Last year’s raffle was such a tremendous success, grossing $38,100 in a short time and in a fun way, that we happily announce the beginning of this year’s raffle ticket sales. Sales start Sunday, October 20 at Coffee Hour.
Inquirers Series (Sun, Oct 27 10:10 am)
The Inquirers Series is offered to welcome and inform visitors and friends about ERUUF.
UU History 101 (Sun, Oct 27 10:10 am)
Learn about concepts and people from UU history and ERUUF's story
Sunday Night Live (Sun, Oct 27 4:30 pm)
Youth and family programming and social events including dinner
Adult OWL (Our Whole Lives) (Sun, Oct 27 4:30 pm)
Explore sexuality issues for adults from the point of values, communication skills and spirituality.
Exploring Spiritual Practice (Sat, Nov 2 8:30 am)
Practical and experiential explorations of the role of spiritual practice in our lives and how we can sustain it.
Sunday, October 27, 2019: 9:00 & 11:15 am
The art of Mary Balfour Humbaugh is now on display in the ERUUF art gallery.
Mary has been involved with many art mediums for years and recently found her way into the world of watercolor. See some of her inspirations in the gallery this October.
Were you able to see all the groups at our annual Connections Fair? Or, were you not able to attend? Have no fear! You can still find out about all the great work/activities our groups are doing in the coming year. Browse the Connections Fair Guide to see what might pique your interest, or stop by the ERUUF campus to pick up a printed copy of the guide. Check out the video below to see photos from the event!
Early this summer, Durham CAN began organizing at the Durham Housing Authority (DHA) Hoover Road Community led by Organizer, Tinu Diver. Hoover Road is a conventional public housing community located in East Durham. The 54 multi-family townhomes were built in 1968. The units are for low income families and their rent is set at 30% of their income. Hoover Road residents include a mix of young families, multi-generational families, and elderly residents. Some residents have been living in the community for 25 years or more. 98% of heads of household are minorities and 94% make less than 30% AMI (1). According to the housing 1 authority, the average income of its 3,727 public housing tenants is $13,253 (2).