Coronavirus Updates - ERUUF

Updates from the Fellowship

  • The solar project has been installed and is awaiting final inspection before being switched on. It’s a beautiful sight on the CARE Building roof!
  • Based on the continued spread of the coronavirus, we expect that worship will continue to be “online only” well into the fall and possibly beyond. Thanks to a generous grant from the Eno River Foundation, webcast recording equipment has been installed in the ERUUF Sanctuary. Staff are eagerly learning the new system so that even though you can’t come to ERUUF, soon we’ll be able to “bring ERUUF to you!” We’re very grateful to the Foundation for this generous gift which will make it possible to continue to share Sunday morning from the Sanctuary long after the pandemic is just a story we tell in the future.
  • We’re also planning for church school and adult programs to be “online only” this fall. We’re ready to pivot back to “in person” as soon as it’s safe to do so. But while it’s not safe we’re checking in with our members to find out what they need and we’ll do our best to respond with online groups and classes.


See all updates from Rev. Cayer

Apartments for Refugees

The Refugee Action Group is collaborating with local partners to furnish and set up apartments for new refugees.

In collaboration with the refugee resettlement agency CWS Durham, the Judea Reform congregation, and the Watts Hillandale neighborhood, the ERUUF Refugee Action Team welcomes your donations of furniture, household items, or funds. We are also looking for people to help with the move and set-up process. `

We will pick up large furniture from Durham and Chapel Hill addresses on Sunday afternoon April 15. Donated items should be in new or gently used condition. If you'd like to make a financial contribution to help us rent a truck for pick-ups and to purchase any items not donated, you can do so on the sign-up form below.