Eno River Buddhist Community (ERBC)

ERBC is a Buddhist practice group that meets to meditate, to deepen our understanding of the Buddha's teachings, and to support one another in cultivating the path of practice. The group looks to the early discourses of the Buddha and to teachers who study them to help us explore these teachings. Newcomers and visitors are always welcome.

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Contact Person: Steve Seiberling
Role: Coordinator
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Staff Partner: Rev. Jacqueline Brett, Minister of Congregational Engagement

Humanist Group

2nd Sundays, 1 pm, Room 4/5. We are a group formed around humanist teaching and ideas. Please join us.

Contact Person: Amy Miller
Role: Co-coordinator
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Staff Partner: Rev. Jacqueline Brett, Minister of Congregational Engagement

ERUUF Christian Fellowship (ECF)

Meets 2nd & 4th Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30 pm. (less frequently during the summer). 

UU Christians look to the teachings of Jesus (not about Jesus) as a source of wisdom and guidance in building the Beloved Community. The ERUUF Christian Fellowship has been meeting regularly since Fall 2008. The group shares prayer, reflections on Bible passages, and thoughts on contemporary writings of liberal Christians. A communion service is held quarterly. Come join us!

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Contact Person: Stephen Edgerton

Eno River CUUPS

Eno River CUUPS (Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans) is for those interested in Nature-centered spiritual practices that celebrate and honor the seasons of our Mother Earth through ritual, music, movement, creative expression, and discussion. Meets on the 2nd Sunday of January for an annual community circle and on the eight Sundays nearest Earth-centered ritual days (Cross Quarters, Equinoxes, and Solstices).  Check the Faith/Focus Group Events category of the ERUUF calendar for specific dates.

Contact Person: Lila Rosa
Role: Coordinator
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A Course in Miracles

The group reads and discusses the text, workbook, and applications of the Course in daily life. Newcomers are always welcome. There is no charge for the course, but donations to ERUUF are welcome. Meets Sunday mornings from 9:00-10:30 am.

Contact Person: Earl Johnson
Role: Coordinator
Email:
Staff Partner: Rev. Jacqueline Brett, Minister of Congregational Engagement