Spiritual Threads (Sat, Jul 20 10:00 am)
Sharing fiber arts as a spiritual practice
- A Course in Miracles (Sun, Jul 21 9:00 am)
Spiritual Odyssey (Sun, Jul 21 9:00 am)
Members' personal stories of life and spiritual quest.
- Sunday "Summer" Worship Service (Sun, Jul 21 10:30 am)
Inquirers class (Sun, Jul 21 11:35 am)
The Inquirers Series is offered to welcome and inform visitors and friends about ERUUF.
Sunday, July 21, 2019: 10:30 am
The hymnal Singing the Living Tradition, aka the Gray Hymnal, is a ubiquitous fixture in UU congregations. Its hymns and readings embody a broad diversity of spiritual messages compiled from a vast array of sources and serving an equally wide array of needs.
Do you feel connected to someone who has died of AIDS?
This August, the Multicultural Team (MCT) needs help creating an AIDS Quilt to be displayed alongside three quilt panels from the NAMES Project in Georgia. The MCT will be bringing these panels to ERUUF in November for World Aids Day, December 1. No experience is necessary to participate! Contact Diane Blount for more information.
Spiritual Odyssey 2019 is now underway! Join us in the Commons Room on Sunday mornings from June 9 to August 11 from 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. for an hour of storytelling and enlightenment during one of the most interesting programs at ERUUF. The power of the truth shared and received is amazing. All are welcome! Upcoming Spiritual Odyssey Presentations:
July 14: Sally Franz: Revelations Along the Way
Attention current and emergent congregational leaders! Please keep your eyes open for the upcoming course offerings as part of our continuing “Leadership as a Transformational Path” series. We will offer five leadership development opportunities throughout the 2019-2020 fellowship year (July 1, 2019- June 30, 2020). The working schedule of these offerings is as follows:
Do you appreciate the power of live music to uplift and inspire?
If yes, then save the date for an evening of live music by renowned singer-songwriter Daniel Nahmod!
When? Friday, September 6, 7:30 pm
Where? Sanctuary, Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Daniel Nahmod is one of the most beloved and successful independent performers in the United States today, having sold over 110,000 CDs and 10,000 songbooks of his profound, insightful, heart-opening original pop songs. His music has been heard on The Super Bowl, American Idol, The Voice, The Today Show, and Saturday Night Live. His brilliant song “One Power” was declared “the anthem for the New Humanity” by Deepak Chopra.