Moszcowski – Dr. David Nalesnik, piano

Chalice Lighting: Our chalice is being lit by Pam Triplett & Ken Denson.

Opening Hymn: “Now I Recall My Childhood” – Sarah Price, vocal & Dr. David Nalesnik, piano

Time for All Ages

Invitation to Giving

Offertory: “Andantino” by C. Franck Dr. David Nalesnik, piano

Remembrance: “In Remembranc” from Requiem by Eleanor Daley – Sarah Price, vocal

Prayer: “We Remember Them” – Rev. Barbara H. Gadon & Sarah Price

Homily: “All Souls Are Mine” – Rev. Barbara H. Gadon

Closing Hymn: “For All the Saints” – Sarah Price, vocal & Dr. David Nalesnik, piano

Closing Words

 

 

Join us after the service for coffee hour on Zoom! Sign up for our mailing list to get login information.

 

If you are a guest or newcomer, we welcome you! Email welcome@eliotchapel.org to get connected right away. You may also sign the guest book where you can choose to opt in to our communications list, find out about religious education programming for children, or talk to someone about any questions you have about Eliot Chapel or Unitarian Universalism. Thanks for joining us today! 

 

 

SHARED PLATE QR CODEIf you would like to contribute to the Shared Plate, please see the giving page on our website or scan the QR code to the left (click to enlarge). Check out easy instructions for text giving in this PDF.  See information about our October recipient, IFCLA, in This Week at Eliot

 

 

October 25, 2020

ADULT RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

 
psalms_header

Psalms for Comfort and Courage
with Rev. Barbara H. Gadon
Thursday evenings until November 5
7:00 – 8:30 pm via Zoom

 

For centuries, in both the Jewish and Christian traditions, the Psalms have helped people in difficult times. They have served as a container for the entire range of human experience, including joy, rage, peace, longing, and sorrow. We will use techniques like “Lectio Divina” and study different translations, as well as experiencing the psalms in art and music. We will try our hand at writing some of our own. People of all theologies and no theology welcome. You’ll get the most out of it as a live class, but all sessions will be recorded for you to watch on your own.

Please register here

 

broken_heart_header

Approaching The Broken Heart of America and Healing Through History
with Rev. Krista Taves

Based on The Broken Heart of America: St. Louis and the Violent History of the United States by Walter Johnson

 Many of us want to better understand how racism shapes our country and our lives. We yearn to know the truth of our city and our state. We will use Walter Johnson’s eye-opening study as our guide. We will also consider how St. Louis Unitarian Universalists in the region have challenged, supported, enabled, resisted, and responded to the structural racism in our region through its long history and consider what our Unitarian Universalist faith asks of us now as we seek to acknowledge, undo, and end the harm of systemic racism. We will approach what can often be a difficult and painful history with both our minds and our hearts.  

Registration is closed for this series.

 

Find more Adult Religious Education opportunities at Eliot Chapel. 

Going Deeper at Eliot Chapel

 

Going Deeper premiered Sunday, October 11

Have you ever wished that you could take what you hear in Sunday service and go deeper with it? Perhaps dig into the ideas and stories so that you can live into them just a bit more? Then this is for you! Going Deeper sessions focus on the core ideas that were explored in the latest worship service and, through a series of guided questions, take it to a new level. Going Deeper Groups are for everyone! If you’ve just connected to Eliot Chapel through our online worship services or have been part of the community for years, these groups are a place to connect, build relationships, engage your spiritual growth, and be nourished by deep authentic conversations.

There will be two kinds of Going Deeper Groups. The first is an open group that happens at 4:00 pm every Sunday. These sessions will be led by our four Eden Seminary UU interns and our ministers. There will also be groups led by trained facilitators who are members and friends of the congregation that will take place every two weeks on different days and times so that you can sign up for the one that works best for you. All sessions take place on Zoom.

Our first Sunday Going Deeper Open Group launched on October 11 and was be led by our four seminarians – Cory Lovell, Dee Evans, Sabrina Trupia, and Matthew Villareal. It was a chance to get a feel for the experience so you can decide if this might be for you. Sign ups for the twice monthly Going Deeper Groups start soon, so be on the lookout in our weekly newsletter "This Week At Eliot," and on our Facebook page or group for more information.

Newmissionimageforweb2016REVISED

 CongregCovenantIconRev

Eliot Unitarian Chapel      100 South Taylor Ave.     Kirkwood, MO 63122     314-821-0911