President’s Corner

Regular messages from our EUU president – what’s happening in EUU and personal reflections.

Our Democracy

The 5th UU principle affirms “The right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our congregations and in society at large”. It’s not always easy – democracy can be a clash of values and interests. Nor can we take democracy for granted. The … read more.

September Beginnings

September can be a time of beginnings, the start of a new cycle. For EUU, the new officers have up to now always taken office on September 1st — though this tradition is about to change. The Annual General Meeting at the spring retreat in … 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.

An Inspector Calls

EUU President Carolyn Burlingame-Goff

On the occasion of my sister’s 50th birthday, we celebrated in London by watching a production of the English classic An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestly.

The production we saw is a famous one.  Originally staged in 1992 by Stephen Daldry for the … read more.

Fellowship and Not Just Fellowships

EUU President Carolyn Burlingame-Goff

I am luckier than most when it comes to explaining my commitment to Unitarian Universalism in the workplace.  In an English Department, many people know of the connection to Emerson and the Transcendentalists.  Some even know about John Adams and the origins … read more.