UUA General Assembly (Thu, Jun 21 )
GA is the annual meeting of our Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA).
Spiritual Odyssey (Sun, Jun 24 9:00 am)
Members present the story of their personal and/or spiritual quests.
- Multicultural Film Series: Boys Don't Cry (Wed, Jun 27 6:30 pm)
- New Perspectives on Islam with Imam Abdul Waheed (Sun, Jul 1 12:00 pm)
- New Perspectives on Islam with Imam Abdul Waheed (Sun, Jul 8 12:00 pm)
Sunday, June 24, 2018: 10:15 am
Hearts that wonder, followed by empathy = a way to revolutionary love. The Revolutionary Love movement was born for a dynamic Sikh woman after the 2016 November election. What’s so special about this movement and can UU’s join in when so many other movements are happening around the country? Rev. Nan L. White, UU guest minister who holds degrees in music as well as ministry, will speak from ERUUF’s free pulpit to introduce and entice you to join in this movement with her. If you’re feeling hopeless these days, wonder about this service…...
Sunday Morning at 9:00 a.m. Commons Room
Summer Spiritual Odyssey is one of the most interesting programs offered at ERUUF. Each week one of our members shares their unique spiritual journey for about 25-30 minutes, and then fellow members have the chance to ask questions. The Adult Programs Team recruits the most diverse group possible, in terms of age, gender, theology, race and ethnicity, and sexual orientation, and the power of the truth that’s shared and received is amazing.
Odyssey 2018 begins on Sunday, June 24 and continues through the end of August. All are welcome!
- Category: Pulse of Congregation Survey Pulse of Congregation Survey
- Published: May 17, 2018 May 17, 2018
Over the past 10 years, ERUUF members and friends have completed an annual survey known as the Pulse of the Congregation, administered by the Committee on Evaluation of Ministry. The survey includes closed-ended questions that ask respondents to rate their experiences at ERUUF and the quality of ERUUF’s activities.
ERUUF will benefit in 2018-2019 from projected pledges of 352 households, totaling $810,000. Over 95% of ERUUF’s operating budget is funded by the congregation. The pledge drive is organized entirely by volunteers, with the wise support of staff. Thank you to the teams that planned and implemented the drive, gave testimonials, wrote thank-yous, called, created communication materials and produced final reports.