Info Coffee in person this Sunday after worship

Are you interested in
joining CUF as a member?
Come to the Info Coffee
this Sunday, January 16th
after worship in the Gathering Place.
You will meet Pastor Mariah and members of the Deacons and Trustees. They can answer any questions you might have.
New members will be received on Sunday, January 23rd during worship.

Annual Meeting news

CUF Annual Meeting January 30th
CUF’s congregational celebration and meeting after worship. 
Please stay tuned for details of the
Annual Meeting “Cookie Miracle”!

CUF Transparent Budget Meeting January 23rd
Details coming soon!

The 2021 Annual Report will be available electronically 
before the Transparent Budget meeting
(let Steffi know if you need a paper copy).

If you have any fun CUF pictures from 2021 please upload them here for a slide show during worship on January 30th.

MLK Day panel

Monday, January 17th
MLK Day Panel: “The State of Civil Rights in Maine”
9:30-10:45 am on YouTube
Maine’s attorney general and four other individuals will address the topic “The State of Civil Rights in Maine” as part of eastern and central Maine’s 2022 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration.Visit for details on accessing the event on YouTube.Co-sponsored by the Greater Bangor Area Branch NAACP 
and the University of Maine Alumni Association.Malian Dana and Rachel Talbot Ross co-chair Maine’s Permanent Commission on the Status of Racial,
Indigenous and Maine Tribal Populations.

Save the date

Faith Linking in Action invites YOU to Our First Convening of 2022
Sunday, January 23, 1:30-3:30 P.M.
 Food Insecurity and Interfaith Alliances
 We will share the creative ways our faith communities are working to battle food insecurity and explore how our interfaith alliance strengthens and broadens our efforts!
 If we are able, this will be a live dessert, coffee, and sharing event held at the First United Methodist Church (703 Essex Street in Bangor). 
If not, we will meet via Zoom.