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Durham, NC -- On Sunday January 30, 2022, members of the Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (ERUUF) enthusiastically voted to call Reverend Jacqueline Brett as new Lead Minister.


Ministry Transition Updates: Key Events and News at ERUUF

See below for key events taking place during the transition in ministry. We’ll update this page frequently – so stay tuned.


ERUUF Coronavirus Updates

March 11, 2022


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  • Online Together

    Online Together


    Worship Services at ERUUF are both online and in-person. 

    Masks are required for in-person attendance by congregants.

    Worship leaders, including cantors, do not have to wear a mask while leading services. Choir members will continue to wear masks while singing in order to reduce the viral load in the air.


    Attend Sunday Worship services via ERUUF's YouTube Channel or Facebook page. Look for the LIVE NOW label.   

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  • Next Service

    Next Service


    Sunday, May 22, 2022: 10:45 am (online and IN-PERSON)

    To Bless the Space Between Us 

    Noticing a  blessing helps us awaken to life's abundant gifts and possibilities, so in a way naming blessings is a way of practicing gratitude. My colleague Rob Eller Issac says that for Unitarian Universalists, blessing is an expression of our partnership with the holy. This Sunday, in Rev. Cayer's last sermon for ERUUF, we'll explore some of the ways we've been in partnership with each other, life, and the holy, and we'll name and give thanks for the abundant gifts discovered along the way. Rev. Deborah Cayer leads this morning's service with Rev. Patty Hanneman and a guest appearance by Rev. Jacqueline Brett. Kate Lewis and Rev. Stacy Grove will provide the music. Pam DiLavore is our cantor.  

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This group examines fiber arts as a spiritual practice, observing how societies use textiles to express spirituality and preserve culture. Individual and collective creativity are explored within a framework of shared talents and gifts, encouragement, and affirmation. For more information and link to meetings, contact Kacey Zucchino, 

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