The main topic on the agenda was the upcoming EUU Annual General Meeting. Topics discussed were the nominated slate of officers, the financial statement and budget that will be presented to members for approval, and proposed changes to EUU by-laws that will be voted on … read more.
EUU online retreats have become a real blessing for me – thanks to Zoom, Wonder.Me, and above all, the dedication of the EUU program planning team. I’m one of those people who has had to pass up retreat attendance for many years due to my … read more.
On Sunday, June 20th, 2021, Unitarian Universalists from all over Europe celebrated the summer solstice together! Now, regarding events like this one, I’m definitely in favor of solutions that encourage social distancing and keep everyone as safe and as comfortable … read more.
Social Action has a relatively large budget, and we’d like to spend it all. This is due in large part to the success of our virtual retreats and the generous donations from those who attended. Thank you!
We are focussing this year on inter-fellowship community building. … read more.
To begin the Sing-Along, Marcie had chosen seven hymns, including both familiar UU hymns and unfamiliar new ones from the British Unitarian hymnbook. With all of our microphones muted, we sang these hymns to recorded accompaniment, some on piano … read more.
Wonder is a web service (developed by a German company) that allows you to create virtual rooms with different options. For the EUU Spring Retreat, it was set up as a virtual lobby and lounge on the desktop, with several rectangles … read more.
I had the pleasure of attending the EUU’s second online retreat this spring. Most things were timed to where I could attend, now that I am in the U.S.A. I really appreciated that. A special part of the retreat was the Sunday service. It was … read more.
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