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


Daniel Nahmod photo 1About Daniel Nahmod 
Daniel's songs have been sung and recorded by thousands of soloists, music ministers, choirs and congregations of all faiths around the world. He has shared the stage with such luminaries as Marianne Williamson, Wayne Dyer, Jean Houston, Yolanda King (daughter of Dr. King), Arun Gandhi (grandson of Mahatma Gandhi), Mark Victor Hansen (‘Chicken Soup for the Soul’) and Michael Beckwith. His brilliant song “One Power” was declared “the anthem for the New Humanity” by Deepak Chopra. He has become one of popular music's most beloved and successful independent performers, having sold over 110,000 CDs and 10,000 songbooks of his profound, insightful, heart-opening original pop songs. His music has been heard on The Super Bowl,  American IdolThe VoiceThe Today Show, and Saturday Night Live

His collaborations with hip-hop humanitarian Nimo have garnered worldwide acclaim. Their video "Grateful" has inspired children and choirs of all ages to come together to sing about kindness and gratitude. Their latest song, a modern take on the classic "We Shall Overcome," features groups from 20 countries marching and participating in a global movement of love and connection. 

Daniel’s stunning 3-octave vocals, exceptional piano and guitar skills, and humorous and humble stage presence combine with his extraordinary catalog of songs to inspire countless tears of joy and standing ovations, from secular audiences, interfaith gatherings, nonprofit groups, and communities of all the world’s major religions, including Christian, Catholic, Buddhist, Mormon, Muslim, Jewish, Bahai, Hindu, Unity, and Religious Science.

Said one fan after a recent concert,  “Thank you, Daniel, for the most beautiful two hours of my life.”

For additional samples of his richly diverse musical talents, check out "We Can Try!" or watch to his live rendition of "Swing Wide the Doors!" in the video below.

Join us on Friday, September 6, 2019, 7:30 pm in the ERUUF Sanctuary. Questions? Contact Pam DiLavore,  and Denise Frizzell, . Purchase tickets here