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Nominated EUU Officers for 2020

These are the candidates that will be voted on at the EUU General Meeting in Bad Homburg (at the Fall Retreat).

President: Tony Zamparutti

Tony has been part of UU and a member of the Brussels UU Fellowship for almost ten years. He has been active in … read more.

Looking Back at Social Action

By Diana Smith

Our EUU members are active in a wide range of charities within their communities as well as globally. Many of us respond to the needs we perceive in society by contributing our time, guidance, expertise, clothing, food, money, etc. Service may also consist … read more.

Rev. Thandeka in Brussels before the EUU Retreat

The Brussels Fellowship invites you to a special service with Rev. Thandeka, our guest speaker at the upcoming retreat in Bad Homburg.

Scroll down for video with Rev. Thandeka.

The Rev. Thandeka

One week before the retreat, on Sunday November 10th, Rev. Thandeka will lead our November service, … read more.

The Story Store: Bad Homburg Retreat Workshop

The founders of The Story Store and editors of the book Warum wir hier sind will attend the November retreat in Bad Homburg and lead a workshop. You may recall hearing about them, as they received a social action grant last year.

For more information about the workshop, … read more.

EUU Leadership Developments

We are saddened to learn that elected incoming President Ray Burlingame-Goff has experienced an unexpected health crisis. Fortunately for EUU, Tony Zamparutti, who had been elected to serve as vice-president at the AGM in Berlin, has agreed to serve as President for this four-month term … read more.

The Personal Fruits of Working on an International Level

ICUU Council Meeting 2016, Mennorode, Netherlands

 

by Eva Kortekaas

Since I went to my first ICUU conference in 2016, I have had the chance to get to know some of the international community of Unitarians, Unitarian Universalists and other liberal religious groups outside of EUU. One of … read more.

A New Logo? Logo!

By Caitlin McGinn and Carolyn Burlingame-Goff

A little over two years ago, an article appeared in The Guardian about how the Quakers had used the redesign of their logo as a means to reconsider their identity and reach out to a new generation of possible members.  … read more.

Church Asylum in The Hague

Eva Kortekaas

Members of NUUF, the Netherlands Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, helped lead part of the continuous 24/7 worship in a church asylum program in The Hague. Eva Kortekaas has written about their experience and also about the success of the church asylum and its implications for … read more.