|Mano en Mano, an organization in Milbridge that assists migrant farm workers, is looking for donations of warm men’s and women’s clothing, blankets and toiletries|
for wreath-makers Downeast.
Please drop off items at the CUF office
by Wednesday, October 27.
Tuesday, October 19th, 4:00 pm
in the Library (please note change in day!)
CUF Knitting Group on Zoom
Tuesday, October 19th, 5:00 pm (please note earlier time!)
Please call or email Steffi to receive Zoom link
if you are new to the group.
Ministers’ Office Hours
Wednesday, October 20th from 1:00 to 3:00 pm
Hybrid Worship – 10:00 amIn the Sanctuary and on Zoom
Zoom Link for WorshipMeeting ID: 832 3960 9709Passcode: 952776 Phone: +1 929 205 6099
Planning to attend worship in-person? Please wear a well-fitting mask (also available on site) and dress in layers since the Sanctuary windows will be open.
The Nursery will be staffed and open – starting this Sunday!Welcome to Alyssa Wentehart – a CUF Trustee and our wonderful Nursery care provider.
Due to scheduling conflicts with some participants, Bible Study has been moved to Tuesday at 4 pm in the library, starting Tuesday, Oct. 12
Members and friends of CUF each fall have a chance to make a difference in the life of
the church, by pledging their contribution for next year. Pledged gifts now help create the
CUF budget for the 2022 fiscal year. The Trustees will ask for pledge commitments this year
beginning Oct. 17. Please watch for information coming soon in your mail or email. Thank you!
A celebration of Bob’s life will be held
Saturday, October 9th at 12:30 pm
at Old Town City Park
Steffi says in the WIND: Many of us are still in shock
after Bob Gallant passed away October 1st, from
injuries he sustained in a car accident a few days
earlier. The hole in our heart is big and can’t be easily
filled. So much reminds us of the sweet man with the
big grin and the twinkle in his eyes. He was a regular
in the “halls” of CUF. So many small jobs he did
without making much ado…
I can’t even go out to the mailbox at CUF without
shedding a little tear. Last fall Bob moved the mailbox
from the CUF porch to its current home outside the
front door. Some days, when the office phone rings, I
expect to hear Bob’s voice–asking if there is enough
gray paint in the basement so he can paint the new
nursery window frame…
Bob and Ginny’s grieving granddaughter, Nicole,
created a Facebook page called “Be like Bob”. What
a great thought. The world would be a much better
place if everyone was a little bit more like Bob.
Rest in peace Bob! But I am sure there are things to
fix and paint where you dwell now.