In the video below, Ann Verdine-Jones, Project Ambassador for 2500 Hours of Love, shares her recommendations for family-friendly, free, and fun, justice-centered activities for busy people who would like to participate in ERUUF's 2500 Hours of Love Project. Check out the list of organizations that have volunteer opportunities or the calendar of events on the 2500 Hours of Love website! If you have questions, need assistance with volunteer opportunities or navigating the website, please email .
Following a charge from the ERUUF Board of Trustees last summer, the Music Director Search Team began the process of searching for a new Music Director for our Fellowship.
Our preparation for this important work included participating in training to recognize and avoid unconscious bias. We continued with collaborative development of a position description, and development and implementation of a strategy to reach a diverse pool of qualified individuals.
On Sunday January 30, 2022, members of the Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (ERUUF) enthusiastically voted to call Reverend Jacqueline Brett as new Lead Minister. Reverend Brett currently serves as ERUUF’s Minister for Congregational Engagement and will begin their new role in Summer 2022 following the planned departure of current Lead Minister, Reverend Deborah Cayer. Individual Unitarian Universalist congregations select their own Lead Minister, unlike many religious denominations whose congregational leadership is assigned centrally.
Reverend Brett brings a wealth of talent, leadership and experience to the position of Lead Minister, with a robust background in worship, program development, pastoral care, administration, and racial equity and social justice. “ERUUF is eager to begin this new chapter with Reverend Brett and we are all excited about the vision they have for ERUUF and the wider community,” said Bonnie LaCroix, Chair of ERUUF’s Board of Trustees.
ERUUF Coronavirus Updates
April 27, 2023
A new phase has been reached in the COVID-19 virus.
As a spiritual community, we at ERUUF strive to create a culture of respect and care for one another. Our Covid-19 policies have been guided by serious concern and consideration for the safety and well-being of all ERUUF members, staff, and visitors, with a commitment to equity and care for the most vulnerable among us and those who are marginalized both at ERUUF and in the larger community.