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Rev. Jacqueline Brett
February 09, 2023
Palms Together

“In my experience, ubuntu is a deep and embodied understanding that human beings are not born but formed in community and relationship with one another.”

~ David W. Robinson-Morris

Rev. Jim Lewis
January 12, 2023
Holding Hearts
Growing up, my mother was always wary of January. She noticed that every year, she would be excited to prepare for and celebrate the December holidays. Then suddenly, when January arrived, all the excitement dissipated. We were left with cold, snowy ...
Rev. Jacqueline Brett
November 10, 2022
Palms Together
“‘Who are you?’ said the Caterpillar... “I–I hardly know, sir, just at present,” Alice replied, rather shyly, “at least I knew who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have changed several times since then.’” Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Ad...

News Items

Meet Our Summer Minister: Rev. Alison Wilbur Eskildsen

While ERUUF ministers are away, The Rev. Alison Wilbur Eskildsen will serve as summer minister from Monday, June 12 through Wednesday, July 12. She'll serve as "weaver" of our Sunday morning services -- including those at which she'll not be in the pulpit, and she'll be the ministerial resource for our RE team, which will be led by Melissa Smith this summer. Rev. Alison will be the primary contact for pastoral care needs and will work with Joyce Boucheron, leader of ERUUF's Care Team.

Read more: Meet Our Summer Minister: Rev. Alison Wilbur Eskildsen

The Literary Journal open for submissions - 2023

The Pandemic is subsiding and after a hiatus of 3 years, the ERUUF Literary Journal is rising again in 2023. The Journal is “a collection of literary works written by members and friends” of our Fellowship.

The Eno River Literary Journal offers a platform for writers, both amateur and professional, young and old, to share their work in a handsomely produced book each spring.

Read more: The Literary Journal open for submissions - 2023

Let's Check Our Pulse in 2023!

Pulse Survey is Live and Open Until March 31st!

The "Pulse of the Congregation" is an anonymous survey that ERUUF conducts annually to obtain input from members and friends about how we're doing as a congregation. It asks for your feedback on
ERUUF's Ministry, where we define Ministry as that which we all do together as members of our faith community. Each part of the congregation – members, friends, leaders, staff, and ministers – has a role to play in furthering the Ministry and achieving our mission of spirit, service, justice, and love.

Read more: Let's Check Our Pulse in 2023!

Jazz for the Holidays Vespers Service, Dec. 14, 2022

Wednesday, December 14th, 2022, 7:00 pm

An evening of music, meditation, poetry, and song, 

for creative reflection in the mystery and wonder of darkness and light, of grace and peace.

Rev. Jacqueline Brett, Worship Leader 

Shana Tucker, Cello and Vocals with Christian Tamburr, Piano and Vibes

Free and open to the public. Donations welcome.

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Next Service

Sunday, June 4, 2023: 10:00 am (online and IN-PERSON)

Choosing Delight
Worship Leaders: Rev. Jim Lewis and CUUPS
Music: Jewelsong; Kate Lewis - Pianist; Wendy Looker - Music Director

Eno River CUUPS will be leading the service, on the subject of “Choosing Delight.” As part of Covenant of UU Pagans, we see the earth as part of the sacred whole of life. By being present to the delights in our lives we can find energy and hope.