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 (beginjs Sept. 7, 2014). The new classes will be offered in-between the worship services and last about 50 mins. (10:20-11:10 am).
The theme of "Discover and Deepen" is focused on helping members and visitors find ways to discover meaning and engage in creating deeper spiritual lives with one another at ERUUF.
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.
The Eye of the Tiger
I had the chance to take a training at ERUUF recently with the Durham People’s Alliance. The training was facilitated by Dismantling Racism, an organization that’s been based in Chapel Hill and Durham for more than 30 years. That weekend we learned definitions of prejudice (pre-judgment), and racism
by Ross McKinney
The ERUUF Board has proposed to nominate Rev. Arvid Straube as Minister Emeritus for ERUUF. Since many of you in the congregation may not know Arvid, his role at ERUUF, or his reputation in the denomination, here’s a brief biography.
As the recent positive response to “Thirty Days of Love” this past winter showed us, Social Justice and Earth Justice are extremely important to most ERUUF members. In fact, for many, making a difference in the world is the main reason they come to the fellowship. But we know that all of us want our justice ministry to be the best it can be, so that together we can make a maximum impact in the world.
It’s the interactive log-in section of our website where Members and Friends of ERUUF can update personal information, view financial records, and find your small group members’ contact information. In addition, Members will be able to access the directory to view and/or print.
UUs from around North Carolina and several members of ERUUF have been involved with the protests called "Moral Mondays" at the NC Legislature organized by the NC NAACP. Videos of the protests can be found on the NC NAACP webpage. There is a great and powerful uprising taking place to protest laws being considered (and in some cases passed)