January 30, 2022, 12:30 pm via zoom
Vote on the call of Rev. Jacqueline Brett as ERUUF’s next Lead Minister
As noted in the e-mail sent to members on December 28th, your Ministerial Search Committee is thrilled to recommend Reverend Jacqueline Brett as the candidate for our lead minister. As required in our by-laws, the Board of Trustees has concurred with our recommendation, offering their enthusiastic endorsement. We strongly believe that she is the right person to move ERUUF toward realizing our vision.
See the letter from the Ministerial Search Committee to read some of the many reasons for our recommendation.
See the letter from the Board of Trustees about candidating week and congregational meeting. Questions:
See the Frequently Asked Questions Document with answers to important questions you may have regarding the search process, what to expect at the meeting, as well as other information about what happens next.
We also encourage you to visit Rev. Brett’s website to dig deeper into the many experiences, skills, and abilities she brings to ERUUF.
The Omicron variant is currently infecting nearly 40% of the people in our area (that's just about 2 out of every 5 people), many of whom are fully vaccinated. To help slow the spread, at this time, ERUUF programs continue to be either outdoors (with masks and social distancing) or online only. And we live stream worship on Sunday morning (available by recording afterward as well). We have patio heaters and other support for outdoor classes. And as usual, the use of outdoor campus space must be arranged through the Office.
This plan for meeting only online or outdoors will continue through January 31 (or as long as cases remain high in our area). We will continue to monitor public health conditions, and rely on the expertise of ERUUF's public health safety advisors. And we'll continue to follow the guidance provided by the CDC, NCDHHS, and UUA.