ERUUF Coronavirus Updates

November 14, 2021

In summary, beginning November 14, the campus will reopen for indoor and outdoor use by groups and classes in accord with public health standards 

  • the rate of new covid cases in North Carolina is 5% or lower
  • more than 50% of the local population has had at least one vaccine dose 

If public health conditions deteriorate, we will return to previous restrictions as recommended by CDC, NC DHHS, etc. Click below to read the full Phase Four Reopening Guidelines or download here: pdfERUUF_Phase_4_Reopening_Guidelines.pdf

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Next Service

Sunday, November 28, 2021: 11:00 am

Walking
Rev. John Saxon with Rev. Jacqueline Brett
Modern human beings belong to the species or primates named Homo sapiens (Latin for wise man). But perhaps it’s walking, more than wisdom, that better characterizes human beings (Homo ambulans) as well as our more ancient human ancestors. Today’s worship service explores the spiritual aspects of walking, drawing on John’s experiences walking the Camino de Santiago as well as insights from Unitarian “saint” Henry David Thoreau and the Vietnamese Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh. Music presented by Kate Lewis on piano with cantor, Pam DiLavore.

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Rev. Deborah Cayer
November 24, 2021
In Care
It’s easy to feel grateful when the day ends with a warm glow— when there’s enough and all’s right with your world. It’s not so easy if you’re feeling frightened, confused, disappointed, overwhelmed, or sad, because what’s there to be grateful for in...
Rev. Jacqueline Brett
November 11, 2021
Palms Together

Every day, I see or hear something

that more or less

kills me with delight.

--Mary Oliver

Rev. Deborah Cayer
November 04, 2021
In Care
I’ve just returned from a trip to New England, my second in as many months. When I left Durham it was warm and my garden was full of orange, fuchsia, pink and white zinnias. When I returned this week the air had turned chilly and the leaves had falle...