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Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (ERUUF)


4907 Garrett Rd
Durham, NC 27707
Phone: (919) 489-2575
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Photo of Draco Strongarm Draco Strongarm
Dec 22, 2019 5

Very fun place to be, as well as to be yourself without public discrimination. these people are like a family to me, I came in spritually broken, feeling like a item no longer useful. They helped me and those around me too, not because they haven't been through what I have been through, but because some of them have gone through what I went through in my younger life before going there. Not only was I healed, I became stronger, made friends, bonds that will last a lifetime to most, but most importantly, I found the love of my life there and she knows who is. One day, those who have broken me, came to me I thought about the preachings they say every Sunday I go there, those people tried to shame me call me out and bring out the worst in me I didn't let them not again. So those people left and I felt at peace after I talked with them instead of the trash talking. If you ever feel broken beaten or feeling lost in your ways, go there you don't have to agree to what they preach but just listen and you'll eventually see how you can apply those words to your self. You will see that those words can be applied if you listen carefully.

Photo of Dan Chartier Dan Chartier
Nov 12, 2019 5

Beautiful, soulful venue for a memorial service for a dear friend, Jeff Hamilton. We were blessed to have known you Jeff.

Photo of Marc Silling Marc Silling
Nov 9, 2019 5

I've been attending this fellowship for five years and have found it to be a welcoming congregation of people. There are small groups that attend to the needs of many different people. When I was ill recently I was offered meals and a person came over to my house and brought me flowers. The people there just wrap me in love every time I go there. It's a "deeds not creeds" sort of place where service to others appears to be one of the prime values.

Photo of Katelyn Johnson Capital Cakes Katelyn Johnson Capital Cakes
Oct 14, 2019 5

This is a nice church that supports marriages of all couples. Nice fellowship area to have an intimate celebration.

Photo of David Tucker David Tucker
Oct 12, 2018 5

A wonderfully accepting, affirming, and welcoming spiritual and religious community. Progressive, liberal, and inclusive, we Unitarian Universalists affirm the inherent worth and dignity of all people; and the vital importance of the interconnected web of existence, of which we are all a part. We strive to live covenantally, not by a creed; and to bring love, justice, awareness, and service into the world in which we live.

Photo of Stephen Daniel Stephen Daniel
Feb 13, 2019 5

An open and welcoming community. Everyone is welcome, regardless of beliefs, or lack thereof.

Photo of Dana Stone Dana Stone
May 8, 2018 5

Surely one of the most dynamic congregations in the Triangle. There is a keen focus on human rights. Everyone is welcome. No cliques here! The music is exceptional! There are many events to choose from -- potlucks, lectures (the latest on the benefits of going vegan), coffee before and after church (best in Durham), and trips (to Nicaragua next winter). Definitely worth a look. It also has a beautiful campus.

Photo of R Mark E-W R Mark E-W
Apr 16, 2019 5

We rent for school concerts. Beautiful facility.

Photo of Megan Henry Megan Henry
May 4, 2019 5

Wow! This fellowship has and is continuing to figure out the human condition. By accepting the whole himan experience, i.e. humanism, spirituality, religion and mysticism. I cant seem to get enough and feel safe within the sacredness that this fellowship endeavors to create.

Photo of Christine K Christine K
Jun 24, 2017 5

This congregation caters to all, everyone is welcome. There is no Christian theme but we do take quotes and lessons and music from any religion including Christianity. I am not a Christian and I have been a UU for years and coming here with my family for two years. This is where the best community members of Durham and the surrounding area come to celebrate our spirituality.

Photo of Prescott Plumlee Prescott Plumlee
Sep 3, 2017 5

We have gone twice so far. The messages have been community service and love God through loving each other. There are readings from different religions. It's very inclusive. There is a "noisy" room where kids can draw and play and parents can still see and hear the service.