The Music Director Search Team has completed the task of writing a job description for the Music Director position. Rev. Cayer has reviewed and approved the description and the ERUUF administrative staff has posted it on our website. You can find it here. We will also post the position with the UUA and the Association of Unitarian Universalist Music Ministries (AUUMM).
Sunday, November 28, 2021: 11:00 am
- Inquirers Series (Sun, Nov 28 9:30 am)
Spiritual Practices: Generosity (Sat, Dec 4 9:00 am)
On the first Saturday of the month, we'll be Exploring Spiritual Practices.
- Inquirers Series (Sun, Dec 5 9:30 am)
- Inquirers Series (Sun, Dec 12 9:30 am)
Spiritual Practice for Justice, Healing, and Compassion (Sat, Dec 18 9:00 am)
In these sessions that take place on the 3rd Saturday of each month, we set our hearts on an intention as we allow spiritual practice to nourish our desire for personal and social transformation.
The members of the Art Gallery Committee have mounted a show of their work to welcome everyone back to ERUUF. Members include Peter Aitken, Mike Cincala, Stephen Criscenzo, Ralph LaForge, Mary Lacombe, Gene Presson, Conrad Weiser, and Kacey Zucchino.
Music Director Position Announcement
Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (ERUUF), a progressive, liberal religious community in Durham, North Carolina, seeks a Music Director to provide leadership for our music ministry; the position is full-time mid-August to May. The congregation has a commitment to being a true beloved community and has long-standing commitments to issues of multiculturalism, racial equity, inclusion, diversity, LGBTQIA, and earth justice.
You're invited to share your abundance!
Collection dates and times: Saturday, 8/21/21, 10-2 pm, and Sunday, 8/22/21, 10-1 pm.
In support of our Green Sanctuary Initiative, ERUUFian veggie gardeners are invited to share their produce with people accessing food support from Urban Ministries. Congregational contributions will complement offerings grown and provided by our RE Youth this summer in their stewardship of our community garden (aka, Community Edible Landscape Program or CELP).
Produce grown with sustainable and/or regenerative practices (e.g., pesticide-free) are highly preferred. Collection boxes will be available outside the CARE Bldg. entrances. Please rinse your offerings. Questions? Contact Denise Frizzell.
A heartfelt thanks to RE Director, Julia Tyler, RE youth, parents, and volunteers, and Bo Glenn, the longtime leader of our Homeless Action Group for their support and contributions to this Green Sanctuary-related action.