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CUC Newsletter – June 28, 2019

“Always be ready to make your defense to anyone who demands from you an accounting for the hope that is in you..”

1 Peter 3:15


Sunday, June 30, 2019

Christian, What do You Believe?

We will welcome Scott Dickson back this Sunday after his “thought provoking” lesson last week. The title of the lesson this week is “Christian, What do You Believe?”
(Listen to the Lesson) (Slides for the Lesson)

Scott’s lessons encourage us to think and be prepared to defend what we believe – as difficult as it might be at times. After last week, the one truth we can know for sure is: “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son, that whosoever believed in Him shall not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Rose & Jim Lappe and Sue & Hugh Gardner

CUC Attendance

June 23
members 93, Visitors 1, total = 94

CUC Collection

June 23
$88


Patriotic Picnic Potluck

There was a great turnout for the Patriotic Picnic Wednesday evening, Jeff Coelho counted 83 in attendance.

We also celebrated Charlotte and Malone’s 60 wedding Anniversary, Dee and Bill Scott’s Anniversary and Beverly Tatom’s Birthday.

From Claudia Phelps: If you were unable to contribute to the love offering Wednesday night, you may bring checks Sunday and give them to Charlie Mason.

From Beverly Tatom: A great big thank you to my wonderful CUC family for the “Totally” surprise birthday accolades. Plus Birthday cake, roses and even a crown! I am so blessed to have such loving Christian friends and I love each of you.

Thanks to Jeff for MC’ing and the great presentation.
And a special Thanks to the Fellowship committee for their planning, hard work, and great execution!

It was a GREAT party….GREAT food, GREAT entertainment..and GREAT folks

               Photos from the Patriotic Potluck Picnic

Potluck Picnic Photos
(click on link to see the album)


MUST Summer Lunches

The next date for CUC to pack lunch bags will be Tuesday, July 2 – 10:00 – 11:00 am

Members still wishing to make donations to the summer lunch program should make out their checks to CUC and include “MUST summer lunches” on the line for notes. These checks can be placed in the collection basket any Sunday.

Volunteer help is also needed for volunteers to pack and load lunches or to drive or ride on a delivery route, to get all those lunches delivered each day. Visit rumc.com/must to sign up.


Patriotic Concerts

The Thirty-Eighth Annual Roswell Patriotic Celebration Concerts are Friday, June 28, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, June 30, at 3 p.m. Complimentary tickets will be available in the Main Office, the Worship Arts office. Or, you may get your tickets from Sarah Beecham in the CUC class on Sunday morning (for the Sunday afternoon Concert).

If you would like to honor or memorialize a Veteran or active duty member of the military by purchasing a flower arrangement for the Patriotic Celebration Concerts, please contact Ann Moore at amoore@rumc.com or 770.261.1719.


Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Acting UP is Presenting Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat With a live orchestra, a cast of 45, and costumes from New York.

This classic Andrew Lloyd Webber musical is not to be missed! The production runs July 25-28. Tickets are available from the Worship Arts office or the Acting UP box office. $10 General Admission, $25 reserved seating. Information: 678.871.7766


Wednesday Night Out

There will be no dinner for July 3.
Dinners will resume on July 10.

Larry Douglas


Senior Day Trip: Tuesday, July 23, will be a Senior Day Trip to the Chick-fil-A headquarters for a tour of the facilities and lunch at The Dwarf House. Cost is $15 (does not include lunch); register by Sunday, July 14 at rumc.com/seniordaytrip. Questions: Dr. Jeff Ross, jross@rumc.com


Summer Bible studies will begin next month with the first studies beginning on July 11 (Braving the Wilderness, Brene Brown) and July 16 (Listening to Scripture: Strategies for Interpreting the Bible, The Kerygma Program). To register, go to: http://www.rumc.com/special-interest-short-term-classes/


Box Tops and Flip Tops, etc.

Keep on bringing in those accumulated Box Tops for Education for Red Bird Missions and 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.

Why Do We Want Boxtops for Red Bird Missions?

The United Methodist Conference has established this fully accredited Christian grade school through high school to educate poor children in Appalachia. It has a 97% graduation rate. United Methodist Churches all over the country collect and send Boxtops For Education so the schools can buy needed items. (As you save yours and bring them in, please check the expiration dates!)


Birthdays

  • Dick Anthony – July 1

Anniversaries

  • Nancy and Dave Wistrand – July 2, 1994 – 25 years
  • Ann and Larry Douglas – July 6, 1968 – 51 years!

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

  • Prayers for Diana Frei, who is in the last stages of lymphoma. She has stopped treatment except for meds to keep her comfortable. She is being cared for at home by her partner of 40 years, Gail Erman.
  • Prayers for Rev. Melissa Mobley and her family. Her father Jack Kime, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, June 25th. Funeral arrangements are as follows: Visitation will be Friday, June 28th from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at Thomas Funeral Home in Calhoun, GA. The funeral service will be Saturday, June 29th at 11:00 am at Calhoun First UMC (205 E Line St., Calhoun, GA).
  • Dick Anthony – Pray for good recovery after surgery on his leg as he continues treatment for Multiple Myeloma.
  • From Robin Hicks – Please pray for my daughter, Shannon Garrett. She will leave this Sunday, June 23, to have a stem cell transplant to halt the progression of Multiple Sclerosis. She will be at Clinica Ruiz for a month long treatment. This facility is run by Dr. Ruiz Arguelles , a top 50 Mayo Clinic Alumnus, and is one of two places in the world with proven results of stopping MS progression. Thank you in advance for your prayers.
  • Harvey West – for good recovery following his colon surgery

Continuing prayers:

  • Shirley May who is still recovering from the effects of Shingles.
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

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


  • June 28 -7:30 PM – Patriotic Concert
  • June 30 – 3PM – Patriotic Concert
  • July 2 – 10:00 – 11:00 am – Pack Must Ministries Lunch Bags
  • July 25-28 – Acting Up – “Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat”
  • Oct. 8-10 – CUC 2019 Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 7 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament
  • Dec. 3 – CUC Christmas Party at Metropolitan Club
  • Oct. 21-23, 2020 – CUC annual retreat at Winshape at Berry College!



CUC Newsletter – June 21, 2019

“Hear, O Israel! The Lord is our God., the Lord is one! You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might”. Deuteronomy 6:4-5


Today, June 21st, Is the 1st Day of Summer


Sunday, June 23, 2019

Embracing the Mystery

This Sunday we are delighted to welcome Scott Dickson back to present our lesson. The title of his lesson is: “Embracing the Mystery”.
(Listen to the Lesson) (Slides for the Lesson)

The Scripture is Deuteronomy 6:4-9. Scott has taught our class a number of times and we are always blessed through his gift of teaching.

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Pat & Grady Phillips and Ann & Larry Douglas

CUC Attendance

June 16
members 86, Visitors 3, total = 89

CUC Collection

June 16
$92
(plus a contribution to the MUST summer lunch program of $100).


CUC Newsletter for Sunday, June 30

Please send all items for the Friday, June 28, publication of the Sunday, June 30, CUC newsletter or any prayer requests for the week of June 21st through 28th to Doug Tatom.


Debbie Goodwin’s Blog

This past Sunday CUC was treated to an inspiring lesson by Debbie Goodwin. To receive more of her wise Christian teaching you can sign up for her weekly blog at www.debbiegoodwin.net .


CUC Foundation Distribution

As a member of the CUC Foundation Committee Lynn Adcock last week announced the following distribution of funds:

The CUC Class voted to approve the recommendations of the CUC Endowment Committee for distribution of $3,775.61:

  • Murphy-Harpst Children’s Home $500
  • RUMC landscaping after trailer removal $500
  • CUC Must Ministry summer lunch program $775.61
  • Replacement pickup truck for Homestretch $2,000

Thank you for your support of the CUC Endowment Fund.


Patriotic Picnic Potluck

CUC is having a Patriotic Picnic Potluck at the Dod next Wednesday, June 26, at 5:30 pm. Barbecue and tea provided. Entertainment is provided. No Charge – there will be a love offering for missions, which will be sent to Homestretch to help pay for a new truck, and to Murphy-Harpst.

70 people have signed up.

If anyone else wishes to sign up please contact either Lesleigh or Jeff Coelho or Claudia or John Phelps.

This is going to be a GOOD party….GOOD food, GOOD entertainment..and GOOD folks


MUST Summer Lunches

Thanks to the great organization by Sandy and Bill Griffin, and help by CUC volunteers, 1,000 lunch bags were packed last week in 45 minutes!

The next date for CUC to pack lunch bags will be announced shortly.
Members still wishing to make donations to the summer lunch program should make out their checks to CUC and include “MUST summer lunches” on the line for notes. These checks can be placed in the collection basket any Sunday.

With an additional $100 this past Sunday the total collected so far for the MUST Ministries summer lunch program is $2,230.59

Volunteer help is also needed for volunteers to pack and load lunches or to drive or ride on a delivery route, to get all those lunches delivered each day. Visit rumc.com/must to sign up.


Patriotic Concerts

The Thirty-Eighth Annual Roswell Patriotic Celebration Concerts are Friday, June 28, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, June 30, at 3 p.m. Complimentary tickets will be available in the Main Office, the Worship Arts office, online at itickets.com or you may get your tickets from Sarah Beecham at CUC class on Sunday morning.

If you would like to honor or memorialize a Veteran or active duty member of the military by purchasing a flower arrangement for the Patriotic Celebration Concerts, please contact Ann Moore at amoore@rumc.com or 770.261.1719.


Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Acting UP is Presenting Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat With a live orchestra, a cast of 45, and costumes from New York.

This classic Andrew Lloyd Webber musical is not to be missed! The production runs July 25-28. Tickets are available from the Worship Arts office or the Acting UP box office. $10 General Admission, $25 reserved seating. Information: 678.871.7766


We have been asked by Mary Stokes to please share this invitation with our Sunday school class members and friends in the community.

On Tuesday morning, June 25 at 10 a.m. in the dining room we will welcome Molly Boone who is a Certified Dementia Care Practitioner, an alumnus of the University of North Carolina and now serves as the Divisional Dementia Care Manager of the South Coast Division (FL, GA, & SC) for Brookdale.

Molly will join us on Tuesday morning to elaborate on each of the six domains of an optimum life – physical, emotional, purposeful, spiritual, social, and intellectual. The focus will be on what you can do right now to change certain behaviors and make lifestyle changes. The goal is that these changes will promote wellness into your own life and the lives of others. This session is part of our RUMC C3 ministry that is our Proactive Approach to Caring.

So that we have adequate materials, please let me know that you can join us, mstokes@rumc.com or 770-261-1741.


Box Tops and Flip Tops, etc.

Keep on bringing in those accumulated Box Tops for Education for Red Bird Missions and 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.

Why Do We Want Boxtops for Red Bird Missions?

The United Methodist Conference has established this fully accredited Christian grade school through high school to educate poor children in Appalachia. It has a 97% graduation rate. United Methodist Churches all over the country collect and send Boxtops For Education so the schools can buy needed items. (As you save yours and bring them in, please check the expiration dates!)


Birthdays

  • Beverly Tatom – Jun 26
  • Evelyn Hatfield – Jun 26

Anniversaries

  • Charlotte and Malone Dodson – June 28, 1959- 60 years!!!!!
  • Dee and Bill Scott – June 28, 1997 -22 years

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

  • Dick Anthony – Pray for good recovery after surgery on his leg as he continues treatment for Multiple Myeloma
  • From Robin Hicks – Please pray for my daughter, Shannon Garrett. She will leave this Sunday, June 23, to have a stem cell transplant to halt the progression of Multiple Sclerosis. She will be at Clinica Ruiz for a month long treatment. This facility is run by Dr. Ruiz Arguelles , a top 50 Mayo Clinic Alumnus, and is one of two places in the world with proven results of stopping MS progression. Thank you in advance for your prayers.
  • Sara Beecham on the loss of her brother
  • Bill Griffin on the loss of his mother
  • Harvey West – for good recovery following his colon surgery

Continuing prayers:

  • Shirley May who is still recovering from the effects of Shingles.
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

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


  • June 26 – 5:30 – CUC Picnic Potluck
  • June 28 -7:30 PM – Patriotic Concert
  • June 30 – 3PM – Patriotic Concert
  • July 25-28 – Acting Up – “Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat”
  • Oct. 8-10 – CUC 2019 Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 7 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament
  • Dec. 3 – CUC Christmas Party at Metropolitan Club
  • Oct. 21-23, 2020 – CUC annual retreat at Winshape at Berry College!



CUC Newsletter – June 14, 2019

But, he said to them, “It is I; don’t be afraid.” John 6:20

Sunday, June 16, 2019

Mountainview or Stormview?

Our lesson this week will be brought by Debbie Goodwin. We value Debbie’s and Mark’s teaching gifts and we really appreciate their willingness to utilize those gifts on short notice. Their lessons have provided practical insights and serious “food for thought”. Debbie’s lesson is entitled: “Mountainview or Stormview?” The scripture passage is John 6:16-21.

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Martha Jane & Charlie Mason and Lenna & John Sharp

CUC Attendance

June 9
4 guests + 92 members = 96 total

CUC Collection

June 9
$95.

New CUC Member

Please welcome Evelyn Hatfield as CUC’s newest member!


CUC Foundation Distribution

As a member of the CUC Foundation Committee Lynn Adcock announced the following distribution of funds:

  • The CUC Class voted to approve the recommendations of the CUC Endowment Committee for distribution of $3,775.61:
  • Murphy-Harpst Children’s Home $500
  • RUMC landscaping after trailer removal $500
  • CUC Must Ministry summer lunch program $775.61
  • Replacement pickup truck for Homestretch $2,000

Thank you for your support of the CUC Endowment Fund.


CUC Summer WNO

Next week’s June 19th WNO will be at 5:30 at Houck’s Grille, 10930 Crabapple Rd., Roswell. The clipboard will be passed on Sunday to sign up. If you want to come and don’t sign up, or if you sign up and cannot attend, please call Larry Douglas by noon Tuesday, so we can provide the restaurant with an accurate count.

Wednesday, June 5th, 28 CUC members, and on Wednesday, June 12th , 27 CUC members attended our CUC WNO dinners. Please join us!


Patriotic Picnic Potluck

CUC is having a Patriotic Picnic Potluck at the Dod on Wednesday, June 26, at 5:30 pm. Barbecue and tea provided. Entertainment too – by the “Treble Makers”! (No Charge – there will be a love offering for mission). 70 people have signed up. If anyone else wishes to sign up please contact either Lesleigh or Jeff Coelho or Claudia or John Phelps.

This is going to be a GOOD party….good food, good entertainment..good folks!


MUST Summer Lunches

Thanks to those CUC members who assisted with packing bags for MUST this past Wednesday morning.

Members still wishing to make donations to the summer lunch program should make out their checks to CUC and include “MUST summer lunches” on the line for notes.

These checks can be placed in the collection basket any Sunday. The total collected so far for the MUST Ministries summer lunch program is $2,130.59.

Volunteer help is also needed for volunteers to pack and load lunches or to drive or ride on a delivery route, to get all those lunches delivered each day. Visit rumc.com/must to sign up.


Patriotic Concerts

The Thirty-Eighth Annual Roswell Patriotic Celebration Concerts are Friday, June 28, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, June 30, at 3 p.m. Complimentary tickets will be available in the Main Office, the Worship Arts office, online at itickets.com or you may get your tickets from Sarah Beecham at CUC class on Sunday morning.

If you would like to honor or memorialize a Veteran or active duty member of the military by purchasing a flower arrangement for the Patriotic Celebration Concerts, please contact Ann Moore at amoore@rumc.com or 770.261.1719.


Vacation Bible School Help Requests/ Venezuela Crate

CUC member, Nancy Spence, who was RUMC’s Children’s Ministry director for more than 20 years, emphasized the importance of the time spent at Vacation Bible School in the Christian development of our children.

Starting on Monday, almost 400 children will be on campus for Vacation Bible School. Snacks for volunteers would be appreciated. They can be dropped off this Sunday June 16th in the Trinity Café.

The VBS children will learn about the children in Venezuela, and they will bring in donations to fill a crate of food and medicine to send! Then, on Friday, June 21st, the 4th and 5th graders will help pack the crate! Please help them bring in donations for the crate! You can bring the donations by Thursday, June 20th, leave them in the Welcome Center or Front Office! Or, you can bring them to CUC class this Sunday.

The items needed are very specific: acetaminophen (Tylenol), ibuprofen (Advil), infant Tylenol and Advil, children’s and adult’s multi-vi­tamins, powdered infant formula, canned chicken, dried rice, and dried beans.


Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Acting UP is Presenting Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat .

With a live orchestra, a cast of 45, and costumes from New York, this classic Andrew Lloyd Webber musical is not to be missed! The production runs July 25-28. Tickets are available from the Worship Arts office or the Acting UP box office. $10 General Admission, $25 reserved seating. Information: 678.871.7766


Box Tops and Flip Tops, etc.

Keep on bringing in those accumulated Box Tops for Education for Red Bird Missions and 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.

Why Do We Want Boxtops for Red Bird Missions?

The United Methodist Conference has established this fully accredited Christian grade school through high school to educate poor children in Appalachia. It has a 97% graduation rate. United Methodist Churches all over the country collect and send Boxtops For Education so the schools can buy needed items. (As you save yours and bring them in, please check the expiration dates!)


Birthdays

  • John Goss – June 16

Anniversaries

  • Beth and Bob Hamilton – June 17, 1961 – 58 years!
  • Katherine and Craig Simons – June 17, 1967 – 52 years!
  • Cecelia and Bob Moore – June 20, 1970 – 49 years
  • Patsy & Bill Lanham – June 20, 1964 – 55 years!
  • Janet and Allen Buckley – June 22, 1991 – 28 years

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

  • Dick Anthony – Pray for good recovery after surgery on his leg as he continues treatment for Multiple Myeloma

Continuing prayers:

  • Shirley May who is still recovering from the effects of Shingles.
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

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


  • June 26 – 5:30 – CUC Picnic Potluck
  • June 28 -7:30 PM – Patriotic Concert
  • June 30 – 3PM – Patriotic Concert
  • July 25-28 – Acting Up – “Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat”
  • Oct. 8-10 – CUC 2019 Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 7 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament
  • Dec. 3 – CUC Christmas Party at Metropolitan Club
  • Oct. 21-23, 2020 – CUC annual retreat at Winshape at Berry College


CUC Newsletter – June 7, 2019

“He comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort others. When they are troubled, we will be able to give them the same comfort God has given us.”

2 Corinthians 1:4 NLT


Sunday, June 9, 2019

Grief, the Unwelcome Visitor

We are happy to welcome Mark Goodwin back this Sunday as our speaker. Mark’s subject is “Grief, the Unwelcome Visitor”. Mark will explore healthy ways to respond to the loss of a relationship, a job, our health or a close friend. We all experience loss, but how should we respond?

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Donna & Johnny Johnson and Gayle & George Crolius

CUC Attendance

June 2
88 members + 3 guests = 91

CUC Collection

June 2
$84

The total collected so far for the MUST Ministries summer lunch program is now $2,130.59


CUC Summer WNO

We have reservations on next Wednesday, June 12 at 5:30pm at Longhorn Steakhouse, 900 Mansell Rd., Roswell. The clipboard will be passed on Sunday to sign up.

If you want to come and don’t sign up, or if you sign up and cannot attend, please call Ann or Larry Douglas by noon Tuesday, so we can provide the restaurant with an accurate count.


Patriotic Picnic Potluck

CUC is having a Patriotic Picnic Potluck at the DOD on Wednesday, June 26, at 5:30 pm. Barbecue and tea provided. Entertainment too ! By the “Treble Makers”! (No Charge – there will be a love offering for mission).

We had a large response that signed up this past Sunday. We will pass a signup sheet again this coming Sunday. Those that still need to sign up please bring hors d’oeuvre. We so far have signed up lots of salads, sides, and desserts. Questions? Ask Claudia Phelps.


MUST Summer Lunches

Donations are still being accepted for the summer lunch program. Checks may be placed in the CUC offering basket or given to Charlie Mason.

Members wishing to make donations to the summer lunch program should make out their checks to CUC and include “MUST summer lunches” on the line for notes. These checks can be placed in the collection basket any Sunday. Donations are especially needed as now by law the food must come from a health certified facility and we will not be making them.

We will still be purchasing drinks, chips, cookies, and apples.

On this coming Wednesday, June 12th , CUC will be working in the Dod filling 1,000 bags with those potato chips, juice, cookies and maybe apples.

Volunteer help is also needed other times for volunteers to pack and load lunches or to drive or ride on a delivery route, to get all those lunches delivered each day. Visit rumc.com/must to sign up.


Patriotic Concerts

The Thirty-Eighth Annual Roswell Patriotic Celebration Concerts are Friday, June 28, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, June 30, at 3 p.m. Complimentary tickets will be available in the Main Office, the Worship Arts office, online at itickets.com or you may get your tickets from Sarah Beecham at CUC class on Sunday morning.

If you would like to honor or memorialize a Veteran or active duty member of the military by purchasing a flower arrangement for the Patriotic Celebration Concerts, please contact Ann Moore at amoore@rumc.com or 770.261.1719.


Vacation Bible School Help Requests

CUC member, Nancy Spence, who was RUMC’s Children’s Ministry director for more than 20 years, emphasized the importance of the time spent at Vacation Bible School in the Christian development of our children. RUMC expects more than 380 children will be attending Vacation Bible School this summer. Help is needed. Snacks for volunteers would be appreciated. They can be dropped off on next Sunday June 16th in the Trinity Café.

The VBS mission emphasis will be “Venezuela Now!” You can help fill another crate for Venezuela by bringing in some of the items listed. The items needed are very specific: acetaminophen (Tylenol), ibuprofen (Advil), infant Tylenol and Advil, children’s and adult’s multi-vi­tamins, powdered infant formula, canned chicken, dried rice, and dried beans.


Job Networking

At Job Networking, Monday, June 10, dinner is at 5:30 p.m. The dinner speaker will be Debbie Goodwin. CUC has many volunteers at each Job Networking program. Perhaps you would like to join them.


Seniors Enriched Living

Seniors Enriched Living (SEL) will meet for a 6-week session on Thursdays, June 13-July 25 (no class July 4) in the Dodson Youth Center. Continuing education classes are offered in art, economics, health, history, and more. Come learn and connect with this active group! Register at selroswellga.org or call 770.587.3750.


Box Tops and Flip Tops, etc.

Keep on bringing in those accumulated Box Tops for Education for Red Bird Missions and 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.


Birthdays

  • Terry Taylor – June 9
  • Jan Ligon – June 11

Anniversaries

  • Kris and Dave Taylor – June 9, 1968 – 51 years !
  • Martha and Tom Knight – June 10, 1961 – 58 years!
  • Caryn and Scott Woodison – June 14, 1969 – 50 years!

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

  • Dick Anthony – Good recovery after surgery on his leg as he also continues treatment for Multiple Myeloma
  • Laverne Lamb – for continued improved health as she helps care for Dick.
  • Rose Lappe – for good recovery following surgery
  • We were saddened this week to learn of the passing of Dolores Miller, dear wife of Dr. Mike Miller who was a former RUMC pastor and a frequent and beloved CUC speaker who always challenged us to think on a higher plane.

Continuing prayers:

  • Shirley May who is still recovering from the effects of Shingles.

(Reminder: Get your Shingles shots!!)

  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

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


  • June 26 – CUC Picnic Potluck
  • June 28 – 7:30 PM – Patriotic Concert
  • June 30 – 3 PM – Patriotic Concert
  • July 25-28 – Acting Up – “Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat”
  • Oct. 8-10 – CUC 2019 Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 7 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament
  • Dec. 3 – CUC Christmas Party at Metropolitan Club
  • Oct. 21-23, 2020 – CUC annual retreat at Winshape at Berry College




CUC Newsletter – May 24, 2019

Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.

Philippians 4:6


Sunday, May 26, 2019

When Jesus Prayed For Us

This Sunday Mark Goodman is our CUC speaker. He will be using the scripture of John 17, when Jesus prayed for us. We always are inspired by Mark’s message.

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Nancy & Johnie Wright and Debbie & Mark Goodwin

CUC Attendance

May 19
92 members + 1 visitor = 93

CUC Collection

May 19
$72

The new total for checks and cash given for the MUST Ministries summer lunch program amounts to $1955.59.

Members wishing to make donations to the summer lunch program should make out their checks to CUC and include “MUST summer lunches” on the line for notes. These checks can be placed in the collection basket any Sunday for the next two months.


CUC Summer WNO

There were 24 CUC’ers attending this past week’s CUC Wednesday Night Out dinner.

Next week’s planned dinner destination is the Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub [MENU], 12650 Crabapple Rd, Alpharetta. Sign up in class on Sunday or let Johnny Johnson know if you plan to attend.


Must Summer Lunch Program

MUST Summer Lunch kicks off Tuesday, May 28!

Donations are still being accepted for the summer lunch program. Checks may be placed in the CUC offering basket or given to Charlie Mason.

Members wishing to make donations to the summer lunch program should make out their checks to CUC and include “MUST summer lunches” on the line for notes. These checks can be placed in the collection basket any Sunday for the next two months.

Donations are especially needed as now by law the food must come from a health certified facility and we will not be making them. We will still be purchasing drinks, chips, cookies, and apples.


Thirty-Eighth Annual Roswell Patriotic Celebration

Thirty-Eighth Annual Roswell Patriotic Celebration Concerts are Friday, June 28, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, June 30, at 3 p.m.

Complimentary tickets will be available beginning May 20 in the Main Office, the Worship Arts office, online at itickets.com, or by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope to RUMC Patriotic Tickets, 814 Mimosa Blvd., Roswell, GA, 30075. For more Information, contact 770.594.0512.

If you would like to honor or memorialize a Veteran or active duty member of the military by purchasing a flower arrangement for the Patriotic Celebration Concerts, please contact Ann Moore at amoore@rumc.com or 770.261.1719.


At Job Networking, Monday, June 10, dinner is at 5:30 p.m. The dinner speaker will be Debbie Goodwin. CUC has many volunteers at each Job Networking program. Perhaps you would like to join them.


Seniors Enriched Living

Seniors Enriched Living (SEL) will meet for a 6-week session on Thursdays, June 13-July 25 (no class July 4) in the Dodson Youth Center.

Continuing education classes are offered in art, economics, health, history, and more. Come learn and connect with this active group! Register at selroswellga.org or call 770.587.3750.


Card Writing Ministry

Team members send handwritten notes of care to those who are going through illness, loss of a loved one, or celebrating the birth of a child.

RUMC provides the necessary materials for this ministry. To volunteer, contact Mary Stokes, mstokes@rumc.com or 770.261.1741.


Box Tops and Flip Tops

Keep on bringing in those accumulated box tops and flip tops for Red Bird Missions and Ronald McDonald Houses!

Other Opportunities to Support Our Missions

From Betty Hunt:

CUC Class members have two easy ways to support Murphy-Harpst Children’s Center in Cedartown, GA. A shopper simply sets up an account with any Publix Supermarket. Then, the next time you shop there, type in your phone number while the cashier is ringing up your order. The school on that campus will automatically be credited with a percentage of your purchase.

Amazon Smile is a second way for customers to support their favorite charitable organization every time they shop with Amazon. If you choose Murphy-Harpst Children’s Center, Amazon will donate a portion of the price of eligible purchases to that Methodist facility.

Be sure to sign up with Publix and with Amazonsmile.com to support Murphy Harpst Children’s Home.

Every Sunday PRINTED INSTRUCTIONS for participation in these two opportunities are available in our classroom.


Birthdays

  • — None —

Anniversaries

  • Linda and Jim Boswell – May 27, 1961 – 58 years!

  • Dick Anthony – who is scheduled for two treatments per week for multiple myeloma if blood tests are favorable. He also needs surgery on his right leg.
  • Laverne Lamb – for continued improved health as she helps care for Dick.
  • Johnny Johnson’s Son (38) who has suffered a stroke
  • Malone Dodson’s family on the death of his brother-in-law
  • Bill Griffin’s brother who has been diagnosed with kidney cancer
  • Harvey West who is now home following surgery (Harvey’s address is 635 Brickleberry Court, Roswell, 30075)

Thanksgiving

  • It was good to see Barbara and Bob Davis back to CUC Class last Sunday!

Continuing prayers

  • Shirley May who is still recovering from the effects of Shingles
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

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


  • June 26 – CUC Picnic Potluck
  • June 2838th Annual Patriotic Concert
  • June 3038th Annual Patriotic Concert
  • Oct. 8 -10 – CUC 2019 Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 7 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament
  • Oct. 21-23, 2020 – CUC annual retreat at Winshape at Berry College




CUC Newsletter – May 17, 2019

…For the Spirit, God gave us, does not make us timid, but gives us power, love and self-discipline…

2 Timothy 1:7, (NIV)


Sunday – May 19, 2019

We are happy to welcome Jeff Coelho as our teacher this week. His topic is “Graduation 1959 and 60 years later”. He will cover these verses: Philippians 3:13-14 and Hebrews 12:1-3

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Mary Kay Mills, Bonnie White and MariAnna & Fred Brown

CUC Attendance

May 12
64 + 1 Visitor = 65

CUC Collection

May 12
$76

In addition, checks totaling $690 were received for Must Ministries summer lunch program.
A contribution of $250 from the CUC Class was given to RUMC for Wesley Woods.

Members wishing to make donations to the summer lunch program should make out their checks to CUC and include “MUST summer lunches” on the line for notes. These checks can be placed in the collection basket any Sunday for the next two months.


Noah’s Ark

The Annual Noah’s Ark Field Day will be held on Saturday, May 18. This is a great event in the life of our church and we are hopeful that you will find some capacity in which you feel called to serve.

This makes such a difference for so many. The event will be held at Grimes Bridge park in Roswell.

Good Afternoon

I am coming to you today with a request for your help.

This Saturday is the Annual RUMC Field Day event for our own Noah’s Ark Sunday School class. This is such a large event with a long legacy and it serves our community in such a rich way. We are still in need of volunteers to help make this rewarding day happen.

Field Day will be held this Saturday, May 18 at Grimes Bridge Park from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm. This is a wonderful event for the entire family to serve. If you are interested in serving with us, please go to the link below and pick your spot to volunteer.

Signup to Volunteer:
https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0f4aadab2aa31-2019

Esther C. Collins
Ministry Coordinator Adult Discipleship/Chapel Roswell
Roswell United Methodist Church
ecollins@rumc.com


Wednesday Night Out

CUC WNO will be at Crabapple Tavern [Menu], 12350 Arnold Mill Rd., Alpharetta, Ga 30004 on April 22nd at 5:30 pm.

Any questions, please contact Johnny Johnson


Greeters Needed

The Hospitality Committee has requested that a greeter be placed at the North door in the B building next to our CUC class before the 11:00 am service starting in May and continuing during the odd months.

With our class ending at 10:30 am, a greeter from our class would be the ideal candidate. Please advise Larry Douglas if you can help.


Must Summer Lunch Program

MUST Summer Lunch kicks off Tuesday, May 28!

RUMC serves as the North Fulton hub of the MUST Summer Lunch Program, delivering 1,000 lunches each day of the summer, May 28-July 26. Last year, volunteers donated, packed, and delivered over 50,000 sack lunches to children in our community who receive free and reduced lunch during the school year.

To sign up to pack and load lunches or drive and ride on a delivery route, visit rumc.com/MUST. Questions: Scotty Brewington, scotty@marketjet.com

FYI: We  now have $1500 put  aside  for  this  purpose and it will cost about $3900 for the June, July, August lunches this summer (2400 lunches). Contributions will be needed.


Disaster Relief

Interested in serving outside? Helping others? Being in Florida?

Join Dr. Jeff Ross from May 30-June 2 for the next Disaster Relief team headed to Marianna, Florida. All skill levels are welcome!

Information: rumc.com/disaster-relief-trips or Rev. Marion Brown, mbrown@rumc.com


Job Networking will meet Monday, June 10, in the Chapel building, with afternoon workshops starting at 12:30 p.m. Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. with dinner speaker Debbie Goodwin.

Evening workshops are from 7-8 p.m. with keynote speaker at 8 p.m. Information/agenda: rumc.com/jobnetworking


Seniors Enriched Living

Seniors Enriched Living (SEL) will meet for a 6-week session on Thursdays, June 13-July 25 (no class July 4) in the Dodson Youth Center.

Continuing education classes are offered in art, economics, health, history, and more. Come learn and connect with this active group! Register at selroswellga.org or call 770.587.3750.


Thirty-Eighth Annual Roswell Patriotic Celebration

Thirty-Eighth Annual Roswell Patriotic Celebration Concerts are Friday, June 28, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, June 30, at 3 p.m.

Complimentary tickets will be available beginning May 20 in the Main Office, the Worship Arts office, online at itickets.com, or by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope to RUMC Patriotic Tickets, 814 Mimosa Blvd., Roswell, GA, 30075. For more Information, contact 770.594.0512.

If you would like to honor or memorialize a Veteran or active duty member of the military by purchasing a flower arrangement for the Patriotic Celebration Concerts, please contact Ann Moore at amoore@rumc.com or 770.261.1719.


Card Writing Ministry

Team members send handwritten notes of care to those who are going through illness, loss of a loved one, or celebrating the birth of a child.

RUMC provides the necessary materials for this ministry. To volunteer, contact Mary Stokes, mstokes@rumc.com or 770.261.1741.


Box Tops and Flip Tops

Keep on bringing in those accumulated box tops and flip tops for Red Bird Missions and Ronald McDonald Houses!

Other Opportunities to Support Our Missions

From Betty Hunt:

CUC Class members have two easy ways to support Murphy-Harpst Children’s Center in Cedartown, GA. A shopper simply sets up an account with any Publix Supermarket. Then, the next time you shop there, type in your phone number while the cashier is ringing up your order. The school on that campus will automatically be credited with a percentage of your purchase.

Amazon Smile is a second way for customers to support their favorite charitable organization every time they shop with Amazon. If you choose Murphy-Harpst Children’s Center, Amazon will donate a portion of the price of eligible purchases to that Methodist facility.

Be sure to sign up with Publix and with Amazonsmile.com to support Murphy Harpst Children’s Home.

Every Sunday PRINTED INSTRUCTIONS for participation in these two opportunities are available in our classroom.


Birthdays

  • Martha Jane Mason – Sunday, May 19
  • Barbara Davis – Monday, May 20
  • Bob Schnakenberg – Tuesday, May 21
  • Myra Belote – Tuesday, May 21

Anniversaries

  • No Anniversaries this week

  • Prayers are requested for George Crolius’ cousin Michelle Hamilton, and family, following Michelle’s passing on Mother’s Day in Florida. Michelle had been diagnosed with terminal liver cancer in February. Michelle had been her Mother Silvas primary caregiver for the past several years.

Continuing Prayers

  • Marianna Brown asks for prayers for her niece – Diana, her Husband Chris and baby Jack. The Doctor had to take Jack at 25 weeks because Diana had preeclampsia. Jack weighs 1lb 3oz and is on a ventilator. Please pray for healing for Diana and strength, the Doctors have given Jack a 60% chance of survival.
    Update: Diana was able to go home. baby Jack is still on a ventilator. He will not be able to go home until August. Please continue your prayers for baby Jack and his family.
  • Dick Anthony has been diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma. Dick’s schedule includes two treatments per week if blood tests are favorable. Please keep Dick in your prayers as he begins this series of treatments and consultations with his doctors.
    Update: Beverly talked to LaVerne Lamb PLease pray for Dick’s liver functions to improve so he may have chemo, and surgery on his right leg. Dick wants to thank CUC for the cards, calls, and especially all the prayers.
  • Rose Lappe – pray for a fast recovery from her surgery.
    Update: Ann McNew received a message from Jim Lappe: Rose is recovering well. There are ups and downs with her pain, but we are pleased with her progress. She appreciates all the cards, visits, flowers, food and thanks you for the many prayers,
  • Janice Scalzo – pray for good recovery and relief of pain following her recent major knee surgery. She continues to improve.
  • Shirley May – is improving from the shingles, but is still having some pain. She said she loves her CUC family and will be back as soon as she can walk without a walker. 
  • Barbara Davis who is recovering from the effects of Shingles and her recent fall.
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple Myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

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


  • May 18Annual Noah’s Ark Field Day
  • May 22WNO – Wednesday Night Out – Crabapple Tavern
  • June 26 – CUC Picnic Potluck
  • June 2838th Annual Patriotic Concert
  • June 3038th Annual Patriotic Concert
  • Oct. 8 -10 – CUC 2019 Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 7 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament
  • Oct. 21-23, 2020 – CUC annual retreat at Winshape at Berry College




CUC Newsletter – May 10, 2019

“It’s only the fruit from the tree at the center of the garden that we are not allowed to eat. God says we must not eat it or even touch it, or we will die”. “You won’t die!” the serpent hissed. “God knows that your eyes will be opened when you eat it. You will become just like God, knowing everything, both good and evil.”

The woman was convinced. The fruit looked so fresh and delicious, and it would make her so wise! So she ate some of the fruit. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her. Then he ate it, too. At that moment, their eyes were opened, and they suddenly felt shame at their nakedness. So they strung fig leaves together around their hips to cover themselves.

Genesis 3:4-7


Sunday – May 12, 2019

Mother’s Day

We are happy to welcome Dr. Paul Beecham back as our teacher this Sunday. The title of the lesson is: “Sin and Addiction”. This lesson should provide some interesting insight into some of the addictions we are faced with today.

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Diane Stephens, Virginia Hardy and Betty and Larry Hunt

CUC Attendance

May 5
71 + 1 Teacher = 72

CUC Collection

May 5
$71

In addition, $480 was collected for the MUST Ministries summer lunch program.

Members wishing to make donations to the summer lunch program should make out their checks to CUC and include “MUST summer lunches” on the line for notes. These checks can be placed in the collection basket any Sunday for the next two months.


Gale Rodgers would like to Thank all 72 of the CUC Volunteers that worked so hard at the 2019 Garage Sale extravaganza . Yay!
The Garage Sale took in about $36,000 this year.

Other Ministries also benefited from receiving items that were not sold at the Garage Sale. The Organizations – No Longer Bound, Foster Care, and Cheaper by the Dozen received clothing and other items. And Job Networking – Job Seekers also volunteered to help with the Garage Sale. Great Job Everyone!


Wednesday Night Out

CUC WNO dinner for May 15 at 5:30pm will be at Chicago’s restaurant [MENU]
4401 Shallowford Rd., Roswell.
We had 21 participate in the dinner at Provinos.
Any questions, please contact Larry Douglas.


Noah’s Ark

The Annual Noah’s Ark Field Day will be held on Saturday, May 18. This is a great event in the life of our church and we are hopeful that you will find some capacity in which you feel called to serve.

This makes such a difference for so many. The event will be held at Grimes Bridge park in Roswell. To register, go to: http://www.rumc.com/special-needs/


Greeters Needed

The Hospitality Committee has requested that a greeter be placed at the North door in the B building next to our CUC class before the 11:00 am service starting in May and continuing during the odd months.

With our class ending at 10:30 am, a greeter from our class would be the ideal candidate. Please advise Larry Douglas if you can help.


Must Summer Lunch Program

Sandy Griffin reminded us about the MUST Summer Lunch program coming up. CUC has provided 5400 lunches in the past couple of years.

We  now have $1500 put  aside  for  this  purpose and it will cost about $3900 for the June, July, August lunches this summer (2400 lunches). Contributions will be needed.


Box Tops and Flip Tops

Keep on bringing in those accumulated box tops and flip tops for Red Bird Missions and Ronald McDonald Houses!

Other Opportunities to Support Our Missions

Be sure to sign up with Publix and with Amazonsmile.com to support Murphy Harpst Children’s Home. How-to information is available in class.


CUC Weekly Newsletter

The usual editor of the CUC newsletter and sender of special announcements during the week will not be available during the next couple of weeks due to travel plans. Thankfully CUC has a very good back-up plan in Doug Tatom who has agreed to keep CUC email communications going along with his usual excellent CUC website. From today until Sunday, May 19th please send anything you wish to communicate to CUC members to Doug Tatom. Do not send to the address from which you receive this week’s email!


Birthdays

  • Scott Woodison – Wednesday, May 15

Anniversaries

  • No Anniversaries this week

  • Marianna Brown asks for prayers for her niece – Diana, her Husband Chris and baby Jack. The Doctor had to take Jack at 25 weeks because Diana had preeclampsia. Jack weighs 1lb 3oz and is on a ventilator. Please pray for healing for Diana and strength, the Doctors have given Jack a 60% chance of survival.
    Update: Diana was able to go home this last week. baby Jack is still on a ventilator. He will not be able to go home until August. Please continue your prayers for baby Jack and his family.
  • George Crolius – asks for prayers for the daughter of his 1st Cousin Silvia. Her daughter Michelle has been diagnosed with terminal Liver cancer and been given approximately 4 more months. Michelle has been Silvia’s primary caregiver for the past several years.

Continuing Prayers

  • Dick Anthony has been diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma. Dick’s schedule includes two treatments per week if blood tests are favorable. Please keep Dick in your prayers as he begins this series of treatments and consultations with his doctors.
    Update: Roger Davis talked to Dick last Friday, his blood platelets are still not at the level needed to be able to start chemotherapy. He will have his platelets checked again this week (last Monday – May 6th) to see if he can begin chemo.
  • Laverne Lamb could use some prayers as she has been suffering from a variety of medical problems recently.
  • Rose Lappe – pray for a fast recovery from her surgery.
    Update: Ann McNew received a message from Jim Lappe: Rose is recovering well. There are ups and downs with her pain, but we are pleased with her progress. She appreciates all the cards, visits, flowers, food and thanks you for the many prayers,
  • Janice Scalzo – pray for good recovery and relief of pain following her recent major knee surgery. She continues to improve.
  • Shirley May and Barbara Davis who are still recovering from the effects of Shingles
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple Myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

Thanksgiving!

From a Facebook post from Linda Temples on May 1, 2019:

Linda is back on the kidney transplant list after being taken off due to collapse in January and has a donor. But, her numbers are so stable that they are postponing surgery until more need arises. She says, “Thank you to all my wonderful prayer warriors. God is so good! Praise his Holy name!”

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


  • May 18Annual Noah’s Ark Field Day
  • June 26 – CUC Picnic Potluck
  • Oct. 8 -10 – CUC 2019 Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 7 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament
  • Oct. 21-23, 2020 – CUC annual retreat at Winshape at Berry College





CUC Newsletter – May 3, 2019

“Jesus repeated the question:  Simon, son of John, do you love me?”  “Yes, Lord,” Peter said, “you know I love you.” “Then take care of my sheep,” Jesus said.” 

John 21:16


Sunday – May 5, 2019

We are happy to welcome Bob Fletcher back as our teacher this Sunday. He has an intriguing lesson title of “Mission of the Church” with a subtitle of “Fishermen and Shepherds” The lesson will come from the scripture passage: John 21:1-17.

Listen:

April 28, 2019 – Bob Fletcher – “Suddenly their eyes were opened” Luke 24:13-35

May 5, 2019 – Bob Fletcher – “Mission of the Church” John 21:1-17

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Charlotte Buroughs and Bob Morisey and Babs & Shaw Skillings

CUC Attendance

April 28
84 + 1 Visitor + 1 Teacher = 86

CUC Collection

April 21
$73

Charlie Mason also received checks amounting to $150 for the MUST Ministries summer lunch program.
Members wishing to make donations to the summer lunch program should make out their checks to CUC and include “MUST summer lunches” on the line for notes. These checks can be placed in the collection basket any Sunday for the next two months.


Parking Sunday – May 5, 2019

The 5th Annual RUMC BBQ is this Sunday:

The Parking lot behind the Fellowship hall (with the handicap parking) will be blocked off for the BBQ.

If you need a ride on campus, look for the Hospitality carts, they will be available to get people to the Sanctuary, “B” building and the parking lots.


RUMC 5th Annual BBQ

The 5th Annual Church Barbeque will be held Sunday, May 5th, on the Commons from noon – 1:30pm.

Please sign-up if you plan to attend at www.rumc.com/bbq. There will be BBQ from Williamson brothers, a jumping room for the kids and an ice cream truck.


The Garage Sale Extravaganza is Here!

Shop

  • Friday, May 3, shop 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Saturday, May 4, shop 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

Through the generosity of those who DONATE and those who BUY, job seekers enjoy a hot meal every time they attend Job Networking.

We can use your help any day, anytime. Check rumc.com/garagesale or see Gale Davis, Mary Serafina, or Dee Scott.

Gale  Davis  reminded  us  about  the past  Monday  night’s attendance as  an  example of how active the Job Networking program is:

  • 240  people  total  attendance
  • 194 for  dinner
  • 77 first time attendees
  • 19 people getting  interview  appropriate clothing from  “Attire for  Hire”
  • 85 volunteers – many from CUC
  • You will see many other CUC members there.

Wednesday Night out

Wednesday night class dinners will commence May 8 with the first outing at 5:30pm at:

Provino’s Italian Restaurant [Menu] 1255 Grimes Bridge Rd., Roswell.

Sign-up sheet will be passed on Sunday. For questions, contact Larry Douglas


Noah’s Ark

The Annual Noah’s Ark Field Day will be held on Saturday, May 18. This is a great event in the life of our church and we are hopeful that you will find some capacity in which you feel called to serve.

This makes such a difference for so many. The event will be held at Grimes Bridge park in Roswell. To register, go to: http://www.rumc.com/special-needs/


Greeters Needed

The Hospitality Committee has requested that a greeter be placed at the North door in the B building next to our CUC class before the 11:00 am service starting in May and continuing during the odd months.

With our class ending at 10:30 am, a greeter from our class would be the ideal candidate. Please advise Larry Douglas if you can help.


Must Summer Lunch Program

Sandy Griffin reminded us about the MUST Summer Lunch program coming up. CUC has provided 5400 lunches in the past couple of years.

We  have $800 put  aside  for  this  purpose and it costs about $1300 each  summer. Contributions will be needed.


Thank You!

Thanks to the Lanhams for planning the great Chick-Fil-a trip and to Roger Davis for driving the bus.

Thank you CUC! for your generous contributions and help to support the HomeStretch Road Race Congregation Challenge. CUC donated $1645 with other donations of $225 making a total of $1870 from RUMC. Hope we win the Challenge!


Box Tops and Flip Tops

Keep on bringing in those accumulated box tops and flip tops for Red Bird Missions and Ronald McDonald Houses!

Other Opportunities to Support Our Missions

Be sure to sign up with Publix and with Amazonsmile.com to support Murphy Harpst Children’s Home. How-to information is available in class.


CUC Weekly Newsletter

The usual editor of the CUC newsletter and sender of special announcements during the week will not be available during the next couple of weeks due to travel plans. Thankfully CUC has a very good back-up plan in Doug Tatom who has agreed to keep CUC email communications going along with his usual excellent CUC website. From today until Sunday, May 19th please send anything you wish to communicate to CUC members to Doug Tatom. Do not send to the address from which you receive this week’s email!


Birthdays

  • Bob Hamilton – Tuesday, May 7
  • Elaine Estill – Wednesday, May 8
  • Pat Phillips – Thursday, May 9

Anniversaries

  • Lesleigh & Jeff Coelho – Thursday, May 9
  • Gayle & George Crolius – Thursday, May 9

  • Marianna Brown asks for prayers for her niece – Diana, her Husband Chris and baby Jack. The Doctor had to take Jack at 25 weeks because Diana had preeclampsia. Jack weighs 1lb 3oz and is on a ventilator. Please pray for healing for Diana and strength, the Doctors have given Jack a 60% chance of survival.
  • George Crolius – asks for prayers for the daughter of his 1st Cousin Silva. Her daughter Michelle has been diagnosed with terminal Liver cancer and been given approximately 4 more months. Michelle has been Silva’s primary care giver for the past several years.

Continuing Prayers

  • Dick Anthony has been diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma. Dick’s schedule includes two treatments per week if blood tests are favorable. Please keep Dick in your prayers as he begins this series of treatments and consultations with his doctors.
  • Laverne Lamb could use some prayers as she has been suffering from a variety of medical problems recently.
  • Rose Lappe – pray for a fast recovery from her surgery.
  • Janice Scalzo – pray for good recovery and relief of pain following her recent major knee surgery
  • Shirley May and Barbara Davis who are still recovering from the effects of Shingles
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple Myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

Thanksgiving!

From a Facebook post from Linda Temples on May 1, 2019:

Linda is back on the kidney transplant list after being taken off due to collapse in January and has a donor. But, her numbers are so stable that they are postponing surgery until more need arises. She says, “Thank you to all my wonderful prayer warriors. God is so good! Praise his Holy name!”

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


  • May 2 – 4 – RUMC’s Annual Garage Sale Extravaganza
  • May 5 – RUMC Annual BBQ
  • May 8 Wednesday Night Class dinner at 5:30pm at: Provino’s Italian Restaurant
  • May 9RUMC Men’s Breakfast at 6:45 am
  • May 18Annual Noah’s Ark Field Day
  • June 26 – CUC Picnic Potluck
  • Oct. 8 -10 – CUC 2019 Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 7 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament
  • Oct. 21-23, 2020 – CUC annual retreat at Winshape at Berry College





CUC Newsletter – April 26, 2019

“Suddenly, their eyes were opened, and they recognized him”

Luke 24:31.


Sunday, April 28, 2019

Suddenly Their Eyes Were Opened

We are happy to welcome back Bob Fletcher as our teacher this Sunday and next Sunday. Bob’s topic is “Suddenly their eyes were opened.” For the rest of the story read the account told in Luke 24:13-35. Bob’s lesson is very appropriate for this the first Sunday after Easter.

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Pat Stamps, Garlinn & Mike Story, and Mary Serafina.

CUC Attendance

April 21
No Sunday school -Easter Sunday

CUC Collection

April 21
0


Job Networking Garage Sale

Garage Sale Extravaganza will be happening next week! Early Bird Sale is Thursday, May 2 – 8 a.m.- 6 p.m. with $10 donation.

Friday, May 3, shop 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Saturday, May 4, shop 8 a.m.-2 p.m.

Through the generosity of those who DONATE and those who BUY, job seekers enjoy a hot meal every time they attend Job Networking.

Donated items can be dropped off at the trailer near the Fellowship Hall (building “E”) before and after worship services on Sunday. Pick-up is offered for large items April 28 – May 1; contact: Ann Gordon at 770.490.7900. This is now officially a “Garage Sale,Bake Sale and Plant Sale”! If anyone has plants they would like to donate they would love to have them. For information or to volunteer: rumc.com/garagesale


More About the Garage Sale

Volunteers are needed to help with the sale and to donate “treasures”. Please bring ladies clothes (on hangers) and other household items to the Fellowship Hall beginning this Sunday, April 28.

We can also use your help this Monday through Saturday, April 29 – May 4, sorting, setting up, selling, and as cashiers. Fun and easy! 😊 You will see many other CUC members there. We can use you any day, anytime. Check rumc.com/garagesale or see Gale Davis, Mary Serafina, or Dee Scott.


Garage Sale Help Needed

If anyone is interested in helping in the Book Room for the Garage Sale let Dave Roberts know. Several of the usual workers will be out of town.

Mary Serafina is coordinating the bake sale (which was highly profitable last year) at the Garage Sale. Please sign up to contribute your own favorite baked goods. Plan to bring in your baked goods on this Wednesday , May 1 between 2 and 4 PM.


RUMC Annual BBQ

The 5th Annual Church Barbeque will be held Sunday, May 5th, on the Commons from noon – 1:30pm. Please sign-up if you plan to attend at www.rumc.com/bbq. There will be BBQ from Williamson brothers, a jumping room for the kids and an ice cream truck.


CUC Weekly Newsletter

The usual editor of the CUC newsletter and sender of special announcements during the week will not be available during the next couple of weeks due to travel plans. Thankfully CUC has a very good back-up plan in Doug Tatom who has agreed to keep CUC email communications going along with his usual excellent CUC website. From today until Sunday, May 19th please send anything you wish to communicate to CUC members to Doug Tatom. Do not send to the address from which you receive this week’s email!


Box Tops and Flip Tops

Keep on bringing in those accumulated box tops and flip tops for Red Bird Missions and Ronald McDonald Houses!


Other Opportunities to Support Our Missions

Be sure to sign up with Publix and with Amazonsmile.com to support Murphy Harpst Children’s Home. How-to information is available in class.


Birthdays

  • Robin Hicks – Apr 29
  • George Crolius – Apr 30

Anniversaries

  • Mary Lee & Dick Copeland – May 3, 1969 – 50 years!

Best Wishes

Congratulations to Peggy Rodway and Maurice (Mac) McNay who were married recently.


  • Dick Anthony has been diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma. Dick’s schedule includes two treatments per week if blood tests are favorable. Please keep Dick in your prayers as he begins this series of treatments and consultations with his doctors. Dick has been a faithful member of RUMC’s Job Networking Ministry and an active participant in the annual Garage Sale. He will be missed in those two ministries as he goes through his treatments.
  • Laverne Lamb could use some prayers as she has been suffering from a variety of medical problems recently.
  • Rose Lappe – pray for a fast recovery following her surgery which is scheduled for this Friday.
  • Janice Scalzo – pray for good recovery and relief of pain following her recent major knee surgery

Continuing prayers:

  • Shirley May and Barbara Davis who are still recovering from the effects of Shingles
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

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


  • May 2 – 4 – RUMC’s Annual Garage Sale Extravaganza
  • May 5RUMC Annual BBQ
  • June 26 – CUC Picnic Potluck
  • Oct. 8 -10 – CUC 2019 Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 7 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament
  • Oct. 21-23, 2020 – CUC annual retreat at Winshape at Berry College



CUC Newsletter – April 19, 2019

Sunday, April 21, 2019

He Is Risen!

Easter Sunday

Note: There will be no Sunday School on Easter Sunday.

  • Sunrise Service – 6:30 – Chapel
  • Contemporary Worship Service- 9 am – Sanctuary
  • Chapel Roswell Modern Worship Service -10 am – Chapel
  • Traditional Worship Service -11 am – Sanctuary
  • Chapel Roswell Modern Worship Service -11:30 am – Chapel

CUC Attendance

Sunday, April 14
69 members

CUC Collection

Sunday April 14
$58


Golf Cart Drivers Needed!

Jacob Crane has emailed Jim Boswell and asked for Golf Cart Drivers every Sunday, but especially this Easter Sunday. If you feel led to volunteer this coming Easter Sunday, give Jim a call or email.


Wednesday Night Out

Last WNO Until August. Gather around the table once more for food and fellowship. This week’s menu is:

  • Stuffed Chicken Roulade with Herbed Cream Sauce
  • Vegetable Rice Pilaf, Honey Glazed Carrots
  • Fresh Yeast Roll, Salad Bar, Banana Pudding

RUMC Library Books

Stop by the Books to the People tables at Wednesday Night Out on April 24 and browse the selection of new library books available for checkout.

This is also a great time to return any overdue books or DVDs you have checked out. The RUMC library is located in the Parlor across from the Main Office in the Chapel building and has a large selection of books and DVDs.


Job Networking Garage Sale

rumc.com/garagesale

The Annual Garage Sale and Bake Sale benefiting Job Networking will be held May 2-4. Donated items can be dropped off at the trailer near the Fellowship Hall (building “E”) before and after worship services on Sunday April 28.

Pick-up is offered for large items April 28-May 1; contact: Ann Gordon. This is now officially a “Garage Sale,Bake Sale and Plant Sale”! If anyone has plants they would like to donate they would love to have them. For information or to volunteer: rumc.com/garagesale


More About the Garage Sale

Through the generosity of those who DONATE and those who BUY, job seekers enjoy a hot meal every time they attend Job Networking. Volunteers are needed to help with the sale and to donate “treasures. Please bring ladies clothes (on hangers) and other household items to the Fellowship Hall beginning Sunday, April 28.

We can also use your help Monday- Saturday, April 29 – May 4, sorting, setting up, selling, and as cashiers. Fun and easy 😊! You will join many other CUC members there. We can use you any day, anytime. Check rumc.com/garagesale or see Gale Davis, Mary Serafina, or Dee Scott.


Garage Sale Help Needed

If anyone is interested in helping in the Book Room for the Garage Sale let Dave Roberts know. Several long-time book-sorters and book- sellers will be missing this year!

Mary Serafina is coordinating the Bake Sale (which was highly profitable last year) at the Garage Sale. Please sign up to contribute your own favorite baked goods. Plan to bring in your baked goods on May 1 between 2 and 4 PM.


Box Tops and Flip Tops

Keep on bringing in those accumulated box tops and flip tops for Red Bird Missions and Ronald McDonald Houses!

Another batch of Box Tops has been sent off to Red Bird Missions and CUC has received a special Easter card from Red Bird.


Other Opportunities to Support Our Missions

Be sure to sign up with Publix and with Amazonsmile.com to support Murphy Harpst Children’s Home. How-to information is available in class.


Birthdays

  • Paul Beecham – Apr 22
  • Sister Backus – Apr 24
  • Larry Hunt – Apr 26
  • Dick Copeland – Apr 26

Anniversaries

  • =None=

  • Rose Lappe for a fast recovery following her surgery which is scheduled for next Friday, April 26th
  • Janice Scalzo for good recovery from her knee surgery
  • Claudia Phelps requests prayers for her friend Judy Parker who has liver disease and is trying to get qualified for transplant.

Continuing prayers:

  • Shirley May and Barbara Davis who are still recovering from the effects of Shingles
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

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


  • May 2 – 4 – RUMC’s Annual Garage Sale Extravaganza
  • June 26 – CUC Picnic Potluck
  • Oct. 8 -10 – CUC 2019 Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 7 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament
  • Oct. 21-23, 2020 – CUC annual retreat at Winshape at Berry College


CUC Newsletter – April 12, 2019

“Master, we have worked all night long but have caught nothing, yet, if you say so, I will let down the nets….they caught so many fish that their nets were beginning to break.”

Luke 5:5-6


Sunday, April 14, 2019

Change

Marion Brown, Associate Pastor – Missions and Outreach, will be presenting our lesson this Sunday. The title of her lesson is: “Change”. The scripture verses for the day are stories that will be discussed and connected which are found in Luke 5:1-11 and Luke 19:28-40. We are happy to have Marion back. She was with us in September of 2018. We look forward to her presentation this Sunday.

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Louise Booysen and Sharon & Bob Schnakenberg

CUC Attendance

Sunday, April 7
93 CUC members + 1 teacher = 94

CUC Collection

Sunday April 7
$91


Easter Sunday

Note: There will be no Sunday School on Easter Sunday.


CUC Chick-fil-A Tour

The Chick-fil-A tour is Monday, April 15th. We will meet at the church at noon and board the buses and leave at 12:15. Google says it will take us 59 minutes, which will leave time to get there, park and be ready for the tour which is SOLD OUT. Tour is 1:30 – 3:30.

  • remember to eat lunch prior to coming to the church
  • wear comfortable walking shoes
  • business casual attire

PLEASE, call or text Patricia Lanham if you are not going to be joining us for the tour. See you at noon!


CUC Communications Reminder

If you have something to be communicated to CUC members during the week or to be included in the CUC weekly newsletter, please send it to Sue Waite’s email address, not to the address that you receive the weekly CUC newsletter from. That address is mainly used to send the large number of emails to the whole CUC address list and is not checked for incoming messages on a regular basis and important messages are sometimes missed.


Hospitality Opportunity

If you missed the small meeting after CUC class last week, GOLF CART DRIVERS are needed to drive the 3 battery operated golf carts for 30 minute shifts on Sunday morning.

  • The times are 9:00 to 9:30, 10:00 to 10:30 and 12:00 to ~12:15
  • We are looking for at least 9 drivers each Sunday with “Big Smiles” to drive four (4) shifts over a one month period.
  • Routes will be defined and the opportunity to serve others will be unlimited.
  • Contact Jim Boswell if you would be willing to help with any aspect of this hospitality ministry of our church.

Lenten Luncheon

This Tuesdays, April 16, is the last time to join other RUMC members for a Lenten lunch in the Fellowship Hall at noon, followed by a message from Dr. Jeff Ross. No reservations are required: cost for lunch is $6.


RUMC Prayer Walk

Map

Mary Stokes spoke to the CUC Class this past Sunday, strongly encouraging members to set time apart to use all or part of the one-mile Prayer Walk which has been developed and upgraded on the RUMC campus. The stations start at the Magnolia and Mimosa corner parking lot and each one has a box which contains a prayer and supporting scriptures. The prayers for this period of Lent have been written by Dr. Harvey West.


Wednesday Night Out

Join us weekly from 4:45-6:30 p.m. for dinner in the Fellowship Hall. This week’s menu is:

  • Chicken and Mushroom Fettuccine Alfredo and Veggie Medley
  • Garlic Bread Sticks, Salad Bar, Soup Du Jour
  • Pineapple Cake

Job Networking Garage Sale

Website

The Annual Garage Sale and Bake Sale benefiting Job Networking will be held May 2-4. Donated items can be dropped off at the trailer near the Fellowship Hall (building “E”) before and after worship services on Sundays, April 14, and 28.

Pick-up is offered for large items April 28-May 1; contact: Ann Gordon. This is now officially a “Garage Sale-Bake Sale-and now a “Plant Sale”! If anyone has plants they would like to donate they would love to have them.

Volunteers are needed to help with the sale and to donate “treasures.” For information or to volunteer: rumc.com/garagesale.


Bake Sale at Garage Sale

Mary Serafina is coordinating the bake sale (which was highly profitable last year) at the Garage Sale. Please sign up to contribute your own favorite baked goods. Plan to bring in your baked goods on May 1 between 2 and 4 PM.


Homestretch Road Race

Thank you to the CUC members who have donated generously to support the Homestretch Church Challenge and volunteered to help at the “Run the River” last Saturday, April 6. There were at least 27 CUC volunteers working at the race early in the morning on April 6th.


Box Tops and Flip Tops

Keep on bringing in those accumulated box tops and flip tops for Red Bird Missions and Ronald McDonald Houses!


Birthdays

  • Bob Leckie – April 17
  • Bonnie White – April 17

Anniversaries

  • -*- None -*-

  • Barbara Davis – for continued improvement from a bad fall following eye surgery for effects of Shingles
  • Rose Lappe for a fast recovery following her surgery which is scheduled for April 26th
  • Janice Scalzo that her complicated knee surgery was a success and she soon will be back on her feet again and without pain
  • Brenda Burrell requests prayers for her family after her daughter’s brother-in-law in China was found murdered.

Continuing prayers

  • Shirley May who is still recovering from the effects of Shingles
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

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




CUC Newsletter – April 5, 2019

“Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will know what God wants you to do, and you will know how good and pleasing and perfect his will really is.”

Romans 12:2


Sunday, April 7, 2019

It is All About the AND

We are happy to welcome Rusty Gordon back as our teacher this Sunday. His lessons are interestingly titled and thought provokingly taught. The title of his lesson is: “It is all about the AND.” He will be using several scripture references – John 4:23-24, John 14:6, Romans 12:1-2, and Micah 6:6-8.

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Sister & Gannett Backus and Lesleigh & Jeff Coelho.

CUC Attendance

Sunday, March 31
89 members + 3 guests = 92 total

CUC Collection

Sunday March 31
$96


Get Ready for the Fun of Small Group Dinners!

This is a wonderful opportunity to get to know your CUC classmates at a more intimate gathering. The host provides the main course and wine if desired. Each guest will bring a portion of the meal.

The committee has matched up guests and hosts, and guests will be contacted shortly if not already. Nearly 100 people have signed up to participate.

Dinners will be held throughout the spring (April, May, June) as each group selects a date convenient to all. Questions? Comments? Contact Kris Taylor – or Mary Serafina).


CUC Chick-fil-A Tour

eat – mor- chikn

The Chick-fil-A tour is this coming Tuesday, April 16th. We will meet at the church at noon and board the buses and leave at 12:15. Google says it will take us 59 minutes, which will leave time to get there, park, and be ready for the tour which is SOLD OUT. Tour is 1:30 – 3:30.

  • remember to eat lunch prior to coming to the church
  • wear comfortable walking shoes
  • business casual attire

PLEASE, call or text Patricia Lanham if you are not going to be joining us for the tour. See you at noon



Brunch will be served following the worship services on Sunday, April 7, at 12:15 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall, Chapel building. Enjoy a full, hot brunch menu at $6 for adults and $4 for children 12 & under:

eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns, biscuits, and fresh fruit; orange juice, coffee, and iced tea.

Everyone is invited!


Hospitality Opportunity

You have the opportunity to play a role in hospitality management at RUMC……..

GOLF CART DRIVERS are needed to drive 30 minute shifts on Sunday morning.

The times are 9:00 to 9:30, 10:00 to 10:30 and 12:00 to 12:15……..

We are looking for drivers with “Big Smiles” to drive four (4) shifts over a one month period. Routes will be defined and the opportunity to serve others will be unlimited. Jim Boswell will be at CUC this Sunday to take your names and answer your questions. Thanks!


Homestretch Road Race

Thank you to the CUC members who have donated generously to support the Homestretch Church Challenge and have volunteered to help at the “Run the River” this Saturday, April 6.

Those who have pledged your financial support, please turn in your checks with the amount you have pledged on the clipboard which will be passed this Sunday. Make checks payable to RUMC with Homestretch Road Race on the memo line.


Easter Egg Hunt Basket

Responding to a request from Children’s ministry, CUC will be contributing a basket which was put together by Jeannie Ehlers and Sara Beecham for the Easter Egg Hunt.


Plan to join us on the remaining Tuesdays during Lent, through April 16, for lunch in the Fellowship Hall at noon, followed by a message from Dr. Jeff Ross. No reservations are required: cost for lunch is $6.


Wednesday Night Out

Join us weekly from 4:45-6:30 p.m. for dinner in the Fellowship Hall. This week’s menu is:

  • Beef Bourguignon, Buttermilk Smashed Potatoes, Roasted Garlic Butter Broccoli
  • Fresh Yeast Rolls, Soup du Jour
  • Pasta Caesar Salad,and Smores.

This week the Outreach Choir, part of the Sanctuary Choir, will entertain us with a few of the songs that they perform during the year with their visits to assisted living residences.


Job Networking Garage Sale

The Annual Garage Sale and Bake Sale benefiting Job Networking will be held May 2-4. Donated items can be dropped off at the trailer near the Fellowship Hall (building “E”) before and after worship services on Sundays, April 7, 14, and 28. Pick-up is offered for large items:
April 28 – May 1

Contact: Ann Gordon. Volunteers are needed to help with the sale and to donate “treasures.” For information or to volunteer: rumc.com/garagesale


Bake Sale at the Garge Sale

Mary Serafina is coordinating the bake sale (which was highly profitable last year) at the Garage Sale.

Please sign up to contribute your own favorite baked goods.


Keep on bringing in those accumulated box tops and flip tops for Red Bird Missions and Ronald McDonald Houses!

Birthdays

  • Nance Spence – April 9
  • Jeff Coelho – April 11
  • Martha Knight – April 12

Anniversaries

  • None

  • Barbara Davis – recuperating at home following a bad fall following eye surgery to correct effects of Shingles
  • Rose Lappe for surgery to go well this Friday
  • Janice Scalzo for successful knee surgery

Continuing prayers:

  • Shirley May who is still recovering from Shingles
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

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


  • April 6 – Run the River Homestretch Road Race
  • April 15 – Chick-Fil-A tour
  • May 2-4 – RUMC’s Annual Garage Sale Extravaganza
  • June 26 – CUC Picnic Potluck
  • Oct. 8-10 – CUC 2019 Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 14 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament
  • Oct. 21-23, 2020 – CUC annual retreat at Winshape at Berry College


CUC Newsletter – March 29, 2019

“Where you go I will go, and where you stay I will Stay. Your people will be my people and your God my God.”

Ruth 1:16


Sunday – March 31, 2019

The Story of Ruth

Our lesson this week will be brought by our own Tom Knight. The lesson title is “The Story of Ruth”, and is based on the book The Epic of Eden by Sandra Richter. The book of Ruth is short, so read the entire book in preparation for the lesson.


CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Linda & Tom Cantrell and Donna & Vince Grosse

CUC Attendance

Sunday, March 24
Guests 3 + Members 105 = total 108

CUC Collection

Sunday March 24
$244


Get Ready for the Fun of Small Group Dinners!

Small Group Dinners

Your Fellowship Committee is preparing for our springtime round of small group dinners. This is a wonderful opportunity to get to know your CUC classmates at a more intimate gathering. We encourage all, but especially our newest members, to take advantage of dining at a classmate’s home with 6 or 8 other CUCers.

The host provides the main course and wine if desired. Each guest will bring a portion of the meal. Easy peasy!

The committee will start matching up guests and hosts at the end of March. Dinners will be held throughout the spring (April, May, June) as each group selects a date convenient to all.Questions? Comments? Favorite recipes? Send all to Kris or Mary. (Kris Taylor or Mary Serafina).


CUC Refreshments Reminder

A note from Terry and Wanda Taylor – There have been many changes in the 2nd Quarter Refreshment calendar. Please check the CUC website – CUC Refreshments Provider Page to verify those persons that will be hosting with you. Any questions, please contact call Wanda.


Homestretch Road Race

Thank you to the CUC members who have donated generously to support the Homestretch Church Challenge. In preparation for the “Run the River”.

There is still time to donate. Homestretch Race on April 6 Tom Knight is looking for volunteers to assist with parking (at 6AM) and other duties. People are also needed for handing out t-shirts and registration both on Friday afternoon and at the race on Saturday. Please let Tom know if you can help.


Easter Egg Hunt Basket

Responding to a request from Children’s ministry, CUC will be contributing a basket for the Easter Egg Hunt.


Lenten Luncheons

Plan to join us on the remaining Tuesdays during Lent, through April 16, for lunch in the Fellowship Hall at noon, followed by a message from Dr. Jeff Ross. No reservations are required: cost for lunch is $6.


Job Networking Garage Sale

Mark your calendars and start collecting things you don’t anymore as you think about downsizing that might bring income to Job Networking at the annual garage sale which is being held at a new time this year. The dates are May 2-4 for the sale and of course a few days before that for volunteers.


Box Tops and Flip Tops

Keep on bringing in those accumulated box tops and flip tops for Red Bird Missions and Ronald McDonald Houses!


Birthdays

  • Nancy Wistrand – Mar 31
  • Pat Stamps – Apr 1
  • Tom Knight -Apr 1
  • Dave Roberts – Apr 4
  • Gannett Backus – Apr 4

Anniversaries

  • Pat & Ron Peterson – March 31, 1962- 57 years!

  • Barbara Davis – recuperating at home following a bad fall
  • Rose Lappe for further tests and surgery to go well and she will be back on her feet soon.
  • Janice Scalzo for relief of pain as she awaits knee surgery on April 5
  • George Waite on the loss of his sister Jean

Thanksgivings

  • Bob Schnakenberg – recovering well from recent pulmonary embolism

Best Wishes!

  • Peggy Rodway and Maurice (Mac) McNay are getting married on April 13th.

Continuing prayers:

  • Shirley May who is still recovering from Shingles
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

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


  • April 6 – Run the River Homestretch Road Race
  • April 15 – Chick-Fil-A tour
  • May 2-4 – RUMC’s Annual Garage Sale Extravaganza
  • June 26 – CUC Picnic Potluck
  • Oct. 8-10 – CUC 2019 Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 14 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament
  • Oct. 21-23, 2020 – CUC annual retreat at Winshape at Berry College


CUC Newsletter – March 22, 2019

But (Jesus’) mother told the servants, “Do whatever he tells you”.

John 2:5


Sunday, March 24, 2019

What a Servant Does First

Our lesson for this Sunday will be presented by Debbie Goodwin. We were blessed by Debbie’s teaching last November when her topic was: “Five Prayers That Changed My Life”. This Sunday her topic is: “What a Servant Does First”, based on the scripture passage, John 2:1-11. This is a great follow-up to Mark Goodwin’s lesson last week on “Are you a Volunteer or a Servant?”.

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Myra & Julian Belote and Beth & Bob Hamilton

CUC Attendance

Sunday, March 17
Members 88 + 1 new member = 89

CUC Collection

Sunday March 17
$85.00


Get Ready for the Fun of Small Group Dinners!

Your Fellowship Committee is preparing for our springtime round of small group dinners. This is a wonderful opportunity to get to know your CUC classmates at a more intimate gathering. We encourage all, but especially our newest members, to take advantage of dining at a classmate’s home with 6 or 8 other CUCers. Here are the details:

1) Sign-ups will be taken until March 24th. A clip board will be passed in class or you can let a committee member know by email that you would like to join in. (Kris Taylor or Mary Serafina).

2) Simply add your name(s) and mark the column “Host” if you would like to hold the dinner in your home.

3) The host provides the main course and wine if desired. Each guest will bring a portion of the meal. Easy peasy!

4) The committee will start matching up guests and hosts at the end of March. Dinners will be held throughout the spring (April, May, June) as each group selects a date convenient to all.

Questions? Comments? Favorite recipes? Send all to Kris or Mary.


Emergency Preparedness

There is now a First Aid Kit in the CUC closet equipped with everything from a bandaid to a devices for checking blood pressure and blood oxygen level.

In order to determine if what is needed is in the bag, there is a list of supplies included . With 18 CUC members receiving their certificates having taken a CPR course given by Teresa Dean recently CUC should be prepared for any emergency.


CUC Refreshments Reminder

A note from Terry and Wanda Taylor – There have been many changes in the 2nd Quarter Refreshment calendar. Please check the CUC website to verify those persons that will be hosting with you. Any questions, please call Wanda Taylor.


Homestretch Road Race

Thank you to the CUC members who have donated generously to support the Homestretch Church Challenge. In preparation for the “Run the River” Homestretch Race on April 6 Tom Knight is looking for volunteers to assist with parking (at 6AM) and other duties. Please let Tom know if you can help.


Thank you from Murphy Harpst

Murphy Harpst sent a letter to CUC expressing appreciation to CUC for a recent donation of $500 to support their program to get troubled children on the right path.


Lenten Luncheons

Plan to join us on the remaining Tuesdays during Lent, March 26 – April 16, for lunch in the Fellowship Hall at noon, followed by a message from Dr. Jeff Ross. No reservations are required: cost for lunch is $6.


Wednesday Night Out

Join us weekly from 4:45-6:30 p.m. for dinner in the Fellowship Hall. This week’s menu :

  • Stuffed Pork Loin with Rosemary Pork Jus,
  • Gouda Mac and Cheese, Sautéed Green Beans with Garlic Butter
  • Fresh Yeast Roll, Salad Bar, Chicken and Rice Soup
  • Apple Cobbler

Job Networking Garage Sale

Mark your calendars and start collecting things you don’t anymore as you think about downsizing that might bring income to Job Networking at the annual garage sale which is being held at a new time this year. The dates are May 2-4 for the sale and of course a few days before that for volunteers.


Box Tops and Flip Tops

Keep on bringing in those accumulated box tops and flip tops for Red Bird Missions and Ronald McDonald Houses!


Birthdays

  • Maureen Osborn – Mar 24
  • Nancy Wright – Mar 29

Anniversaries

  • Sue & George Waite – March 30, 1968 – 51 years

  • Lara Mittelholzer requests prayers for her husband George Mittelhholzer who suffered 2 grand mal seizures on Thursday, and also for her and her mother Pat Deaton

Thanksgivings

  • Larry Douglas had successful surgery for removal of benign parotid gland tumors
  • Bob Schnakenberg and Sharon cannot offer up enough THANK YOU tributes to our CUC Sunday School Class for your Love, Prayers and Best Wishes we received during this past week. It all began about 1:30 AM this past Monday Morning. Bob was experiencing numerous pains on his upper left arm and shoulder. Sharon said we are not going to handle this problem alone, so in about 10 minutes we were in an ambulance on our way to Well Star North Fulton hospital. They were ready for us and the treatment procedure began. Over the next three days we received excellent care and advice as to what our next few treatment days would be like. The plan the Hospital Doctors worked out was right on point. Receiving all the kinds of “Get Well Thoughts and your Love and Prayers points out how great it is to be a Member of CUC. Many Numerous Thank Yous !!!!!
  • Sue Waite also expresses thanksgiving for all the concerns expressed when she experienced chest pain, though after multiple tests in Urgent Care her heart is fine and she just needs to get her BP meds under control.

Continuing prayers:

  • Barbara Davis and Shirley May who are both recovering from Shingles
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

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

  • March 22-24 – Acting UP! “Arsenic and Old Lace”
  • April 6 – Run the River Homestretch Road Race
  • April 15 – Chick-Fil-A tour
  • May 2-4 – RUMC’s Annual Garage Sale Extravaganza
  • June 26 – CUC Picnic Potluck
  • Oct. 8-10 – CUC Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 14 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament



CUC Newsletter – March 15, 2019

“But among you, it should be quite different. Whoever wants to be a leader among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be the slave of all.

Mark 10 43-44


Sunday, March 17, 2019

Are You a Volunteer or a Servant?

Our teacher this Sunday is Mark Goodwin. Mark taught the class in September of last year and presented a thought provoking lesson titled “Identity Theft”.

The title of Mark’s lesson this week is: “Are You a Volunteer or a Servant?” Come hear the answer to that question. The scripture passage he is using is Mark 10:35-45.

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by Bettie & John Goss and Sandy & Bill Griffin

CUC Attendance

March 10
Teacher 1 + guests 3 + members 86 = Total 90

CUC Collection

March 10
$79


Get Ready for the Fun of Small Group Dinners!

Your CUC Fellowship Committee is preparing for our springtime round of small group dinners. This is a wonderful opportunity to get to know your CUC classmates at a more intimate gathering. We encourage all, but especially our newest members, to take advantage of dining at a classmate’s home with 6 or 8 other CUC’ers. Here are the details:

  1. Sign-ups will be taken until March 24th. A clip board will be passed in class or you can let a committee member know by email that you would like to join in. (Kris Taylor or Mary Serafina ).
  2. Simply add your name(s) and mark the column “Host” if you would like to hold the dinner in your home.
  3. The host provides the main course and wine if desired. Each guest will bring a portion of the meal. Easy peasy!
  4. The committee will start matching up guests and hosts at the end of March. Dinners will be held throughout the spring (April, May, June) as each group selects a date convenient to all.

First Aid Kit

In an effort to be prepared for any emergency there is now a First Aid Kit in the CUC closet equipped with everything from a bandaid to a devices for checking blood pressure and blood oxygen level. In order to determine if what is needed is in the bag, there is a list of supplies included .


Afternoon with Anita Renfroe

The Sounds of the Spirit Concert Series and RUMC Women’s Ministry present An Afternoon with Anita Renfroe on Sunday, March 17 at 3 p.m. This Christian comedienne, singer, and author will be sure to entertain with her unique brand of humor. Complimentary childcare is available. Tickets may be purchased in the Main office, Worship Arts office, or online at itickets.com.


Wednesday Night Out

Join us weekly from 4:45-6:30 p.m. for dinner in the Fellowship Hall. This week’s menu :

  • Chicken Parmesan, Spaghetti with Marinara
  • Herbed Vegetable Medley, Garlic Bread Sticks, Vegetable Soup
  • Featured Salad: Pasta Caesar
  • Caramelized Banana Cake

Job Networking Garage Sale

Mark your calendars and start collecting things you don’t anymore that might bring income to Job Networking at the annual garage sale which is being held at a new time this year. The dates are May 2-4 for the sale and of course a few days before that for volunteers.


Seniors Enriched Living

Registration has begun for the SEL spring session. Continuing education classes in finance, art, music, history, theology and more begin March 26 and are held every Tuesday and Thursday for eight weeks in the Dodson Youth Center. Information/registration: selroswellga.org or 770.587.3750


Box Tops and Flip Tops

Keep on bringing in those accumulated box tops and flip tops for Red Bird Missions and Ronald McDonald Houses!


Birthdays

  • Margie Avery – Mar 18
  • Virginia Thomason – Mar 20
  • Dave Hills – Mar 22

Anniversaries

  • Sharon & Bob Schnakenberg – March 23, 1968 – 51 years

  • Virginia Thomason – relief from back issues.

Continuing prayers:

  • Barbara Davis and Shirley May who are both recovering from Shingles
  • Pat (Mrs.) Cooney as she has chemo for multiple myeloma. Her condition has improved but she will need to continue chemo. Keep her and her husband Pat in your prayers.

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


  • March 22-24 – Acting UP! “Arsenic and Old Lace”
  • April 6 – Run the River Homestretch Road Race
  • April 15 – Chick-Fil-A tour
  • May 2-4 – RUMC’s Annual Garage Sale Extravaganza
  • Oct. 8-10 – CUC Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 14 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament


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