- New waste stations for Fellowship Hall and Care bldg. (Denise Frizzell, Kim Swain, Barbara Welanetz, Shawn Trimble with funding support from the Foundation)
- New doors for rear of Commons Room (Peter Romeyn)
- New window blinds in Rooms 4/5 & 1 (Jean O'Barr)
- Clean gutters (Glen Jackson)
- Tree/limb pruning (Jack Romeyn)
- Redesigned Sanctuary front garden (Beth Harvat, Barbara Beaman, Nancy Henley, Jean O'Barr)
- Clear sidewalks and lawn mowing (Rick Searles, David Scheidt)
- New wall coverings for Fellowship Hall (Peter Romeyn, Ed Hoefle, Steve Edgerton, Karli Rabe)
- New dishwasher in Care bldg. (Chris Egle)
- New chairs/tables for Sanctuary floor (Jean O'Barr, with funding support from Gallery Committee)
- New carpet in Sanctuary, Rooms 4/5 & 3 (Peter Romeyn)
Welcome to a new version of the ERUUF web site!
The primary intention is to show the ERUUF community in action, with a focus on the shared ministry teams and values of the fellowship. The invitation is to explore and find your way on the site and in this beloved community.
By design, it is set up to encourage exploration instead of linear mapping. It is searchable, mobile friendly and hopefully more accessible to people who are new to UU and ERUUF.
The site is built with a visual language of pictures and images in addition to text and links. Menus introduce new headings and categories. Pretty much everything on the old site is also on the new site, just in a different organizational pattern. In the future, we plan to add more video components and interactivity with social media.
- Visual language (we are always looking for high quality photographs of ERUUF groups and activities)
- New blog page (reflections from ministers and staff)
- Emphasis on shared ministries in action
- Searchable calendar
- New auto-draft giving portal
- Mobile friendly
The layout, design, and focus of the new site are all the result of conversations with staff, leaders, and members, combined with ERUUF site analytics and evaluation of web sites of UU congregations and other spiritual communities. In all our research, we could not find any congregation anywhere with as much emphasis on governance and policies as ERUUF seems to hold. As a result, any information in this area, that focuses on "how we organize ourselves," has all been pushed down to the bottom menu. If you are a leader or just policy curious, scroll down to the bottom of any page to find numbers, reports, and governance.
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