December 6, 2020

Sunday
10:30 am
Counting Blessings, Finding Abundance
Rev. Deborah Cayer
Music: Rev. Stacy Grove; Paul Baerman, Pam DiLavore, Claudia Kaplan and Kate Lewis

In this service, we’ll consider all that we have to be thankful for, and how this can support us and help us feel connected. We’ll also consider the liberal religious roots that support this world view.

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December 13, 2020

Sunday
10:30 am
Holiday Music Service   
Rev. Deborah Cayer
Music: River Folk, Chalice Singers, Eno River Singers, and Trilight

Our music groups love to sing together and are finding new ways that make this possible from our members’ individual homes.

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December 20, 2020

Sunday
10:30 am
Jazz Service
Rev. Jacqueline Brett

ERUUF has developed a partnership with professional musicians from the Jazz Studies Department at North Carolina Central University. This year they’ve carefully planned a safe way to bring us a service filled with music and meaning.  Rev. Jacqueline Brett, worship leader, Chris Macon and Lisa Jones, Worship Associates.

December 20, 2020

Sunday
4:00 pm
No Rehearsal Pageant
Julia Tyler, DRE

Join us online at 4:00 pm! We’ll assign roles, then you’ll rummage through your stuff to find a simple costume (socks can be paws, bathrobes make awesome garb for wise persons, scarves are shawls, etc). You can act out your role as your part of the story is read aloud. All are welcome! Julia Tyler, Director.  

December 21, 2020

Sunday
7:00 pm
Solstice Celebration
ERUUF Covenant of UU Pagans

December 24, 2020

Sunday
7:00 pm
Christmas Eve Service

Join us to hear traditional stories, sing familiar carols, and listen to a Christmas choir of adults and children, directed by Jocelyn Neal. We’ll join together in the darkness to pass the light as we sing Silent Night from home this year. Ministers and staff, including Kate Lewis, will lead this service. 

December 27, 2020

Sunday
10:30 am
Kwanzaa Service
Rev. Jacqueline Brett
Music: Lea Morris and ERUUF singers

This year our service leaders will take us through a celebration of Kujichaglia, the principle of self-determination, as they pour libations, honor the Ancestors, light candles, and tell stories. Rev. Brett and some of our Black and African American members lead the service; all members and friends are invited to attend this beautiful online celebration of the human spirit. Lea Morris and ERUUF singers provide the morning’s music.