Upcoming Classes

  • Inquirers Series (Sun, Jan 19 10:10 am)

    The Inquirers Series is offered to welcome and inform visitors and friends about ERUUF.

  • UU Theology (Sun, Jan 19 10:15 am)

    UU Theology is a 6-session introduction to theological concepts through a Unitarian Universalist lens. Sundays, Jan 5 - Feb 9, 2020.

  • Transforming Conflict from the Inside Out (Sat, Jan 25 9:00 am)

    This workshop is part of our emerging, Leadership as a Transformational Path series, and will be relevant for both those who attended our first Transforming Conflict workshop and newcomers.

  • Inquirers Series (Sun, Jan 26 10:10 am)

    The Inquirers Series is offered to welcome and inform visitors and friends about ERUUF.

  • UU Theology (Sun, Jan 26 10:15 am)

    UU Theology is a 6-session introduction to theological concepts through a Unitarian Universalist lens. Sundays, Jan 5 - Feb 9, 2020.

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Next Service

Sunday, January 19, 2020: 9:00 & 11:15 am

Prisoners of Hope
Rev. John Saxon & Rev. Jacqueline Brett
Twenty-five years ago, Cornel West, the well-known African American public intellectual, social critic, and political activist, told young women and men who were about to graduate from college, that what they, our nation, and the world most needed was an “audacious sense of hope.” And God knows that’s even more true today than it was then.
 

News Items

Announcing Leadership Series 2019-2020

Attention current and emergent congregational leaders! Please keep your eyes open for the upcoming course offerings as part of our continuing “Leadership as a Transformational Path” series. We will offer five leadership development opportunities throughout the 2019-2020 fellowship year (July 1, 2019- June 30, 2020). The working schedule of these offerings is as follows: 

Read more: Announcing Leadership Series 2019-2020

All Ages Invited! Submit to 2019 Literary Journal

Writers and aspiring writers—young and young-at-heart— are invited to submit up to 3 original literary works (of up to 300 words for poems and 1200 words for anything else) by July 15, 2019. Acceptable file formats include Word, Google docs, or .odt files. Send submissions to . Please use this same address for questions. The Editorial Team monitors this address every Thursday through the publication deadline of July 15, 2019. Youth and young adults are especially encouraged to offer submissions so that we have material across generations. When you send your submission, please also send a bio of not more than 50 words for the author index in case we select your submission for publication. The Editorial Team looks forward to receiving your work. The targeted distribution date for the Journal is September 15, 2019, at the Connections Fair. 

Announcing R.E. Youth Staff Internship!

We are so excited to offer our high school youth an opportunity to serve as youth staff next year in Religious Education!

Read more: Announcing R.E. Youth Staff Internship!

Do You Love Our Beautiful Campus?

It takes a committed group of people to keep it looking nice.  Here are several short and/or long term ways that help is needed.

Read more: Do You Love Our Beautiful Campus?

Newsworthy Conversations

Daniel Trollinger
January 15, 2020
The Inner Workings
As we roll into the new year you may notice a few improvements on campus. In the past two years almost every roof on campus has been replaced, including half the Care bldg. with a metal roof in preparation for a major solar installation this spring (...
Rev. Jacqueline Brett
January 09, 2020
Palms Together
I began last January 2019 with an extraordinary adventure: a trip to India for the Kumbh Mehla. The largest spiritual gathering on the planet, the one I attended attracted over 179 million pilgrims over six weeks to a temporary tent city in Allahabad...
Rev. Jacqueline Brett
December 23, 2019
In Care
Palms Together
Many have asked for a recording of the spoken word piece I delivered at Jazz for the Holidays on December 18. The service was unrecorded but the text is available below in this longer than usual blog post:  Life is veiled and hidden, even a...