Rev. Deborah Cayer begins her sabbatical after services on September 28. She will away in October and November and will return for the month of December. Pick up a Guide to Rev. Cayer's Sabbatical in the Office or at the Visitor's table on Sunday or download a copy below.
All ERUUFians --members, newcomers, occasional attendees--are encouraged to sign up to be a guest at one or more "Dinners in Homes" events being held during Oct. and Nov.
In Times of Trouble, We Stand on the Side of Love Together
by Reverend Deborah Cayer
The world’s been full to overflowing with big, awful events. Maybe it always has been, and now the news is simply more available (1200 tv channels, countless websites, RSS feeds, Twitter, Instagram, and more).
You can help shape the future of justice programs at ERUUF. Take a brief survey designed by the Vision Quest for Justice Task Force by going HERE. Paper copies and computer terminals will also be available at coffee hour after the services starting Sept. 7. Please submit your response by Oct. 15.
New Sunday Programs
In conjunction with adjusting our worship times to 9:15 & 11:15 am, we are adding a new series of classes called “Discover and Deepen” on Sunday mornings (begins Sept. 7, 2014). The new classes will be offered in-between the worship services and last about 50 mins. (10:20-11:10 am).
Healing Through Love
by Rev. Deborah Cayer
I recently came across the work of Jeff Foster, a psychotherapist and spiritual teacher from the UK. His calling is to help people learn to be present to one another, particularly in very challenging circumstances. He writes,
"Just to sit without expectation with someone who is in grief or fear or loneliness or despair, without trying to fix them in any way, or manipulate their experience to match your idea of how it should be;
Five Smooth Stones of Religious Liberalism
Rev. Deborah Cayer
Someone asked me just the other day if ERUUF is a fellowship or a church. I said, “Yes.”
Is this a fellowship or a church? Yes! The only possible answer has to be yes, because Unitarian Universalism is not an “Either/Or” kind of religion. It’s a “Both/And” kind of religion.