Inquirer's Class (Sun, Sep 1 11:35 am)
Join us on Sunday, August 11 for Class 4. Faith Development for Children and Adults - UU faith development philosophy and an overview of the offerings we have in Religious Education (RE) for children and Adult Programs.
Exploring Spiritual Practice: Keeping Sabbath and Prayer (Sat, Sep 7 9:00 am)
Practical and experiential explorations of the role of spiritual practice in our lives and how we can sustain it.
Inquirer's Class (Sun, Sep 8 11:35 am)
Join us on Sunday, September 8 for Class 5. Worship & Liturgical Year - ERUUF’s liturgical cycle and program year; the elements of our worship services and how we celebrate holidays.
Sunday Night Live (Sun, Sep 8 4:30 pm)
Youth and family programming and social events including dinner
Leadership Development Team (Sat, Sep 14 9:00 am)
Group Facilitation and Decision-Making for Current and Emerging Congregational Leaders.
Sunday, August 25: 10:30 am
At the end of summer we bring a bit of water from a place or time that's had special meaning, and we add it to a common bowl. This morning, we will consider rivers, such as the Rio Grande along the US Mexico border, that flow carrying only life and sustenance, that flow with no intent to divide. Rev. Cayer and friends, service leaders. Summer Choir brings the morning's music.
Volunteers are needed for the AIDS Memorial Quilt display. Three panels from the Quilt will be on display in the ERUUF Sanctuary from Wednesday, November 27 through Monday, December 2. While it's open to the public, we need volunteers to sit with the Quilt; at least two volunteers are needed for each shift. If you are interested, please email, text or call Vincent Licenziato at , 617-720-
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Spiritual Odyssey 2019 is now underway! Join us in the Commons Room on Sunday mornings from June 9 to August 11 from 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. for an hour of storytelling and enlightenment during one of the most interesting programs at ERUUF. The power of the truth shared and received is amazing. All are welcome! Upcoming Spiritual Odyssey Presentations:
August 11: Doug Rhodes: My UU Homeric Odyssey from Chautauqua to My Durham Home
Do you feel connected to someone who has died of AIDS?
This August, the Multicultural Team (MCT) needs help creating an AIDS Quilt to be displayed alongside three quilt panels from the NAMES Project in Georgia. The MCT will be bringing these panels to ERUUF in November for World Aids Day, December 1. No experience is necessary to participate! Contact Diane Blount for more information.