What's Love Got to Do With It?
Rev. Jacqueline Brett
On this Sunday we officially launch ERUUF's 2500 Hours of Love project, our congregation's gift of service honoring and celebrating Rev. Deborah Cayer's 25th anniversary in ministry and her steadfast commitment to racial equity and racial justice. 2500 Hours of Love is a robust project focused on community engagement and justice-making beyond ERUUF's walls while we're also building relationships in support of the critical need for racial equity and racial justice.

LINK: https://2500hoursoflove.eruuf.org/

Rev. Jacqueline Brett, worship leader, with reflections by ERUUF Board Chair: Bonnie LaCroix, the 2500 Hours of Love Task Force: Jean O'Barr, Sarah Walls, and Barbara Welanetz, and the project spokespersons: Ann Verdine and Sam Wohns. Music from ERUUF's archives is highlighted by a special presentation recently created by the Eno River Summer Choir.