Therefore, take up the full armor of God, so that you will be able to resist in the evil day, and having done everything, to stand firm.
Sunday, November 10, 2019
A Salute to CUC Veterans
November 10 is the birthday of the Marine Corps and November 11 is Veterans Day, so in our CUC class it is planned to have a tribute to retired military class members who will share their stories along with a Power Point presentation. Jim McCormick will also be at our CUC class this Sunday to tell us about his new book.
We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Norma & Dave Hills and Nancy & Johnie Wright
90 members + 2 guests + teacher = 93
New CUC Member
Welcome Mary Jennings, our newest member.
Tell It Like It Can Be
Jim McCormick , one of our favorite CUC speakers, has a new book out, Tell It Like It Can Be , and it is available on Amazon. But instead of ordering it from Amazon, it will be offered through CUC with 100% of the sales price going to a CUC mission project.
Each chapter of this book contains inspiration, encouragement, and challenge for those who take God seriously and who seek to be followers of Jesus. Not narrowly denominational or fundamental, it speaks to everyone who wants to experience the gracious gifts of God that are available to all sincere seekers and to pass that on to all the children of God.
We understand our own George Martin was instrumental in having Jim write this book as he told Jim he wanted a book that he could give to his grandchildren about the Christian faith.
Christmas is coming!
We are so excited to have approximately 109 people signed up for the Christmas Party on December 3 at the Metropolitan Club. If you won’t be in CUC and want to attend please contact MariAnna Brown or a member of the committee to have your name added to the list or if you have any questions.
The Metropolitan Club requires our final count and payment 10 business days before our event so please make sure your payment is received NLT November 17. If you are out of town please feel free to mail your payment before the deadline The cost will be $40 per person. Be sure to pick up your bag for the white elephant gift exchange.
Operation Christmas Child
Collect your goodies to put in the boxes for Operation Christmas Child which will be collected by Lynn Roberts any time you want to bring them in. Or you can contribute on-line. Please let Lynn know if you choose to donate your box on-line. The aim is for CUC to contribute 100 boxes by the final date for collection November 17th!
RUMC Wednesday Night Out Dinner
Slow Cooked BBQ Pulled Pork, Smoked Gouda Mac & Cheese, Braised Collard Greens, Sliced Yeast Rolls, Corn Chowder, Featured Salad Bar, Banana Pudding
Serving hours: 4:45-6:30pm, take out available until 6:45pm
It’s back! The annual pecan sale has begun. Proceeds support Boy Scouts, MUST Ministries, and Discovery Sunday School missions. Order online or at the RUMC Main Office, Chapel building. $9/bag, 3 bags for $25, or 30 bags for $240
Another Christmas Event
Yes, Christmas is coming!
CUC is invited to the Wrights for our annual Christmas Open House on Tuesday, December 10th, starting at from 6 P.M. Bring an hors d’oeuvres or a dessert. Beverages will be provided.
There are mission trips planned to Panama City through January. If anyone is interested go, to rum.com/missiontrips. Also if anyone is interested in missions right here in our own backyard, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
- Sandy Martin – Prayers and sympathy on the loss of George last Sunday morning. Our CUC class president, he was a very special Christian man who will be sorely missed and well-remembered. (George’s memorial service will be on Friday, Nov. 8 at 11:00 in the Chapel with a dinner provided by the CUC Class following in Fellowship Hall.)
- Dick Anthony – Has been moved to Glancy Rehabilitation Center in Duluth as of last Saturday. Visitation is 4 to 9 He is scheduled to come home on Thursday. He will be going to Laverne’s house.
- Julian Belote – for continued good recovery following fractured hip
- Tom Cantrell – as he is treated for bladder cancer
- Barbara Davis – was not doing well in rehab and has been returned to the Gwinnett Northside Hospital in Duluth. Room 405.
- Johnny Johnson and Donna as he continues chemo for his pancreatic cancer. He’ll also continue exploring additional therapies.
From Larry and Betty Hunt: Thanks to an attentive heart physician and a skilled vascular surgeon, Larry Hunt was operated on October 30 for a carotid artery found 80% occluded. He was at Northside Hospital Forsyth for only that day and the next. We thank God for all the good attention from the staff there and for knowing that fellow members of CUC would wish him well. Recovery time is about two weeks.
- 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(email@example.com)of any CUC members who need to be added, updated, or removed from the list)
- Mrs. Pat Cooney – Nov 14
- Jim Taylor – Nov 15
- John Lemke – Nov 15
- Judy Hoogstraal – Nov 15
- Marlene and Don MacLeod – Nov 16, 1962 – 57 years
- Wanda and Terry Taylor – Nov 16, 1991 -28 years
- 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