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Upcoming ZOOM Meetings and Activities (as of Mar 28)

As so many EUU members and friends are all confined at home, EUU, the fellowships and at-large are moving to online meetings. This can be a good opportunity to ‘travel’ to another fellowship for a service.

Here is a round-up of upcoming services and other meetings. … read more.

ALERT: VOTING FROM ABROAD FOR U.S. CITIZENS

If you happen to be a United States citizen as well as being a member or friend of EUU, we hope you know how easy it is for everyone to vote from abroad.

Many of you have already voted in your state’s presidential primary (or have … read more.

Working with FLAKS

by Laura from Hamburg

FLAKS, or Frauen und Kinder lernen in Altona, is a very worthy organization in the Altona district of Hamburg, Germany. Its mission is to get women out of and to keep them out of poverty, as well as to connect the various … read more.

Saying Goodbye to Your Best Friend

By Floyd Vernon Chandler

Mickey was like a beloved son and I experienced him as my best friend. I’ve loved all my animal companions, but Mickey was special. It is difficult to put into words the mysterious bonds that are sometimes found between humans and animals. … read more.

End-of-the-Year Social Action for the Brussels Fellowship

By Adrienne Brayman

For the past several years, the Brussels fellowship has carried out a social action project every December. This first started because one of our former members who now lives in the US, Sheryl Abrahams, volunteered regularly with the same organization, Oasis. Oasis works … read more.

UU Rhein-Main – New Contact Info, New Officers!

UU Rhein-Main Contact Information Updated!

UU Rhein-main successfully moved from Wiesbaden to our new location in Frankfurt. For a year, we kept Wiesbaden contact information to help ease into our new identity. We still meet on the 1st Sunday of the Month at Church of Christ … read more.

IWC: Empowering Women around the World

 

By Beth O’Connell

“Life for women in Bolivia is difficult. ‘Machismo’ culture is deeply entrenched. Sexism, misogyny, and violence are everyday occurrences. Many women are economically inactive and have limited job opportunities.”

So explains Calixta Choque Churata, leader of a project in Bolivia for women which is … read more.