Fall Office Hours

Fall CUF Office Hours
Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 9 am to 3 pm
Steffi works from home office Thursdays 9 to 3 pm
(Phone calls to CUF are forwarded to her cell phone)
Ministers’ Office Hours
Wednesdays from 1:00 to 3:00 pm

CUF’s Path Ahead

CUF’s Path Ahead
 Coming UpFamilies with children will receive RE information for a regular 11:15 am in-person program throughout the month of September. Trustees and Deacons will meet Sunday, September 12 at 1:00 pm to decide fall plans for public CUF worship. 
“All Together!” Special Summer Campaign: Our fund-raising campaign had two parts. One in-person, for children in attendance to have space in the nursery and Sunday School. The other on-line, for part of our congregation to always be able to Zoom in from home. Worship includes all of us in all these spaces. This vision of togetherness was extra-successful! 
Covid19 and Public Health
Masking indoors is the new norm in Maine as elsewhere, in an effort to lower the Delta spike as fast as it has risen. Stay tuned to CDC guidelines. Philippians 2:4: “Let each of you look not only to your own interest, but also to the interests of others.”

Saturday, September 11th Drop-In Individual Worship at CUF


            Time for personal meditation, prayer, and silence in the CUF sanctuary.
            Come anytime 2:00-4:00 pm on Saturday. Bell tolled on the hour.  
Candles provided. Space to sit or kneel. Self-guided liturgy of silent prayer for 9/11 victims, Afghan refugees, veterans, and for people of all faiths. Please wear your mask indoors. If you would like to visit with Pastor Malcolm during these hours, please let him know what time you’ll be dropping in.

Coming up: Bible Study resumes

Bible Study resumes
for newcomers and longtimers!

In person starting September 23
Every Thursday at 4:00 pm in the Library
Host: Barbara Turner
We will look at the lectionary readings and ask ourselves:
What word or phrase stood out for us?
What is the meaning of this passage?
How does this intersect with our lives?
What is God asking us to do?

Per current CDC recommendations, everyone must be masked regardless of vaccination status. Please also sign in and out when you enter and leave.

September Benevolence

September Benevolence – Wabanaki Public Health 

Wabanaki Public Health and Wellness serves four federally recognized tribes: the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians, the Aroostook Band of Micmacs, the Passamaquoddy Tribe at Indian Township, the Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point, and the Penobscot Nation, including members living on and off-reservation across the State of Maine.

Please make checks payable to CUF with memo: “WPH”

To give online: https://opencuf.org/donate
Select Designated Benevolence in dropdown menu.

This month, on a national level, please learn more about the 
Equal Justice Initiative ending mass incarceration, challenging racial and economic injustice, protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable.

Seal the deal rally

More than 50 people, including Pastor Mariah, participated in a
“Seal the Deal” rally last Thursday in Brunswick. Mainers called on federal lawmakers to support the budget bill moving through Congress, arguing that the legislation represents a historic opportunity to make much-needed investments in climate, care and immigration reform. 
Read the full story here.