Having heard so much about Unitarianism’s roots in Transylvania over the years, I was pleased to represent EUU at the recent opening of The House of Religion in Kolozsvar. I had set myself several goals for the visit: to refresh our contacts and discuss opportunities … read more.
Month: July 2018
Chet Boyers and Donna Henson-Boyers are leaving Germany. They will be missed in many ways, not least for their enthusiastic, competent, reliable and kind support for EUU and KUUF activities.
Here’s what Donna wrote about their time with us and about their plans for the future:
Wedding … read more.
EUU President Carolyn Burlingame-Goff
EUU Retreats have often been hosted at German Youth Hostels. A recent change in their policies requires us to give them a firm idea of the number of rooms we will need two months before the actual retreat. Completely reasonable from their … read more.
by Ellie Lagarde
On a lovely summer Sunday, our last service before the holidays, our little Amsterdam congregation received a visit from Rev. Diane Rollert, our UUA Ambassador from Montreal. After a friendly dinner with the board, during which she gave us useful advice on how to … read more.
The Brussels Fellowship hosted the quarterly EUU Coordinating Committee (EUUCC) meeting with gracious hospitality last month. Fortified by a delicious mid-day repast, buckets of tea, and the scrumptious cookies provided by Marcie, the hours on Saturday fairly quickly flew by. The committee laid the groundwork … read more.
Rev. Lara Fuchs
UPDATE 3 October 2018
Register by October 15 for the EUU Fellowship Development Workshop in Cologne with Rev. Lara Fuchs!
This training will cover essential topics of congregational life such as: worship, welcoming, leadership, finance, mission, volunteers, RE, small groups, etc. It will also focus … read more.
by Adrienne Brayman
Although the Brussels fellowship is small, we’ve always managed to keep things afloat, even when Vicki and Scott, who led the fellowship for twenty years, retired to the States and many thought the group would fade. I’ve always thought this has largely been … read more.