Eno River CUUPS (Covenant of UU Pagans) Annual Community Circle and Ritual (Sun, Jan 20 1:00 pm)
CUUPs celebrates our 2nd birthday with a sacred ceremony about Gratitude
- Women's March in Raleigh (Sat, Jan 26 12:30 pm)
ERUUF Gardening Day (Sat, Feb 2 9:00 am)
Work in your own adopted garden or join our fun team of gardeners.
Cafe ERUUF (Sat, Feb 2 7:00 pm)
Fun entertainment and yummy desserts shared in beloved community.
Kickoff: UUA Common Read (Sun, Feb 3 )
ERUUF Participates in the 2019 UUA Common Read
Sunday, January 20, 2019: 9:00 & 11:15 am
Where Do We Go From Here? In this moment “when hope and despair intertwine,” the question voiced by Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. more than 50 years ago—“Where do we go from here?”—echoes still in the heart and soul of our nation.
Dear fellow parents/caregivers of ERUFF youth (past, present, future),
The Youth Ministry Team is seeking your input related to youth programming at ERUUF. We are interested to know from a parent's perspective what has been our strong points, what's lacking and what we could be doing better. Thinking about RE, social activities, and the developmental needs of youth and parents related to spirituality, we have seven questions we would like you to think about and share your thoughts, insights, and dreams about.
Please complete our 10- 15-minute survey by Feb 1st to have your voice heard on this important piece of programming at ERUUF!
The flaming chalice is the symbol of Unitarian Universalism. In years past ERUUF had a large, pottery chalice in the sanctuary. It had a beautiful pale turquoise glaze and was filled with sand so the oil lamp sat at the right height. Though beautiful, it was heavy and awkward. One Sunday morning a few years ago, as the furniture was quickly being rearranged from a performance the night before, the podium with the chalice hit a bump on the floor. It stopped suddenly but the chalice was in motion and flew off the stand and shattered when it hit the ground.
The Earth Justice Action Group and the Green Sanctuary (GS) Accreditation Team are excited to announce formal approval of our congregational Green Sanctuary Candidacy Application by the UUA Green Sanctuary Program! The UUA GSP approval letter is available here. This accomplishment allows our congregation to move into the fifth and final stage of the accreditation process, implementation of our approved Action Plan.
- Contact Person: Albert Hardy or Denise Frizzell
- Role: Co-chairs
- Staff Partner: Rev. Jacqueline Brett, Minister of Congregational Engagement