It's the holiday season, and there are plenty of extra opportunities to practice generosity here at ERUUF, including Share Your Christmas, a Sock Hop for Urban Ministries, and a Poinsettia Sale to benefit the Coming of Age Youth. Beyond the holidays, there are a wide variety of jobs supporting the Urban Ministries homeless shelter such as making dinners, baking cookies and more!
Sunday, October 4, 2020: 10:30 am
What is the movement for reparations and restitution for racism, and how might we begin? Mary Davis and Chris Macon, co-leaders of ERUUF's Reparations for Racism group join Rev. Cayer to lead this service. Music by Chris Macon and Kate Lewis. After the worship service, at 12:30 pm, the ERUUF Justice Council hosts its fall meeting of all action groups, with a focus on voting rights.
- Exploring Spiritual Practices: October 2020 (Sat, Oct 3 9:00 am)
Inquirers Series (Sun, Oct 4 12:00 pm)
8 sessions of classes offered to welcome and inform visitors and friends about ERUUF
UU Elevator Pitch (Sun, Oct 4 12:30 pm)
How to answer "What is Unitarian Universalism?"
Inquirers Series-All Day Retreat (Sat, Oct 10 9:00 am)
All 8 sessions of Inquirers Series in one day
- Inquirers Retreat Day (Sat, Oct 10 9:00 am)
The Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is excited to continue our collaboration with members of the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) Jazz Studies Program in creating a series of five Jazz Vespers worship services during 2019 - 20. Join us on Wednesday, December 18 at 7:00 pm in the Sanctuary for Jazz Vespers for the Holidays. A reception will immediately follow the service. Learn more about the Jazz Vespers series here.
The ERUUF Art Gallery Committee is pleased to present the annual holiday show of works by the committee members. The Art Gallery Committee sees art as part of a spiritual journey, and is charged with finding local artists, reviewing their work, and ensuring that the ERUUF gallery is always displaying attractive and interesting art for our members and friends to enjoy. The show will be on display from Sunday, December 8th, through Sunday January 5th. This is a great way to buy holiday gifts! Purchased works can be taken as soon as they are paid for, and ERUUF receives a 20% commission on all sales.
The ERUUF sanctuary, a beloved space, has recently been improved through the hard work and generosity of our members. Almost two years ago, an aesthetics team began to search for a new chalice to replace a pottery one that had broken. Thanks to ERUUF member, Mary Etta Goes, we were able to locate the California craftsman who made the bronze chalice used at UUA General Assembly, and we ordered his work in three sizes.