Newsletter – October 26, 2019

All these things Jesus spoke to the crowds in parables, and He did not speak to them without a parable.

Matt 13:34 (NASB)

Sunday, October 27, 2019

Looking Deeper at the Parables

Scott Dickson has our CUC lesson Oct 27 and Nov 3. His subject will be “Looking Deeper at the Parables”. Scott has led our class a number of times before and always brings us an excellent lesson.

CUC Announcements – Oct 27, 2019

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Betty and Larry Hunt, and Sue and George Waite.

CUC Attendance

October 20
1 teacher + 99 members = 100 total

CUC Collection

October 20

New CUC Member Welcomed

Jim Taylor – brother of Claudia Phelps

Christmas is coming!

The annual CUC Christmas Party will be Tuesday, December 3, 6-10 PM at the Metropolitan Club. This is the biggest and best CUC party of the year. Already over 90 CUC’ers have signed up! Be sure you have marked your calendars! The cost will be $40 per person and the reservations will need to be in by November 17th. Be sure to pick up your bag for the white elephant gift exchange. The sign-up sheet will be passed this Sunday. Contact

Mike and Garlinn Story, MariAnna Brown, or Lesleigh Coelho with any questions.

Operation Christmas Child

Yes, Christmas is coming! Start collecting your goodies to put in the boxes for Operation Christmas Child which are now available and will be collected by Lynn Roberts any time you want to bring them in. Please let Lynn know if you choose to donate your box on-line. The aim is for CUC to contribute 100 boxes !

CUC Mission Outreach

CUC Mission Outreach pamphlets were distributed last Sunday describing the mission outreach of our CUC class. Be sure you get a copy to learn about these missions and how CUC supports them.

Service Opportunity

Needed – Part time substitute bakery pickup and delivery to church, etc.

Pickups available from either Publix at Northridge or Publix at Holcomb Bridge and 400

Pickups can be either morning or closing at pm. (Full time positions also available !!)

Please call either Claudia or John Phelps.

RUMC Wednesday Night Out Dinner

WNO Menu for October 30:

  • White Bean and Chicken Chili, Cilantro Lime Brown Rice
  • Southwestern Corn with Cotija Cheese
  • Green Chili Cheddar Corn Bread, Black Bean Soup
  • Tres Leche Cake
  • Featured Salad Bar:Garden Salad w/ Spring, Carrots, Tomatoes, and Cucumbers, Caesar Salad, Fruit Salad, Pasta Salad

Serving hours: 4:45-6:30 pm, take out available until 6:45 pm

Time Forgotten – Time Remembered

This Sunday at 3:00, the Michael O’Neal Singers will be presenting a program at RUMC which will include the regional premiere of Robert Cohen’s Alzheimer’s Stories, a critically acclaimed work which addresses the subject of memory loss. In addition to the full MOS choir there will be the chamber orchestra, guest soloists, and guest narrator actor, Tom Key. Also included in the concert will be performances of Long, Long, Ago, Shenandoah, Amazing Grace and You’ll Never Walk Alone.

Tickets 15/$20 in advance; $20/$25 at the door. or 770-594-7974

Charis Gallery

Stop by the Charis Gallery to view the The Spirit Lives On exhibit featuring photographs and drawings by Alzheimers patients and their Caregivers.


Be sure to get your Shingles shots and your flu shots!

Box Tops and Flip Tops, etc.

Before the Box Top plan is completely discontinued and changed to an online system, please keep on bringing in those accumulated Box Tops for Education for Red Bird Missions.

Save and bring in those flip tops for Ronald McDonald Houses!

And remember to set up accounts and use your purchases at Publix and Amazon Smile to support Murphy Harpst.

  • Dick Anthony – Still hospitalized at Northside Hospital Cumming. He will be moved probably next week to Glancy Rehabilitation Center in Duluth. Visitation is 4 to 9 and he will be there two weeks.
  • Julian Belote – for continued good recovery from hip fracture following rehab.
  • Tom Cantrell – as he begins treatment for stage 1 bladder cancer
  • Barbara Davis – recovering at Glancy Rehab Center in Duluth. Visitors are allowed.
  • Johnny Johnson and Donna as they plan to begin the experimental drug therapy Winston Salem for his pancreatic cancer and return to their old home in Roswell.
  • George Martin and Sandy as George recovers at home from major surgery, is being treated for anemia, and determines further treatment. He appreciates the cards, emails, and texts, but is not quite ready for visitors.

Continuing prayers:

  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney and (Mr.) Pat as she continues to battle multiple myeloma.
  • Betty and Don Gay at home with assistance

Please pray for needs expressed and unexpressed for CUC members, and for friends and relatives of CUC class members who are facing illnesses, loss of loved ones, and important decisions to be made.

(Please help to keep this list up to date by notifying the editor( any CUC members who need to be added, updated, or removed from the list)


  • Pat Peterson – Oct 29
  • Bill Thompson – Oct 30
  • Linda Mooney – Nov 2


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  • Oct. 25 – RUMC Gibbs Garden Senior Trip
  • Oct. 29 – Homestretch Golf Tournament
  • Dec. 3 – CUC Christmas Party at Metropolitan Club
  • Dec. 5,6,7 – RUMC Christmas Gift Show
  • Oct. 21-23, 2020 – CUC annual retreat at Winshape at Berry College

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