EUU News

News from EUU to members and friends.

Result of Social Action Collections in Bad Homburg

Thank you to everyone who attended the November retreat in Bad Homburg and who so generously contributed to our social action collections!

 

A huge number of eyeglasses were collected this time — 69 pairs plus 51 cases — thus filling an entire box! Aude van Lidth … read more.

Love Beyond Belief – A Poem

The answer waivers in the air.

There but not.

 

You breathe

and everything is everything

but nothing.

 

Awash with the joy

of everything and nothing,

love beams

 

through the chatter

between truths and lies and

understanding.

 

I say embrace the unknown and … read more.

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.

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.

Blowing Our Horn

Being your president for two years has been a life-changing experience.  The support I received from my husband, Ray, my officers (Gail Rosecrance as Vice-President, Tom Sievers as Treasurer, and Bonnie Friedmann as Secretary), as well from the other Committee Heads, Fellowship Representatives and members … 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.

All Carrots, No Sticks!

Volunteerism in the 21st Century is not what it was in the 20th.  My mother used to volunteer so that she could justify leaving the house, get away from us kids, socialize with her friends, demonstrate that she did, in fact, have a brain, and … read more.