Are the retreat fees a challenge to your household budget? We know that they can be for some in our community, so we maintain a grant fund to help EUU members who might not otherwise be able to come to a … read more.
Do you have experiences to share about how your fellowship arose? Advice to give? Supportive shoulders to lend? A virtual gathering to share experiences and to ask questions is going to be organized in the new year.
I grew up UU in North Carolina and so wanted to find a UU community upon moving to France. I was excited to come upon EUU while looking around online, and I decided to register for the fall retreat in Mittelwihr. … read more.
The Saturday morning theme discussion included short discussion groups where we sampled the Quaker practice of Meeting for Clearness. EUU Member At Large Nancy Klein wrote a blog post that related to her own experience in the Meeting for Clearness.
Our leader, John Eichrodt, described this workshop not as a simple visit or tour, but rather a pilgrimage to honor the life and work of Dr. Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965), in particular his theological quest and life-long efforts for world peace. The home and center are … read more.
“Nonviolence and the Powers that Be” is the seventh chapter in Alastair McIntosh’s book Spiritual Activism. I decided to savor it over coffee on a Sunday morning, during our fellowship’s summer break from UU services. The timing was perfect; the chapter, co-written with Matt … read more.
During EUU retreats, workshops have been our special time together in smaller groups. They seek to give us an opportunity to focus on what matters to us as persons, to help us not only to grow spiritually, but also emotionally, psychologically, physically, and intellectually – … read more.