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CUC Newsletter – February 8, 2019

“So now I am giving you a new commandment: Love each other. Just as I have loved you, you should love each other. Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples.”

John 13:34-35

Sunday, February 10, 2019

A New Look At Christian Ethics

Our CUC lesson this week will be presented by Dr. Jim McCormick. Jim is one of our very favorite teachers and will be with us for two Sundays. His topic is “A New Look at Christian Ethics”.

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This Sunday they will be provided by LaVerne Lamb & Dick Anthony and Ann & Larry Douglas

CUC Attendance

Sunday, February 3
Members 93 + guests 1 + teacher 1 = Total 95

CUC Offering

Sunday, February 3

CUC Mardi Gras Party

The CUC Mardi Gras party, set for Thursday, February 28th, is proceeding well. We already have 59 members signed up for the dinner//potluck+/party!! We have room for 80 guests for the dinner, at the Bradshaw Farms Clubhouse, and are looking forward to more folks signing up.

We are targeting to have guests signed up by Sunday, Feb. 17th, so we know how many people to plan for at the dinner. It will be a fun evening!! $7.50/person covers the clubhouse rental, ingredients for the main entrees and two King Cakes.

The dinner party will run from 6:30 PM to about 9:30 PM. See you there! Contact Patsy Lanham if you do not get to sign up in class.

Murphy Harpst Mission Outreach

CUC is planning for our annual February birthday party at Murphy Harpst in Cedartown on Saturday, February 16. Let Betty Hunt know if you would go on that date to help with the party and/or to see what Murphy Harpst is all about.

CUC is collecting prizes for the party-goers. Pam Kramer at Murphy Harpst , when asked for suggestions of Bingo prizes, replied that those “that work best” are candy bars, drinks (Gatorade, teas, sodas), Ramen noodles, and decks of playing cards. Again on February 10 a basket will be passed to collect any cash donations to pay for party expenses. The committee appreciates any support the CUC Class provides for Murphy-Harpst Children’s Center.

CUC has received several heart-warming thank you notes/letters from the teenagers who received generous gift cards which were sent to Murphy Harpst paid for with CUC’s Christmas donations. These will be displayed on the bulletin board in CUC class.

Ladies Covenant Group

Many men and women in CUC belong to covenant groups which provide an opportunity for fellowship and study together in a small group. The group that meets on Wednesdays at 11:00 in the 3rd floor B building Conference room invites any interested women to join them. Their next meeting will be Wednesday, February 20. For questions contact Martha Thompson.

Help us Pack the Crate!

As part of this year’s Global Impact Celebration, we will be “Serving Side by Side” to pack and send another crate to the people of Venezuela through the agency Venezuela Now!

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. Please deliver to church by Monday, Feb. 25 to the Welcome Center, Sanctuary building, or the Main Office, Chapel building.

HomeStretch Peachtree Tea


About the time winter weather is ending, the Peachtree Tea festivities are a bright spot of hope for the families of Home Stretch. The event is on Tuesday, February 26 at 11:00 am at Country Club of the South.

The day features a champagne reception and silent auction followed by a wonderful luncheon. Individual and corporate sponsorship opportunities as well as ticket sales and the purchase of raffle items go to support the work of HomeStretch. CUC always has at least one table and we carpool from the church. For tickets contact Homestretch at Website or call 770-642-9185 ext. 120. Also inform Lynn Adcock who is arranging our CUC table(s).

Get Your Cans to Church

February is RUMC’s month to help fill the pantry at North Fulton Community Charities. List of current needs: or on bags in the Sanctuary lobbies. Please bring non-perishable items to church on Sundays or to the Main Office through Feb. 24

Wednesday Night Out

Join us weekly from 4:45-6:30 p.m. for dinner in the Fellowship Hall.

This week’s menu:

  • Rosemary Roasted Pork Loin with Herb Onion Gravy
  • Smashed New Potatoes with Buttermilk and Leeks
  • Herb Roasted Root Vegetables
  • Fresh Yeast Rolls, Broccoli and Cheddar Soup, AND Chocolate Cake

RUMC Travelers Club

RUMC Travelers Club will meet on Thursday, Feb. 14, at noon in the Fellowship Hall. Following lunch, the program will be provided by Chris Nelson, Executive Director of the Chattahoochee Nature Center in Roswell.

Lunch reservations must be made by Monday, Feb. 11 to Mary Hagerman: 770.993.9496. Information:

An Afternoon with Anita Renfroe

Tickets are on sale now for “An Afternoon with Anita Renfroe,” and would make a great Valentine’s Day gift! Anita is a Christian comedienne and author who became famous for “Momisms,” her comic rendition of everything a mother would typically say to her children in the course of a day, set to the “William Tell Overture.”

Advance tickets to the performance at 3 p.m. on March 17 are $20 for adults and $15 for students and seniors (65+) and may be purchased in the Main Office, Worship Arts office, or online at Information: Ann Moore, or 770.261.1719.

Arsenic and Old Lace

Acting UP! presents the zany dark comedy “Arsenic and Old Lace,” March 22-24.

  • Friday show at 6:30 p.m.
  • Saturday show at 5:30 p.m. includes dinner
  • Sunday show only at 4 p.m.

$15 for general admission/$30 reserved seat. $10 general admission/$25 reserved seat. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, Feb. 5, and may be purchased via the Box Office, Main Office, Worship Arts office, or online at

Box Tops and Flip Tops

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


  • Betty Robertson – Feb 11
  • Patrick Cooney – Feb 15


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CUC now has a prayer request basket at the door where you enter the classroom. These will be read at the microphone at the appropriate time. This is to help eliminate the problem of not being heard when the speaker requesting prayers is away from the microphone. Prayer requests can also be emailed to: Sara Beecham. For the weekly newsletter please send updates on any of our ill or recovering classmates to the editor: Sue Waite.


  • Rev. Harvey West – recovering from surgery for colon cancer – no chemo or radiation treatment required.

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.

  • Feb. 16 – Murphy Harpst birthday party
  • Tuesday, Feb. 26 – Homestretch Peachtree Tea
  • Feb. 28 – CUC Mardi Gras dinner party
  • Feb. 28 – March 3 – RUMC Global Impact Celebration
  • March 17 @ 3 pm – “An Afternoon with Anita Renfroe”
  • March 22-24 – Acting UP! “Arsenic and Old Lace”
  • April 6 – Run the River Homestretch Road Race
  • May 2-4 – RUMC’s Annual Garage Sale Extravaganza
  • Oct. 8-10 – CUC Retreat Amicalola Falls Lodge
  • Oct. 14 – RUMC Foundation Golf Tournament

CUC Newsletter – April 27, 2018



Then Peter, filled with the Holy Spirit, said to them: “Rulers and elders of the people! If we are being called to account today for an act of kindness shown to a cripple and are asked how he was healed, then know this, you and all the people of Israel: It is by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, whom you crucified but whom God raised from the dead, that this man stands before you healed. He is the stone you builders rejected, which has become the capstone. Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by which we may be saved.

Acts 4:8-12

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Anatomy of Peace

Our speaker this Sunday is Allan Kennedy, RUMC Lay Leader. His topic is “Anatomy of Peace”. We always enjoy Allan’s lessons.

Book: the Anatomy of Peace
What if conflicts at home, conflicts at work, and conflicts
in the world stem from the same root cause? What if we 
systematically misunderstand that cause? And what if, as a result, 
we systematically perpetuate the very problems we think 
we are trying to solve? Every day.

CUC Refreshments

We are thankful for our CUC refreshments each week. This week they will be provided by Bonnie White, Mary Kay Mills, and Betty & Larry Hunt

CUC Attendance

Sunday, April 22
79 members and 4 visitors for a total of 83

CUC Offering

Sunday, April 22

Believe Ministries Benefit

This year’s benefit will be May 10, 6:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall. The CUC Fellowship Committee is again making this one of CUC’s social events and will be coordinating our participation. The Bereans Sunday School Class has challenged CUC to a “participation” contest for this event. So, put this date on your calendar and be prepared to sign-up via a “Clip Board Passing”. We don’t want to come in “Second” to the Bereans!

An Evening of Music, Magic, Message and Merriment!
Believe Ministries Benefit Celebration
Your hosts, Jane and Greg Davidson have an amazing night planned:

Christian Illusionist Greg Davidson
World-renowned Magician LEVENT
A great Auction
Coffee & Delicious Desserts

Tickets are free; your donation that evening will support the Christian outreach of Believe Ministries.
Order tickets before May 4 by signing up on the clipboard in CUC class or contact
Jane Riley (Davidson), 770.587.1292 or e-mail
Your invitation:

4th Annual Church BBQ


This weekend is the final big push to get folks signed up for the May 6th noon to 1:30 churchwide BBQ on the Commons. If you have not signed up, please RSVP at the link

RUMC May Senior Trip-Mercedes Benz Stadium Tour

From Andrea Cummings: Join us for a tour of the Mercedes Benz Stadium on May 30th. Meeting in the parlor by 9:00 a.m., leaving by 9:15 a.m. We will have lunch at the Hudson Grille (

Tickets are $15 and lunch is on your own. Tickets have to be purchased in advance. As such, I will need payment for your ticket prior to the trip. Please register and pay online, if you can at Otherwise, please drop a check or cash off Monday-Thursday. Make checks payable to Roswell United Methodist Church. If you have any additional questions email or call, |770.261.1796.

RUMC Travelers Club


Looking to take more trips with the wonderful folks of RUMC? Check out these trips with the RUMC Travelers Club:

For more information, contact Cindy Hogan, Secretary, RUMC Travelers, | 404-735-3288.


Little Things Mean a Lot!

Please remember to keep collecting and bring to Sunday School your flip tops from cans for Ronald McDonald Houses and your box tops and labels for Redbird Missions.

  • Mary Serafina – who we heard had been taken ill and hospitalized earlier this week.
  • Roger Davis – at home and doing well after back surgery this past Wednesday
  • Patricia Cooney who fell at home and broke her wrist.
  • Pastor Andrew Bronson, wrongly imprisoned in Turkey, his wife and family, and for Terry and Wanda Taylor’s son Kent who is Andrew’s partner in ministry in Turkey.
Ongoing Prayer Requests
  • Mary Serafina asked that we continue to pray for her daughter Pam Pruit as she battles cancer. Pam feels your prayers and feels God’s hand on her life. She wrote a thank you note to CUC expressing her appreciation for our prayers.
  • Bob Davis for improved health

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.

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