Happy Mother’s Day!
Sunday, May 8, 2022
For this reason we also constantly thank God that when you received the word of God which you heard from us, you accepted it not as the word of men, but for what it really is, the word of God, which also performs its work in you who believe. 1 Thessalonians 2:13, New American Standard Bible – 1995
How the English Bible Came to Be
Dean Tucker has our lesson again this week, completing his series on “How the English Bible Came to Be”. Dean is a member of the BYKOTA Sunday School class and was a professor at Oglethorpe. He has been covering the subjects: Christian beliefs about the creation of the Bible, the case for the Bible as the inspired Word of God,
In what language(s) was the Bible originally written? When was the Bible written? Who wrote the Bible?, Why was the Bible written? How was the Bible written and preserved throughout the early stages? How was it determined what to include or exclude in the Bible?, How were the books of the Bible named and ordered?, The bloody, violent and murderous path to our present day English Bible, and How and why are there so many translations and versions of the Bible? His lessons are built upon the following words of Scripture: Mark 13:31, 2 Timothy 3:16-17, 2 Peter 1:19-21,1 Thessalonians 2:13
CUC Sunday School Class
We continue to have class both in the classroom and on Zoom. We still have Zoom for those of CUC who prefer to stay at home or who are away from home! CUC is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Those attending class via Zoom should be signed into Zoom and admitted no later than 9:40 AM to prevent feedback noise. Thanks for everyone’s cooperation on this!
- Jeannie Ehlers as she continues with her chemo treatments
- Laverne Lamb as she recovers from shoulder replacement surgery
- Peter Oliver as he recovers from surgery.
- Linda Temples , now recovering in a rehab facility following recent serious illness.
- CUC family members in harm’s way ….
- Bob and Sharon Erdman’s grandson Alex who is teaching in Georgia
- Martha & Tom Knights’ daughter Dorothy and family in Warsaw.
- Dick Anthony who is doing better with multiple myeloma.
- Sister Backus– for relief of increased back pain and other disabilities
- Malone Dodson and Charlotte as Malone continues his recovery from stroke
- Marlene and Don MacLeod with multiple health issues.
- Vince Grosse’s brother being treated for liver cancer.
- Vince and Donna’s friend Susan Ouzts.
Pray also for our caregivers of those who are ailing!
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. Prayers also for our nation and its people and for the people of Ukraine.
- Pat Phillips – May 9
- Linda and Bob Mooney – May 9, 1964, Elkton, MD, 58 years !
- Jeff and Lesleigh Coelho – May 9, 1970, Kailua, HI, 52 years !
- George and Gayle Crolius – May 9, 2001, Pompano Beach, FL 21years
Neighborhood Care Groups
Don’t forget to make a call or a text or visit this week to someone in your CUC Neighborhood Care Group!
May Dinner on the Patio
Hope you will join CUCers at Peach and the Porkchop for dinner on the patio.
Date: Tuesday, May 10th 6:00pm, Rain date: Tuesday May 17th 6:00pm
Order from the menu, pay your own bill and enjoy time with CUC friends.
We will have a sign up on Sunday, just so we know how many to expect.
Charis Gallery Exhibit
Be sure to take time to look at the exhibit in the Charis Gallery (in the hall outside the Welcome Center in Building A), The Artists of RUMC. We have several artists of CUC represented : Patricia Mashburn, Larry Hunt and Jan Buckley. Also Gale and Roger Davis’ daughter Perri has several pieces on
T-Shirts for Honduras
If, during spring cleaning, you come across men’s or women’s T’s that you wish to donate to charity, please bring to class on Sunday. We are sending a large crate to Honduras where the need is so great. Thanks!
Questions? Call Claudia Phelps
RUMC Mission Booth
Annette Whaley ( “booth babe”) is in need of furniture and other treasures for our Mission Booth. She has guys who will pick up if you have a larger piece of furniture. All proceeds go to RUMC missions. If you’ve never visited the City Antique & Interior Arts (700 Holcomb Bridge Road behind the new Lidl grocery store) you need to GO. Don’t miss the RUMC booth! Call or email Annette today: 770-634-2289. email@example.com
RUMC Weekly Affordable Meals to Go continue every Tuesday and Thursday from 12 to 2PM at our drive-through outside of Fellowship Hall. All meals are still just $5.00.
ALSO AVAILABLE: Frozen Meals $5:Frozen Soups $4 (3 for $10)
Please join our RUMC family on Wednesday evenings for dinner and fellowship from 4:30 to 6:30 PM in Fellowship Hall! This Wednesday, May 4,
For those who are more comfortable eating at home takeout containers are available in Fellowship Hall. Also “To Go” Family Meals Serving 8 can be ordered ahead and are available for $30
Support for Our CUC Missions:
- Continue to save those flip tops for Ronald McDonald Houses.
- Continue to contribute support to Murphy Harpst using AmazonSmile.
- Also register at Publix.com with Murphy Harpst school as the one to receive a portion of your receipts at Publix and Kroger.
- May 10 – 6:00pm – Dinner on the Patio at Peach and Pork Chop
- October 18-20 – CUC Retreat