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Welcome to the Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship!

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We gather together on Sunday mornings to sing, meditate, pray, consider big ideas, savor ancient wisdom, awaken to possibility, renew our dedication, commit to our principles and connect with one another in faith and friendship.

  • 9:15 am and 11:15 am (Fall, Winter, Spring)
  • one service at 10:30 am (Summer)

All services are followed by social time in our Fellowship Hall where you can find fair trade coffee and tea, a friendly visitor host who will help you get oriented, and lots of information about classes, groups and activities of the fellowship. People will be friendly and talk to you, but if you're shy you can browse our bookstore, also located in the Fellowship Hall.

ERUUF is committed to the inclusion of every person. All are welcome here without regard to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation or economic status. We are a UUA "Welcoming Congregation."

Special Services and Gatherings in December

Vespers     

December 7, 6:30 pm, Sanctuary. This is a time to listen to music and readings, light a candle and join in meditation or prayer. It’s a refreshing pause and reset in the middle of the week.

Workshop: Unplug the Holiday Machine

December 7, 7pm. Led by Amy Rawls and Rev. Cayer. What are your winter holidays really like? How do you wish they’d be? Join us to learn how others have found ways to make the holidays more manageable and meaningful.


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Monthly Worship Themes

by Rev. Deborah Cayer

As a way of going deeper, this year we’re going to introduce monthly worship themes. Themes will run if not in the foreground, then in the background of services. We’re doing this as part of the Soul Matters collective of over 200 UU congregations. So themes will help us focus on a particular value or spiritual quality together in various ways at ERUUF, and also together with fellow UUs.

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Covenant at ERUUF

by Rev. Deborah Cayer

Who Are We/ Whose Are We team has reviewed information from last May’s workshops. Results are quite preliminary, but we see some trends. The things that ERUUFians value most is community and a sense of belonging. Within this, many speak of wanting a feeling of safety, but they do so in two distinct ways: safe as in a place to feel comfort, and safe as a strong home base that supports people in taking risks.

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