ERUUF Coronavirus Updates

March 12, 2021


ERUUF’s policies are informed by safety guidance from the CDC, NC Department of Public Health, and the UUA. Our Sunday services, classes and most groups are online only at this time. It is possible for small groups to reserve outdoor meeting space on campus. See guidelines here.

We understand how challenging covid isolation is, and that the stress of the pandemic is taking a toll on each of us. We are very eager to welcome people back to campus just as soon as it’s safely possible.  Despite recent easing of restrictions, we continue to proceed carefully.   

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Next Service

Sunday, Sunday, April 18, 2021: 10:30 am

Becoming Beloved Community 
Revs. Cayer and Brett with Membership Chair, Flynn McSherry
Music: Kate Lewis, LeLaina Romero, Lea Morris

"Beloved community" is a term used to describe the peaceful, equitable, inclusive, loving world that prophets such as Jesus and Dr. King have told us is possible. What can we do to help make that real among ourselves today? And how does all this fit with Unitarian Universalism? We'll begin the morning with a rose petal ritual to honor the passing of five ERUUF members who've died over the last six months. We'll also welcome ERUUF's 14 newest members.  

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Rev. Jacqueline Brett
April 15, 2021
Palms Together
I think our notions of what counts as radical have changed over time. Self-care and healing and attention to the body and the spiritual dimension—all of this is now a part of radical social justice struggles. That wasn’t the case before. And I think ...
Rev. Jacqueline Brett
April 08, 2021
Palms Together
Earth is humankind’s unblinking witness. ~ Heather Lynn Mann I’ve been experiencing a deep undercurrent of sadness and grief during this season when I am also experiencing great joy at blooming bushes and trees, sun shining, and a colony of wild rabb...
Rev. Deborah Cayer
March 25, 2021
In Care
I'm still on Cloud Nine after last week's wonderful Sunday service that recognized the 25th anniversary of my ordination. I send my heartfelt thanks to the Board for reading my words, for creating the 2500 Hours of Service Project for all of us in th...